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The best kept secret in music

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"One Helluva Great Band"

Writing soaring guitar parts, The Bronze turns in a fantastic demo. Based in New York City and its crowded music scene, I wonder if they’ll be able to break out and showcase for some labels soon. With talented chops like this, they ought to be able to turn some heads. But it’s more of a matter of getting those first few big opening gigs that will allow industry insiders a glimpse of one helluva great band. The demo’s opener “Man Down” has a scary guitar solo part that’s over dubbed with wild Hendrix-esque noodlings and chord changes. They fit in well among the pop-rock crowd and most people wouldn’t even know that this band is as wet behind the ears as they are. Good luck fellows, you guys deserve a big break. - Smother.net


"Radio Rock with No Apologies"

Josh Chapman and Andy DiSimone make up New York's The Bronze, and that's impressive in itself: two men making the sound of four. DiSimone's vocals drive the sound, all awash in splashy cymbals and bent guitar notes. It's radio rock with no apologies. - South of Mainstream


"100% Rock and Roll"

New York City's Josh Chapman and Andy DiSimone are The Bronze. Their sound is 100% rock and roll. Great drums, solid guitars, and man oh man that voice! This stuff is radio ready. - MP34U.com


Discography

-Fragile Minds (Single - 2005) - currently streaming on AlloyRadio.com.
-To a Friend (Single - 2005) - currently streaming on MP34U.com.
-Saturday (Single - 2004) - currently streaming on Hellthy.com.
-Saturday (EP - 2004)

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Bio

Rising above the monotonous muck of hyper-stylized, snarky New York bands, The Bronze sport eclectic, innovative arrangements and a robust, emotional sound that's equal parts Jeff Buckley, Coldplay, Led Zeppelin and early 90s rock. All the more impressive, this no-BS band makes its powerful mark with only two men in its lineup: Andy DiSimone (formerly of superjuice) on lead vocals, guitar, keyboard and drums and Josh Chapman (an alum of Amazing Device) on guitar, bass and vocals.

The duo, who recorded their first EP entitled "Saturday" as part of a foursome in early 2004, have since redefined and refocused their sound, creating a new musical voice that rivals that of most contemporary major label rock ensembles. They're currently self-producing a follow-up EP in their East Williamsburg studio and playing select shows around Manhattan.

Keep your eyes out for The Bronze; these guys are ready to take the gold.