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Boston, Massachusetts, United States | SELF

Boston, Massachusetts, United States | SELF
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"Praise by Anne Verville"

Bilvox wrote and recorded a song as a companion piece to Eric Shapiro's Novella "It's Only Temporary". The song "Now a Days (It's Only Temporary)" appears on his album "Stranger in a Strange Land".

Anne Verville writes; "I read that It’s Only Temporary led to the formation of another creative work. The artist Bilvox, inspired by your work, recorded Now a Days, which I heard at I think it’s a haunting, exquisite song. " -


As solo Bilvox "A Stranger in a Strange Land" released 2005 & 2006 in some places. It has Online distribution around the world; from itunes to and beyond.
Late 2007 and early 2008 was spent recording and composing the score/original soundtrack for the independent film "Rule of Three".
In July 2008 the E.P. "Summer in the City" was released highlighting new songs, some favorites and some exclusive recordings made just for the E.P.
Now that the solo project has turned into a band we are planning to have the much anticipated follow-up album is set to be released independently in Winter of 2010. As we enter Fall we also enter the recording studio fresh off of playing many gigs throughout the Boston area. We plan to have a 5 songs EP to start promoting in the new year.



Bilvox & Modern Stereo are a four-piece indie pop/rock band from Boston that write short bursts of energetic indie/pop rock with some subtle quirks.
Upon the demise of his previous band, Bilvox Neidlinger (Vocals, Guitars) went solo for a few years and spent some time writing and growing musically. As a solo artist he released a full length album, a follow-up EP and then also scored an independent film. Finally he yearned to be back in a creative collective that is a band. So he jumped on the internet to find a group of like-minded folks. Soon Anthony Medel (Drums) joined ranks bringing to the group a great sense of humor and a fresh approach to music and rhythm.
Bryan Murphy then joined up bringing great musicality, energy and the brilliant groove of his bass.
After a few months rehearsing their material they played their first show in August 2009. Since then they have played various venues in Boston and NYC, Recorded an EP and are poised for so much more.
They take as inspiration the heart and drive of such acts as The Clash and U2, the rhythms of Joy Division, the innovation of the UK music scene to forge a sound that is catchy and accessible Indie Pop Rock that is uniquely their own.