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"Clinton's Show - Dec. 14th"

Flat Planets have arrived! (At Clinton's at least!) And how....

A beautiful lilting wave of sound, the CD is definitely worth investing in for those with a more refined palate.

Anthony Giambrone (vox/keys)has become quite the performer on stage. He's up and about while he's singing, dancing in the instrumental parts and theatrically gesturing whilst playing the keys. Talented on all counts.

Enzo Suppa (drums) pleasantly surprised us by visiting the audience during a particularly long yet spectacular drumless piece. Despite coyly abandoning the stage, he kept the beat strong and steady throughout the show with his usual aplomb.

Sal Guzzo (guitar)had a killer pair of silver pants. WTF, Sal! How'd you find those?! Inquiring minds want to know. Oh, and yes, those pants matched the silvery trills of musical magic he sprinkled throughout.

Ian Tate (bass) kept us all groovy. Oh, yes.... groovy. (Girls like bass.) Ummm, I don't know Ian at all - so that's all I'm going to say before I embarrass myself further!

Look for their next show and other updates @
http://theflatplanets.com/


- www.themusicalrevolution.com


"Clinton's Show - Dec. 14th"

Flat Planets have arrived! (At Clinton's at least!) And how....

A beautiful lilting wave of sound, the CD is definitely worth investing in for those with a more refined palate.

Anthony Giambrone (vox/keys)has become quite the performer on stage. He's up and about while he's singing, dancing in the instrumental parts and theatrically gesturing whilst playing the keys. Talented on all counts.

Enzo Suppa (drums) pleasantly surprised us by visiting the audience during a particularly long yet spectacular drumless piece. Despite coyly abandoning the stage, he kept the beat strong and steady throughout the show with his usual aplomb.

Sal Guzzo (guitar)had a killer pair of silver pants. WTF, Sal! How'd you find those?! Inquiring minds want to know. Oh, and yes, those pants matched the silvery trills of musical magic he sprinkled throughout.

Ian Tate (bass) kept us all groovy. Oh, yes.... groovy. (Girls like bass.) Ummm, I don't know Ian at all - so that's all I'm going to say before I embarrass myself further!

Look for their next show and other updates @
http://theflatplanets.com/


- www.themusicalrevolution.com


Discography

LP - "in case of emergency" - 2007

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Up front, in your face, beautiful, sad, and hopeful. Listening to and watching The Flat Planets perform, you end up singing along, moving your head, staring in intrigue, and welcoming moments of rare introspection. What do you want? The Flat Planets are the four-piece musical embodiment of the human psyche. An overstatement? Perhaps. But if you listen... if you come to their shows... you're bound to experience a ride you won't soon forget.

The Flat Planets have brought their blend of sometimes playful, sometimes indignant original pop rock to almost every rock venue in Toronto since 2005. With incredible responses to their live performances, unrelenting musical growth and cohesion, recording an album was their only option.

Working with recording engineer Michael Laird, they put together an incredible journey that is in case of emergency, The Flat Planets' debut CD - released May 25, 2007 to a full house at Clinton's Tavern in Toronto.

Meanwhile the band continues to play and write, constantly developing their sound... finding the words, remembering the future, walking a little closer, and looking for the ever grander occasion.

Influences are as diverse as: Radiohead, Coldplay, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Tool, Parliament and Queen