The Natural Shocks
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The Natural Shocks


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"The Natural Shocks - The Horseshoe"

An indie rock band with melodic tendencies that has more in common with Weezer and guitar-heavy Britpop, Jim DeLuca (formerly of The Ghost is Dancing), Jeff Geady and Andrew Bartle (Entire Cities) boasts a style that mixes raucous power-pop, fierce indie-jangle, floating over post-punk touches and catchy hooks. A musical dialogue intertwining a fluid bass workout, churning guitars, and turbocharged drumming, this trio (and occasional back-up singers) demonstrates a relentless ability to keep a rock groove alive. - Lonely Vagabond

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The Natural Shocks are a relatively new indie rock outfit out of Toronto. The band is comprised of Jim DeLuca (formerly of The Ghost is Dancing), Jeff Geady and Andrew Bartle (Entire Cities). Currently, they are working on new material and are looking for a 2011 release for their debut LP. The band was involved in our October Indie Machine night at Rancho Relaxo and let me tell you….they absolutely killed it on stage. Speaking of which, you can check them out December 18th at the El Mocambo. Their show is not to be missed!

On another note, the band will be live on The Indie Machine tomorrow night. They will be doing a 2-song acoustic set and interview. Tune in just after 6pm on Fusion Radio. For music and more info on The Natural Shocks, visit them on Myspace. - The iNDiE MACHiNE


Complete With Comfortable Lighting - Full length Album, released in 2011



The Natural Shocks, as a concept, came into existence several years ago: Jim worked at a new media company with Jeff, and they bonded over a mutual disdain for spirituality, and a mutual appreciation for science-fiction novels and imitation seafood. After exiting previous band The Ghost is Dancing and working through side-projects, Jim got serious about finishing his new material. Jeff signed on for the role of "bass player / long-suffering sidekick" and the inevitable Quest For Drums began.

Flash forward a year, and Andrew arrives in Toronto, still drunk and without a place to live. Through a series of fortunate events, he is recruited for the part of "steadfast cymbal-master". His virtuosity in practice lays the groundwork for their energetic writing and performances. Everyone is currently happy.