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""Mushroom Cloud" 20 Songs You Should Download this Month"

"Mushroom Cloud" - Jangly garage rock from a New Jersey alt-rock weirdo, to get you humming about the imminent nuclear apocalypse. - Blender

"Supercreep, Supercreep"

You heard it here first. The soon-to-be-released self-titled debut album, Supercreep, will be a top album for 2006. Somehow, singer-songwriter Jody Delli Santi, a.k.a. Supercreep, has managed to cross over all the lines of rock's barriers. Take the first track "Mushroom Cloud" as an example. There are goth undertones, deft pop sensibilities, jazz piano, electric sampling, and thought-provoking indie lyrics. The intoxicating appeal of songs like "Time" and "One Day" will make Supercreep catch on like wildfire. - The Vail Trail

"Supercreep - Open Wide"

...Delli Santi recorded most of the instruments on the self-titled Supercreep CD. years of writing wer reduced to twelve songs that offer a sample of punchy pop, gritty musings, and smooth ballads. The album includes complimentary electronic elements, creating catchy and full songs that are coupled with raw and frank lyrics...Supercreep is on a serendipitous path to success; Delli Santi's plans fore the future include hitting the road and enlightening audiences with his own personal devils. He also has aspirations of tapping into films and scoring, but for now he simply wants to get his name out there. As a songwriter, well-versed musician, and producer, Delli Santi has the talent to carve out a career. - Amplifier


Also worth checking out - Supercreep. The combination of Jody Delli Santi's amazing voice and the dark pop melodies is kind of supercreep(sorry, couldn't resist) yet supercool. - Performing Songwriter




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Growing up in Wayne, New Jersey, JODY DELLI SANTI aka SUPERCREEP always knew that he wanted to make his musical mark in New York City. Prior to his move across the river to the Big Apple, Jody spent years studying music and music history.
That’s when three-time Grammy Award winning producer, Warren Riker, and the start-up label of one of the industry’s top managers, Pat Magnarella, joined forces to take on the talented songwriter and performer. With a team of supporters and believers, Jody found a platform in Pat’s Record Company to launch the self-titled debut album he had been living and breathing the previous two years in his parent’s basement in New Jersey. SUPERCREEP flourishes while breaking that generic mold of rock and pop that incessantly invades your weathered ears. It is not too late to save your ears from that over-worked standard. This is not just the future of rock or of pop, this is the fusion of many musical genres to create a potent mix that’s certainty cannot be denied. The record opens with the unapologetic rock anthem “Mushroom Cloud” that embodies the invincibility that comes with SUPERCREEP’s brazen attitude and disregard for the constrictions of societal “norms”. The momentum rolls into the infectious, guitar driven derivation “One Day” leaving no doubt that this is the future of modern and active rock. The mid-tempo “Fire Escapes” strikes to the heart of SUPERCREEP’s deft pop sensibility combining thought provoking lyrics with an emotive musical style that’s been missing in the contemporary musical landscape. Equally rewarding are the compulsive sing alongs, “Polite”, "Soft Summer Breakdown" and “Stereo”, stripping away all assumptions of where the CREEP is taking you. With musical influences as diverse as Neil Young, Aphex Twin, and The Clash, it is no wonder that his album is as varied as the themes discussed within.