Tx/Rx(transmit & receive)
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"CD review"

Article Title: Transmit/Receive - Tx/Rx
Press quote: Hard to beleive from this electric live wire debut CD, that TR/RX haven't been signed to a major label.
Source: DJ Death
Published date: June 24 2006
Web link: http://djdeath.livejournal.com/36428.html

- DJ Death - online journal

"Disc and Demo review"

Article Title: DISC & DEMO REVIEW
Press quote:The muscianship of the band is outstanding
Source: Groundbreaking Entertainment Magazine
Published date: October-November 2006
- Groundbreaking Magazine

"Beat on the Streetz"

Article Title: Beat on the Streetz
Press quote: Tx/Rx could easily be played on the radio
Source:Streettrenz Magazine
Published date: October 2006
Web link:http://txrxmusic.com/article.pdf?v=p4nYamjbS9A

- Streettrenz Magazine


"Transmit & Receive" 2006 12 Tracks

"Lost in the Static" 2008 7 tracks



Tx/Rx has emerged from Atlanta as one the most exciting, original, song-oriented bands in the Southeast. The band has quickly drawn a following based off of their exciting live shows. In mid-2006 they decided to record a full-length cd on their own under the production talents of Joel Mullis and band member Lee Hendrickson. The result was the album Transmit/Receive. After listening to the album one critic said "hard to believe Tx/Rx hasn't been signed to a major label". Early 2010 the release of "The Indie Chronicles" will be forthcoming. It will be a 30 song release by musicians that well....simply love music.
Much of the success of Tx/Rx is musicians who have a song first approach. The vocal talents of Kevin Author are hard to compare. Some comparisons have been to Bono, Chris Cornell, Davey Havok, etc. The twin guitars of Chad Carter and Lee Hendrickson evoke comparisons to some of the finest guitar duos in rock history. Groundbreaking Magazine says "the guitar riffs you will unconsciously try to air guitar". The recent addition of rhythm section members Delly and Brett Clanton have solidified the lineup and allowed Tx/Rx to continue their collaborative writing process and made them ready for live performances wherever their travels may take them.
Tx/Rx has been on over 250+ FM radio stations as well as numerous internet radio broadcasts and many a podcast. Their music has even been featured on several MTV shows including the Real World. Electrobus Radio even has Transmit/Receive on their must own list. Some other internet radio stations include several Live365 stations. One of which called Good S**t Music the song ‘User Friendly made it to number seven on the charts. Other stations include Radio Free Cruze, Indiebandradio, etc.
2008 promises to be an exciting year. In April this motivated band released their new seven song EP and in October the band released a video for their single 'Disconnected'. Tx/Rx’s music is a must hear and even better their live show is a must see.