Stereo Frontier Says The Best Artist Live in a Purely Musical Experience

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The music business may seem dead, but the music experience is always free.
Money is earned when the band plays live, not entirely on the sale of a song or album. Big labels will do well because of the marketing dollar spent on their artist, but the independent artist lives a purely musical experience. Indie artists make music into a lifestyle rather than trying to sing on song that they didn’t conceive. The lack of business structure in the music industry also empowers anyone to make music and be heard @stereofrontier

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Jacqueline Jax logo photoGETTING TO KNOW STEREO FRONTIER
by Jacqueline Jax host of A.V.A Live Radio

Brian Koceja

Stereo Frontier

The music business may seem dead, but the music experience is always free.
Money is earned when the band plays live, not entirely on the sale of a song or album. Big labels will do well because of the marketing dollar spent on their artist, but the independent artist lives a purely musical experience. Indie artists make music into a lifestyle rather than trying to sing on song that they didn’t conceive. The lack of business structure in the music industry also empowers anyone to make music and be heard.

The pro in music is sharing emotion through sound, the con is the noise.

The band wants to release the album as a cohesive collection of songs
in order to capture a story from start to finish. We don’t write songs to be released as a “singles” because it doesn’t capture the story we aim for.

Social media is great to be connected with your friend,
but it also can lead to information overload. We try not to spam our fans.

We don’t try to fit ourselves into a genre because
as soon as you label yourself, you are that label forever. We let the listener make the connection on the type of genre we play.

There is not a 13 question.

The struggle the band faces is survival.
5 members getting together to play music is not easy to set up. Each member needs to plan around the work day and their personal life in order to practice together. The triumph is the music we get to share when the 5 of us play a show. The release of emotion is raw and unpredictable which helps us create a “party like” atmosphere wherever we play.

We don’t play for anyone else but ourselves, those are our terms.

Paul McCartney would be the person I would like to meet. He has given his life to music.
I’m grateful for the songs gave to our society and to the children of tomorrow.

The idea of leaving a mark behind with music has always been fascinating
after hearing the great rock n rollers of the 60’s and 70’s. A listener’s emotion can be taken to another place by the sound of a guitar played 50 years ago. This throws me into the deep appreciation of music and the people that created it. Stereo Frontier started as an opportunity to share the appreciation among college friends in the summer of 2011. The style of the band is a mix of every member’s favorite artist which fuels the funky prog rock jams. The band is known for live performances because no song is ever played the same way.

The song along with the rest of the album was recorded over a span of 2 years.
Brian and Pat, the guitarists of the band, did all of the engineering, production, and mixing. The album was mastered by Justin Perkins of Mystery Room Mastering.

“From Here on Out” is the first on the album to draw the listener in with a slower laid back tempo.
We were very particular on the track order as the flow allows the listener to ride a wave of emotions. Each song is entirely different which allowed us maximize creativity during the writing process. The motto was “if it sounds good to keep it”.

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The band lives in Milwaukee, WI while traveling throughout Wisconsin
to share the passion for their art. The music scene is big, as Milwaukee is home to the world’s largest music festival “Summer fest”. Stereo Frontier was lucky enough to play that venue in 2014.

 

Social Media Links:

Website: http://www.stereofrontier.com/
Bandcamp: https://stereofrontier.bandcamp.com/releases
Sound Cloud: https://soundcloud.com/stereo-frontier
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/stereofrontier/
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/StereoFrontier
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Stereo-Frontier-121231934637354/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/stereofrontier