GLOW explodes into a gigantic widescreen tune after a delicate acoustic beginning, then dipping down into bass-driven sections that showcase soloist Nick Marino’s honest lyrics. The refrains are pierced by a soaring guitar lead until snare rolls mark the falsetto-laden bridge, which is followed by an acoustic guitar and Marino tenderly crooning the song’s last words. Monkeybite are the real deal, with influences ranging from Led Zeppelin and the Strokes to Motown and the Wu Tang Clan. Razor-sharp guitar riffs are combined with pulsating basslines and finely produced drums. Monkeybite is a riot in every sense of the word.
Adapting and growing into the best possible version of itself, like a culture in a petri dish. Monkeybite has arrived. You have been duped, come from the sprawl of Long Island. Misled. Misinformed. Rock and roll is alive and well. In fact, it’s the polar opposite. Monkeybite has been nurtured in the petri dish of rock and roll, far from the mainstream rock and roll that thrives just outside the festering rock and roll Sodom known as New York City. Monkeybite has been clamouring through garages, venues, and backyards across NYC, Long Island, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Pennsylvania.
Monkeybite are the real deal, with influences ranging from Led Zeppelin and the Strokes to Motown and the Wu Tang Clan. Razor-sharp guitar riffs are combined with pulsating basslines and finely produced drums. Monkeybite is a riot in every sense of the word. Classic rock, punk, indie, garage, funk, hip hop, and even jazz have all found their way into their musical DNA, resulting in something completely unique. Monkeybite appears prepared to take the next step, with a live act that feels like a stick of dynamite about to explode in your face and studio work that must be heard to be believed.
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