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The Engine Atlantic
The Engine Atlantic formed at the tail end of 2010 between friends: dual singer/guitarists Zach Yingling and Jack McCarthy, drummer Joe Barbato, and bass player Mike McCabe. Hoping to bring a breath of fresh air to listeners, the Philadelphia based quartet combines an interesting blend of thought-provoking, introspective lyrics with catchy melodies and upbeat music. Drawing influence from both pop-punk and hardcore bands and adding their own unique elements and hooks, The Engine Atlantic hauled up in the studio and has been finishing up new material, which is to be released in the coming months. Humbly committed to the music they write, the band writes on their Facebook page that “We write what we feel. We hope that when you listen, you feel it too.” Check them out on Facebook.com/TheEngineAtlantic
Hello Friends and Fans, so you want to know our bio… Well, Bayshore Drive started when friends Chris Leonetti and Freed each recorded a song by themselves, Leonetti recorded “Different Ending” and Freed recorded “Rolling Tide”. After hearing each others songs they thought starting a band would be a great idea, and it was. After going through a few members on bass and drums. The original 3 piece line-up was set with Chris Leonetti on Guitar/Vocals, Matt McGovern on Bass and Freed on Drums/Vocals. Soon though the band realized it was pretty hard for the lead singer to also be the drummer and one guitar just wasn’t cutting it. Thats when fate stepped in one night at a local pub. Freed ran into an old friend, Ryan Barnes. The two started talking and the conversation quickly turned to music, as it often did between the two. Freed said his band was looking for another Guitar player and a Drummer. This worked out perfectly as Barnes played guitar and his cousin, Joe Moore, played Drums. Joe and Barnes had been working on songs together with their good friend Broham for the past 2 years but couldn’t find a Bassist or a Singer. This fateful meeting at the Richboro Pub couldn’t have worked out any better. The 2 newest members, Barnes and Moore, fit perfectly into Bayshore Drives Pop/Punk/Rock style, allowing Matt Freed to move out from behind the drum kit and become the front man he was meant to be. The line-up was now set, Freed on Lead Vocals and occassional percussion/guitar, Chris Leonetti on Guitar/Vocals, Matt McGovern on Bass/Vocals, Ryan Barnes Guitar/Backing Vocals(screams), and Joe Moore on Drums. The band just finished recording their 1st EP (So Much Nuts Stuff) at Skylight Studios with acclaimed producer Vince Ratti (Valencia, Circa Survive, Zolof the Rock and Roll Destroyer..) and things couldn’t be going any better. With high energy, high intensity live shows, a Rhythm section that any band would be jealous of, guitars that rock harder than Brett Micheals on all 3 seasons of rock of love, and mind melting vocal melodies and harmonies provided by Leonetti and Freed with help from McGovern. The future for B.S.D. is very bright, the band seems poised and ready to rock your socks off every chance they get.
* Santoro owns everyone, guests and Jonesy alike, by using his soundboard. He also retires his “seminars” for good this time. Or does he?
* Everyone may think The Stabcast doesn’t know Jack. . .but now they do. He plays guitar for the band Borderline Heros, and though he can’t spell, he talks to the guys.
* Are a Yahoo Search and two criminal accusations enough to keep Jonesy away from Sacred Grounds?
* Guitar player and vocalist for Philly band The Great American Soundtrack calls in to banter with the guys about nicknames, college life, and of course, music.
* The Stabcast is giving away 2 FREE iTunes Gift Cards this week! Listen to show #13 to find out how YOU can win!
- Santoro broke his CD player, so he gets Diana of Boy Girl Sleepover to sing for him.
- Philly hip hop artist Tony Two-Step calls in to talk about his unique sound.
- Jonesy manipulates Bruce from The Cool Kids Table into calling himself and some other people.
- Members of Jersey band Amora Bliss, Steve and Derek, as well as Derek’s mom, talk to the Stabcast about Chinese food and brownies.
•Santoro gets fired up as he describes how sex education should be presented to the younger generation.
•Jersey rock band The Fourth Avenue calls in. They are looking for a bass player!
•Jonesy continues to forget what “funny” sounds like, as he fails at staying on track while telling a story.
•This week, Pat from The Domino Theory redeems himself by actually calling in for the interview this time.