Hi! This is Jennifer from Impress Media. I’m working with Sinch, the band based in Philly. You should have received a copy of their upcoming CD, “Clearing The Channel” (Rock Ridge Music). As you can see below, the band has two performances at the end of the month, including a free in-store appearance at Trac Records on March 25th. I hope you’ll be able to run something about the band and these shows.
The band is available for interviews if you’d like to schedule something.
Please let me know what you think and if you need any more information.
Jennifer Levy Niederhoffer
For Immediate Release
PHILADELPHIA’S SINCH TO RELEASE NEW CD CLEARING THE CHANNEL
Band announces local in-store appearance and concert
On Tuesday, March 22, 2005, Rock Ridge Music will release Clearing the Channel, the new recording from Philadelphia-based hard rock group Sinch. The album deftly showcases the band’s passions, talents, and commitment to using technology to enhance the musical experience.
In celebration of the release of the CD, Sinch will appear at Trac Records (464 North Main Street, Doylestown) on Friday, March 25 at 7pm. The band will play an acoustic set and sign copies of Clearing the Channel. There will also be a ticket giveaway and complimentary food; this event is free and open to the public.
Sinch will also be performing at The North Star (27th & Poplar Street, Philadelphia) on Saturday, March 26 at 9pm. Tickets are $8 and the show is 21-and-up. At this concert, Sinch will be performing the music from Clearing the Channel and their previous recording, 2002’s Sinch.
Anchored in the Philadelphia suburbs, Sinch’s popularity has grown year after year. By taking chances mixed with equal doses of innovation, the Sinch boys have since been dubbed the “brothers of invention” by Philadelphia Weekly and continue to evolve their already intriguing live show with each and every performance. With Clearing The Channel, he five members of Sinch, Jamie Stem – vocals/acoustic guitar, Tony Lannutti – guitar/sound design, Mike Abramson – bass/Wurlitzer, Dan McFarland – drums/percussion, and Jay Smith – ocular noise machine, have created 11-tracks replete with haunting melodies, lashing riffs, and slicing lyrics; it’s a shining example of modern hard rock.
Friday, March 25, 2005
464 North Main Street, Doylestown
Free in-store performance
Saturday, March 26, 2005
The North Star
27th & Poplar Street, Philadelphia
For more information, including interviews, artwork, and review copies, contact:
Jennifer Levy Niederhoffer/Impress Media (917) 699-2939 [firstname.lastname@example.org]###