Raised on Tony Visconti-era David Bowie (as a teenager, drummer John Melville was even in a Detroit band that had four tracks produced by Mick Ronson) as well as Iggy Pop and Lou Reed, the Everyothers mix their influences into decidedly contemporary rock music that just happens to sound like it was produced in the '70s. The New York City-based group, made up of guitarist and vocalist Owen McCarthy, guitarist Joel B. Cannon, bassist Ben Toro, and Melville, honed their glammed-up arena rock style touring with bands like Longwave, the Damnwells and New Zealand's Two Lane Blacktop. In 2003, they released their self-titled debut on Hautlab. The record, heralded by the British press as the Strokes doing Ziggy Stardust, indeed takes the catchy rock grit of the Strokes, but plays it with more bombast, energy, and a flair for the dramatic. Three ...
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