A Different Engine | Radio On

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Radio On

by A Different Engine

Exploding beyond the pure guitar-driven post-punk-power-pop of the first release, this second album majorly expands the sonic palette to include burbling synths and hypnotic atmospherics, all underpinning what is again an utterly infectious set of songs.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Under the White-Hot Light
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2. Radio On
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3. Ask My Clementine
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4. Brittle Heart
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5. Relativity Baby
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6. Raise the Riot
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7. This Is Really Happening Now
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8. Laugh About It Sometime
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9. Lay It Down
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10. The Thing We Did Last Week
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
What to do when you start a punk band that somehow morphs into so much more? Just run with it—or at least that’s what A Different Engine has done with a sound that has unexpectedly exploded to encompass the expansive new album, Radio On.

The band’s 2018 debut, Situation Normal, was straight-on power-pop fun (Vintage Guitar magazine called it “The Clash meets Johnny Cash”, while The Edge magazine named it one of the northeast’s Albums of the Year). But as the band got down to crafting the follow up, the sonic landscape expanded to fit a much broader palette. While the theoretical mixtape had previously included the Replacements, Hüsker Dü, Green Day and the Hold Steady, now the likes of Death Cab for Cutie, the Shins, Radiohead, Spoon, Wilco, Arcade Fire, The War On Drugs, and even hints of anthemic rock ‘n’ roll mainstays like Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers and Bruce Springsteen were all there right alongside them on the playlist.

Yet, while Radio On displays a more layered and atmospheric band at work, it’s still entirely grounded in pop sensibilities—fueled by jagged guitar riffs and burbling synths, and propelled by incessant rhythms, all brewed up into fun, infectious, entirely original music that is, ultimately, not afraid to simply be called what it is: pop-rock. Lay it down, a wall of sound.

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