The Nate Mott Band was formed in Bristol Rhode Island in the spring of 2006.The group consists of four members; Nate Mott, lead vocals and guitar, Matt Rutler, guitar, Hoyt Hottel, drums and Evan Van Gorder, bass guitar. The Band is most commonly compared to the likes of Donavan Frankenreiter, Jason Mraz, and Sublime. Although, they clearly have their own progressive style always evolving for the current market.
The New Collisions
The New CollisionsBoston power-poppers New Collisions have been touring with ‘80s pop legends Blondie and the B-52s, quite appropriate given that the female-fronted band’s slightly punky brand of pop bears a clear debt to the guitar-driven end of the ‘80s new wave explosion. The band has been scoring some early praise with New York Magazine putting them in their top 10 of CMJ 2009 performances and features in Time Out New York, The Boston Globe, and URB.
New Collisions recorded their upcoming debut album, The Optimist, in a mere 10 days using a live setting to best capture the band’s energy. The album produced by Sean Slade and Paul Kolderie (the Pixies, Dinosaur Jr., Radiohead) will release in all formats on October 1. Today, we offer th...
Sully, Chris, Ben, Shauno, and Will have been together less than a year and already have headlining shows booked - they are the real deal and never disappoint a crowd.
His career began in the late 1980s as a drum and keyboard programmer at various Boston recording studios where teamed up with engineers and producers like Fred Danner, Bob St.John, Paul Hager, Tom Soares, and Chris Lannon. After signing on with Kathy Anaya of Lippman Entertainment in Los Angeles in 1994, He began attracting more high profile clients.
Anthony currently works with engineer Karyadi Sutedja at studio Bopnique Musique in an old textile mill just west of Boston. The 4,000-square-foot (370 m2) studio is chock full of vintage gear from the fifties, sixties and seventies, as well as high end modern recording gear.