Biografie

Apollo Sunshine was a 21st-century alternative rock band which originated in Boston, Massachusetts.

Sam Cohen, Jesse Gallagher, and Jeremy Black originally met in 1997 in Boston, where the three were attending a Berklee College of Music summer performance program. The band released their first album, Katonah, in 2003 on SpinART records. The album was recorded in Katonah, New York in a barn which the band converted into a studio, and produced by Andy Edelstein, a professor at Berklee. The first single, „I Was on the Moon“, was released in 2003.

The New York Times described their sound as „bouncy 60’s-style melodies crack wide open, breaking into outbursts of pummeling and feedback before jumping back into the tune. It’s all neatly and cleverly plotted, but with a looming chaos that’s anything but nostalgic.“

The band released their second album Apollo Sunshine in 2005. In November 2005, it was named to the Amazon.com Best of 2005: Editors’ Picks in Rock list at number 5 and the band was featured in Rolling Stone as an „Artist to Watch“.[3] Several Boston alternative weeklies declared Apollo Sunshine the best Boston band in their 2005 year-end issues.[citation needed]

Their third album, Shall Noise Upon, was released on vinyl and as a digital download on August 5, 2008. It was released on CD September 2, 2008.

The band has been inactive since 2010.

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