Here’s another gem from 2am Club. They’ve been getting better and better. From their days of singing and trying a little too hard to rap (not in a bad way), they’ve been able to find a balance in their hip-hop/R&B style. “Mary” was a good step toward the group becoming more prominent, and now I think they’ve really been able to create their own distinct sound.
Last week we set out to meet the San Luis Obispo band named PK before their performance at The Roxy Theatre in Hollywood. PK is made up of Travis Hawley (Vocals), Matt DePauw (Guitar), Mikel Van Kranenburg (Bass), Nick Fotinakes (Guitar) and Rico Rodriguez (Drums).
We had a ton of fun meeting the guys from PK. Although their genres differ a bit, they remind me of the guys from 2Am Club. They’re young, play badass music, and their performances are pretty live.
They’re really down-to-earth guys. Rico was cool enough to talk to us after the interview and before the show. He also thanked us for not asking us about the “PK” moniker (just a note to other bloggers :])
Meet the band and check out some of their thoughts on playing in Hollywood, favorite bands, and musical influences.
It’s no coincidence these boys decided to drop a new track on V-Day. When you listen to 2AM Club, everyday feels like Valentine’s Day.”Love Notes” has that iconic 2AM Club feel that reminds you of making YouTube videos of only pictures of you and your then-girlfriend. This is that soundtrack to that “video.”
I reveal too much about myself sometimes.
2am Club, those college boys who are always up for a good time, are at it again with another new song. The other day they covered New Edition’s “Is This Love” and now they’re shot-calling all the “Hipster Girls.”
If you’ve followed 2am Club, this may sound a bit different, though they’re always bringing something edgy to each track.
Check after the jump for the video and support:
If there’s one pop hip-hop band that I would have to record a theme song of my life, it would be 2AM Club. 2AM Club’s catchy tunes, and lead-singer Marc’s voice make more an awesome track. Here’s a new track that Marc debut through the band’s Twitter.