Influential Singer/Songwriter and Session Musician Taking New Experimental Art Rock Project to Famed NYC Venue
New York, NY (July, 2016) — On Friday, July 29th, Shock Radar–the new project from New York Singer/Songwriter Lee J. Diamond, who has worked as a session musician for members of The Verve, Stabbing Westward, Rockethouse, Maroon 5, Small Black and The Slits–will take to the stage at NYC’s famed Lower East Side venue Mercury Lounge with special guests Off the Turnpike at 217 E Houston St, New York, NY!
The eccentric styling of Shock Radar’s ‘Post-Rock’ songs are fresh and unique. Born and raised in New York where he worked at several record stores until attending Boston’s Berklee College of Music on scholarship, and further studying art and journalism at New School University, Lee J Diamond has climbed his way to the top, simply doing what he does best- mixing and playing all styles from around the world.
Shock Radar currently features Richard Drouin on Drums and Rob Cina on Bass. They are regarded as one of the most intense and energetic live acts of the New York music scene.
“The magic of the compositions comes from the combination of different instruments including synths and guitars not to mention the quality of the singing – with delicacy and finesse.”
With an undeniably eclectic mix of sounds combined with an energetic live show, you won’t want to miss Shock Radar when they hit the stage at Mercury Lounge with Off the Turnpike on Friday, July 29th at 10:30PM!
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