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Digital Summer

Sold-Out show at the Venue of Scottsdale
Background information
Origin Phoenix, Arizona
Genres Hard rock, post-grunge
Years active 2006 - present
Associated acts Tragedy Machine
Website http://www.digitalsummer.net

Digital Summer is an American hard rock band from Phoenix, Arizona, formed in 2006. Digital Summer has finished working their second album called Counting the Hours which was released on February 25, 2010, but according to their Facebook page it has been pushed back to April 13, 2010 for in-store and digital releases for unknown reasons.

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Overview

In under 2 years, Digital Summer has made their name known within both the local Arizona scene and country wide. Their first single "Whatever it Takes" was in regular rotation in several major market radio stations including: 98KUPD Phoenix, AZ[1], Rock1061 in Savannah, GA, Banana1015 MI, and Octane 20 on Sirius Satellite Radio. In addition, "Whatever it Takes" was featured as one of the "Top 4 Songs of the Day" for over six weeks straight on 98KUPD.

Brothers Kyle and Ian Winterstein are also working on an experimental rock side project called "Tragedy Machine" since 2008.

Loosing Cooter as the drummer, leaves Digital Summer fans in shock, and in wonderance will the band ever be the same without such a talented man.

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Shows

Digital Summer has had the privilege of sharing the stage with artists such as Sevendust, Drowning Pool, The Flood, Alice In Chains, Godsmack, Deftones, Sevendust, Disturbed, Five Finger Death Punch, Theory of a Dead Man, Tantric (band), and more. Digital Summer has also participated in radio festivals such as 98KUPD's "End of Summer Scorcher" and 98KUPD's annual Easter Keg Hunt where they shared the stage with 10 Years.

Press

  • The week of May 8, 2008; Digital Summer was the featured cover story for the Phoenix New Times[2].
  • Digital Summer was interviewed in episode 12 of Indie Music Phoenix, a phoenix based TV show that focuses on up and coming artists in the Phoenix area, as well as main stream that come through the area.[3]

Label

Digital Summer is currently unsigned with a marketing agreement through MySpace Records[4].

Discography

Albums

EPs

Singles

Music Videos

  • "Rescue Me"

External links

References

Year Title Album
2008 "Whatever it Takes" Cause and Effect
"Suffocate"
2009 "Rescue Me" Hollow
"Use Me"

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