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LOVE X STEREO

New EP 'Off The Grid' Released!

 
       

Genres: Alternative / Electronic

Location: Seoul, South Korea

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Members: ANNIE- vocals, TOBY- guitars, producer, SOL- bass, JEONG-KYEOM- drums

LOVE X STEREO is an electro rock band based in Seoul, Korea. LOVE X STEREO's music is authentic electronic music based in alternative and punk rock from the 90s. With its free use of synthesizing and effects, LOVE X STEREO's music is danceable.

With each of the members possessing more than a decade of experience under their belt, the sound testifies to all they have achieved to date. Its members are more sensitive to their sound than anyone else, and they focus on the "live quality" to the point of not making any music without this characteristic. People are watching with interest to see the next step taken by these consummate professionals, who handle all of their own composing, lyrics, and producing, as well as recording and mixing.

Despite the fact that many genres aside from K-pop are being completely excluded in the harsh environment of Korean music industry, its consistency in creating well-produced, visionary music continues to attract international attention.



Discography

1998~2011 - Performed as SKREW ATTACK, Korea's very first skate rock band
Dec. 2011. - Decision has made to change band name to LOVE X STEREO
(SKREW ATTACK still remains as Korea's punk rock band)
Dec. 2011 - Release of 1st EP album (digital album) "Buzzin'"
Jan. 2012 - Release of cover art for The Smashing Pumpkins' hit single "1979"
Mar. 2012 - Release of cover art for The Pixies' hit track "Wave Of Mutilation"
May. 2012 - Opening gig for Asobi Seksu (USA)
Jul. 2012 - Performed at 2012 Jisan Valley Rock Festival
Sep. 2012 - Performed at RockDo Festival
Oct. 2012 - Opening gig for The KDMS (UK)
Oct. 2012 - Performed at Zandari Festa
Nov. 2012 - EP album "Off The Grid" released
Dec. 2012 - Scheduled to perform at Jisan Ski Festival
Jan. 2013 - Japan tour scheduled