California’s Newest EDM Craze Gets the Party Started with “Transferring Tick”
LOS ANGELES, CA – The West Coast has a new favorite in electronic music and their name is Electric Division. The group took the music industry by storm last year by releasing seven singles on Soundcloud that became a must in every electronic fan’s playlist. The songs received thousands of plays and downloads and left the fans wanting more in 2015.
The band came together and has just released their latest masterpiece entitled, “Transferring Tick”. Which is now Available as a Free Download on their Soundcloud (Link Below). The song is already a crowd favorite due to its unique blend of synths and keyboard with surprise mood changes throughout the track.
Another element of Electric Division that is causing a buzz in the music industry, is the amount of combined experience that the band members have accumulated. Lead vocal and guitarist, Dave Santonil has worked with, Stephen Perkins (Jane’s Addiction), Fred Durst, and his good friend Richard “Segal” Huredia, who is a Grammy Award winning engineer and has worked with a long list of mainstream names including Green Day, Dr. Dre, and Eminem. Dave also has done some song writing for RCA and Jive Records. The band’s drummer, Brian Sumwalt, is also well known in the industry from his former band who were direct openers for Sevendust, Karnivool, Queensryche, and Ozzy Osbourne.
“Transferring Tick” has been causing a big stir with indie electronic fans and has been seen in several music blogs. When asked for his thoughts of the bands recent success, vocalist Dave Santonil had this to say, “We want to thank our fans for their constant support though the years. We have always listened to your request for quality over quantity and we’re giving you just that. Stay tuned to our social media because we have a lot more in store for 2015!”
Electric Division have also announced that they are releasing a studio album this fall and are in talks for a national tour.
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