|Genres||Alt. Rock, Rock|
|Band Members||Rahn; John; Paul; Robin|
|# Years Experience Performing Live:||13|
|# Live Perfomances Past Six-months:||2|
|Market Draw:||Mid-Atlantic: 76-100|
|Venue History:||House of Blues - Atlantic City, NJ; Giants Stadium/Meadowlands - East Rutherford, NJ; The Ottobar - Baltimore, MD; Jamestown Savings Bank Ice Arena - Jamestown, NY; Sidebar - Baltimore, MD; Mojo 13 - willmington, DE; Elbo Room - Chicago, IL; UMBC - Baltimore, MD; Appalacian Brewing Company - Harrisburg, PA; The Playing Field - Richmond, VA; SXSW - Austin, TX; Cafe 939 @ Berklee - Boston, MA; Lebowskifest - Louisville, KY; Double Door - Chicago, IL; Local 506 - Chapel HIll , NC; Vaudeville Mews - Des Moines, IA; The 8x10 - Baltimore, MD; The Whiskey - Annapolis, MD; Armadillos - Annapolis, MD; The Frequency - Madison, WI; The Trash Bar - Brooklyn, NY; Angels Rock Bar - Baltimore, MD; Atlantic City Convention Center - Atlantic City, NJ|
|Opener Experience:||Clutch; Black Label Society; Ace Frehley; Rusted Root; Shadows Fall|
|Similar Artists:||Deftones; Hum; Jane's Addiction; TOOL; Pink Floyd; Incubus; Quicksand|
|Performing Rights Society:||BMI|
|Discography:||...soihadto... LP—2013; Salesman Of Salvation Single—2010; Adventure Stories (not based on fact?) LP—2010; The Alaska EP EP—2009; Live @The Ottobar LP—2007; The Basement Tapes LP—2005; The Last Resort EP EP—2003|
…soihadto…‘s self-titled full-length, is one of the band’s most uncompromising and ambitious releases, embodying the classic and utterly unique …soihadto… sound and pushing it into regions the band has never before explored. One big reason for that spirit of musical adventure is the record is essentially self-released (through the pfc records label). “We just felt completely free to do whatever we wanted to do,” says guitarist / vocalist Rahn Drewen. “It was really fun to make this record because we just felt this…freedom.”
Freedom can also arise from limitation, something Rahn knows well-as ever, he insisted on having few overdubs and edits on the album. “This album is human and honest,” he declares. “People have always commented that we sound like our albums live, and our recording approach has a lot to do with that. Humans playing music will always be better than a synchronized computer perfected product.
Besides Rahn the humans include drummer Robin Eckman, guitarist / vocalist John Smith and bassist Paul Rudolf.
We have a 4 Vocal, 2 guitar, bass and drum set-up with 2 direct boxes needed for a sampler and vocal processor.