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More Happenings for NYC-based Avant-Garde Rockers Vinyette!

| 21 March 2013 | Reply


Los Angeles, CA: Vinyette’s debut album Every Little Mouse Run is set for release May 7, 2013. The band is also releasing its second single, “Twenty Dollar Doctor,” on April 2. The tune’s accompanying video will debut on April 13 at Spike Hill in Brooklyn, NY.

Vinyette is a four-piece band from New York City that features cinematic rock with grinding, groovy sounds. The band: drummer Jonathan Crowley, guitarist Danny Monico, lead singer Nathan Frye and bassist Jay Ambrose, met shortly after 9/11.

Every Little Mouse Run was recorded at One East Recording in New York City and was produced by John Reed, Founder of Ronin Guitars, and was mastered by Scott Hull (Sting, Bruce Springsteen, and Rage Against The Machine).

The first video, “Meatball Love Tone,” showcases the band’s talents for groove and grit. Melodic rock metaphors meet intense modern fusion and take you into Vinyette’s private world. Monico explains, “’Meatball Love Tone’ is the nice guy who’s too embarrassed to approach that pretty girl. The vibe of the song is playful and quirky, but with attitude.” Crowley adds, “The song is about changing patterns and inevitably breaking those chains.” Frye sums it up, “It’s a love song for every man who needs to come out of his shell.”

For more information on Vinyette, please visit:

“Nepotism” featuring CNN’s Candy Crowley:

“Meatball Love Tone” video”

Tour Dates:

3.29        Brooklyn, NY        The Paper Box

3.30        New York, NY        SPIN Galactic

4.10        New York, NY        Rockwood Music Hall

4.13        Brooklyn, NY        Spike Hill

5.2        Hollywood, CA        The Roxy

5.16 – 5.19        Montauk, NY        Montauk Music Festival

6.21  Brooklyn, NY        The Rock Shop

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