Next up in Battle of the Bands Spotlights, we’ve got Noise on 93rd. Getting their start in a basement located in Queens Village, Noise on 93rd have honed a unique sound, taking inspiration from the very best of boundary-pushing '90s alternative rock, the melodies of indie pop, and the irresistible beats of hip hop to make something that’s all their own.
This distinctive sound is the result of collaboration and experimentation by four band members. Frontman and lyricist Nicholas Bethea delivers the scorching vocals, and the instrumentation is propelled by the guitar skills of Kevin Matharu and anchored by the drum hits of Luke Sedge, and the rhythm guitar and bass talents of Miguel Acevedo.
With influences as varied as the Deftones, Circa Survive, John Mayer, Incubus, Fall Out Boy, Avenged Sevenfold, and Van Halen, we know we’re in for a treat on the evening of July 14. The boys are always working on fresh material, and are gearing up to put out a new demo shortly. We can’t wait to see them put on an electric show at the Colden Auditorium!