Phase Theory is an original live electronic band where each member, unbound by genre, contributes musical and lyrical expression to communicate their combined life experiences into song.
To simplify: PT does it in a way so you can dance.
For that and their album, "Phased Out," the Los Angeles Music Awards gave them the title in November 2007, "Best Experimental Artist," exposing a new hybrid of electronic music.
Kirk Graham (SESAC) is the frontman and lead vocalist of Phase Theory. Kirk is a seasoned producer, programmer, composer and musician. He along with his former bands have performed on stage with Chemlab, Motley Crue, Nitzer Ebb, The Hunger, Oasis, Genitorturers, Information Society and more. For several years, he was a member of Bamboo Crisis.
Mixmaster Fritzi is Phase Theory's master of audio manipulation both live and in the studio, providing the unique ability to turn any of PT's music on its edge. He's also known as Asmodeus X’s frontman Paul Fredric and producer/ performer for Verdandi. He has toured the world in the past as a member of Morphine Angel.
Jonathan Kramm (SESAC) is a classically trained multi-instrumentalist & backup vocalist. Outside of PT, he performs with Verdandi (Tesco-Germany) and the live Drum & Bass / Electronica group Kat Jones Project. Jonathan is also a magazine columnist/Music Editor, writing in support of both indie and major artists across the U.S.
Jeremiah Saint, loved by all whom thou art dark, writes and performs all of Phase Theory's catchy hooks on his bass guitar. He's an established keyboard programmer for his own self titled project, several other bands and performs frequently with Regenerator.
Phase Theory has recently self-released their 3rd CD titled "Phased Out" on December 1, 2007. They have also released two CDs with Los Angeles based indie label Next Gen Records: Glamour Whore (Single, 2007) and Phase 0 (5-track EP, 2007). Our music is available for purchase through numerous online distribution channels including iTunes and Rhapsody, directly via PayPal and at all of our their shows.
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PHASE THEORY ALBUMS, etc:
Sounds Like:Depeche Mode and Nine Inch Nails with a modern Breakbeat element
Influences:Depeche Mode, Nine Inch Nails, Love and Rockets, Fluke, Underworld, Goldfrapp, Royksopp and many more 80's-90's Dance/Industrial...too many to name. WAX TRAX
Link 1: http://myspace.com/phasetheory
Link 2: http://sonicbids.com/phasetheory