The Mad Atoms Bring Funk To The Rock Show With Debut
With almost a dozen tracks, Mad Atoms’ self-titled debut encapsulates a heavy dose of the rock and roll spirit, funk intentions, and a California vibe that gives way to an undeniable listening experience for all.
From the press of play, Mad Atoms sets the bar high as “Undeniable” rocks it out right out of the gate while John Bragg’s vocals deliver a sultry, powerhouse performance. What’s great about this record is that it’s far from one note. One second you’re rocking out to one well-crafted original like “Fly” or “twenty4seven,” and the next you’re surprised by the sentimental ways of songs like “Madison Road” and “Perfect World.” That balance, along with the funk of songs like “Ready To Go!” allows audiences to never get bored when listening either on record or live. This well-crafted debut album explodes with energy and emotion from start to finish.
Jamming together since 2015, the fearsome foursome that makes up Mad Atoms have managed to build a solid foundation for themselves in the local SoCal music scene. They’ve spent the past five years headlining and opening for the likes of Gin Blossoms, John Waite, and Dishwalla. To date, they’ve played some of the hottest spots including The Canyon at The Rose. They had plans to add even more venues to their list with the release of ‘Mad Atoms’ in Spring 2020, but the current COVID-19 situation caused them to reschedule for a later date. Keep an eye out to see when they’ll be back on stage at places like The Mint LA. Always working on new music, these songwriting maestros are already tracking a 12-song follow up album to be released in late 2020.
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The Mad Atoms are proud to present their funktastic take on rock with their self-titled debut, out now everywhere music is sold and streamed.
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