Radio station: Listen to music by Aubrey
No scheduled events.
Current Status: Touring the Midwest promoting their new CD "Honey and the Shame"
Sound description: A unique blend of rock, pop, jazz and classical that produces a full and melodic sound.
Influences: The Beatles, Radiohead, Sigur Ros, Belle and Sebastian, Air, Coldplay, Richard D. James (Aphex Twin), Clinic, The Beach Boys
Similar to: Flaming Lips, Portishead, The Cardigans, Sigur Ros
|Honey and the Shame||2005||DeafCat|
|Alex Pierrelee||Bass guitar, Drums|
|Jon Ulasien||Drums, Guitar, Keyboard, Vocals|
|Paul Becker||Bass guitar, Guitar, Vocals|
|Robert Weinaug||Bass guitar, Cello, Piano, Synthesizers|
|Jaime Netzer||Keyboard, Percussion, Vocals|
|Jon Ulasien and Robert Weinaug talk about their reaction to a demo-judging panel they attended at a Tulsa music festival||midnight||August 10, 2005|
|Jon Ulasien talks about having his dad manage his band||12:02 a.m.||August 10, 2005|
|Jon Ulasien talks about inadvertantly ripping off other bands||12:02 a.m.||August 10, 2005|
|Jon Ulasien talks about why he rarely searches for new music||12:01 a.m.||August 10, 2005|
Aubrey's foundations go back to Quail Run Elementary School in Lawrence, KS, when founder Jon Ulasien met Robert Weinaug and each talked their parents into buying their first guitars. Since then Aubrey has had many iterations in names and members, but began to solidify in 2001 when Alex Pierrelee and Paul Becker were added.
Picked by Billboard Magazine as one of the top six independent bands in the Midwest, Aubrey debuted on to the national music scene as a featured act at the 2005 Independent Music World Series in Chicago's famous Elbo Room Since that time, Aubrey's Website, www.aubreyrock.com, has become buzz of activity as thousands web surfers from the seven continents including Antarctica have listened to and downloaded audio samples of the Aubrey's unique and accessible sound.
Radio airtime in several markets in the Midwest including the Chicagoland area is spurring Aubrey to plan and embark on a 2005 fall promotional tour for their new CD, Honey and the Shame.