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The Crash Moderns

"Every generation has its favorite pop flavored rock. The '60s had The Monkees, the '70s had Sweet, the '80s had The Cars, the '90s had Barenaked Ladies, and 2009 has The Crash Moderns...Absolute Punk"

The Crash Moderns, NYC's stand out Power Pop Rock quintet, have been touring the US Canada and Japan since the 2008 release of their highly anticipated debut full length record, "Goodnight Glamour, Good Morning Disaster".

In just a few short years The Crash Moderns have had the extreme pleasure of sharing the stage with some really great acts such as Bowling for Soup, American Hi-Fi, and The Ataris. The Crash Moderns also landed several sold-out dates with Geffen recording artists Lifehouse.

With a sound that is often described as pulling the best of the classic styles of timeless pop bands like The Cars, Elvis Costello and Cheap Trick, coupled with the energy of today's best modern rock acts, The Crash Moderns are winning over new music fans daily who are buzzing about their infectious melodies and undeniable hooks that stick in your head after just one listen!

2008 and 2009's constant touring schedule included stand out showcases at Austin's SXSW Music Festival as well as headlining a high profile show in front of thousands on South Padre Island for the Blender Sessions Spring Break 2008 concerts at the renowned Louie's Backyard. Cartel, Forever the Sickest Kids, and All Time Low were a few of the other bands on the event.

In spring 2009, The Crash Moderns first single, "Pimp My Life" was seen and heard across the US on television sets, as the trailer theme song for the 20th Century Fox movie, "The Rocker", starring Rainn Wilson.

Summer 2009 saw another great achievement as The Crash Moderns were given the incredible honor of traveling to Japan to play for our US troops stationed on the island of Okinawa. In August, TCM played an acoustic set with members of Fall Out Boy, Blink-182, and Panic at The Disco at FOB member Pete Wentz's NYC nightclub Angels & Kings. The Crash Moderns were voted one of the Top 12 best unsigned bands in the world in a contest sponsored by and fashion designer John Varvatos...and were later selected to perform at a fashion industry event at the John Varvatos Boutique located in the former CBGB's.

In November 2010, The Crash Moderns immediately began working on brand new songs as their follow up to "Goodnight Glamour". Currently the band is hard at work in the recording studio with producer/engineer Mike Lisa assistant to David Bendeth (Paramore, All Time Low, Mayday Parade). On February 15th, 2010 The Crash Moderns, excited to be in the studio gave a sold-out performance at NYC's Blender Theatre and gave fans free download cards for four new songs they had just recorded.

In 2010, The Crash Moderns are writing and recording a new full length CD...and are performing select dates off and on during the process. An extensive US tour will be launched to support the new cd upon it's release. On April 9th, The Crash Moderns taped a live television performance for [Bruce Springstein guitarist] Little Steven's Underground Garage. The Crash Moderns June 24th performance in Cleveland with Spill Canvas received great reviews from the Cleveland press, who stated, "It was hard to resist their energetic pull" and cited "an agreeable combination of catchy lyrics and lively stage presence, these guys really did "shake up the world tonight," as the name of their opening song stated". In similar fashion, The Crash Moderns received an enthusiastic and excited reception at The Nokia Theater in Times Square where they performed on July 28th with Level 42. On September 28th, The Crash Moderns will be performing at the World of Coca Cola in Atlanta. Click on the band's website links (on this page) to obtain more details.