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Maria Mar’s Local Radar: Stelladeora—by Maria Mar, March 19, 2014
Wednesday, we meet again. Yes, it’s halfway to the end of the week, and really far away from Monday, but most importantly, it’s Local Radar Day! I mean, what day isn’t great that we can chat about local music? I’ve been experiencing some really cool new music lately from a ton of good bands, so keep up the good work and keep things fresh!
This week, I am going to talk about a band that has been around for a few years, but they are new to me. You may or may not already know them, but either way, I will be sure to fill you in! They go by the name of Stelladeora. What does it mean and where does it come from? I am not exactly sure; I just know I really dig their sound, they’ve got a cool image, and I want to learn more about them! They have talent, style, depth, and I am sure a whole lot more. So, let’s chat about how great they are, pat them on the back a little, give them some praise and put them in the spotlight where they belong.
Stelladeora describe themselves as a “punk/indie/rock/progressive” act from South Plainfield, NJ, with members Justina, Avi, Neil and Mike. First off, we have to talk about this genre categorization. It’s compiled with four very distinct and different genres, which can only mean one thing: It’s got something in there for everyone. Sometimes it’s hard to place bands into one category. In fact, when I usually ask that question, artists cringe at it. Why? Because a genre is a label. Just like we don’t like to be tagged in certain groups or have people assume that we are something, it’s the same with bands. In my opinion, it’s the best thing possible to keep it broad, like they are doing here. It also gives you the best chance to grab a listener who may not have “liked” you if you only named one style of music.
I found out about Stelladeora from Jersey Rock’s socials, which has been my main hub in discovering music these days, and believe it or not, it was a cover of theirs, not their original tunes, that immediately caught my attention. Ever hear of a little band called Paramore? Well, unless you’ve living under a rock for the past few years, I am sure you have. They recently covered the band’s latest single, “Still Into You,” in an unplugged way. Yes, you guys, I am into you! First of all, I am a fan of the song in its original format, for every time I hear it on the radio I turn it up. But to hear it stripped down and actually analyze the lyrics, with a completely different twist put on it, I fell in love with the song even more. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not getting it tattooed on me or anything along those lines, but it’s really neat. Justina has a great set of vocals that are very diverse in range and extremely powerful. I really think that she could sing “Three Blind Mice” and give me the chills. This song showcases her style completely, hitting every note perfectly. It’s not overdone or forced, and it’s almost as if the song was made for her to sing (sorry if you are reading this, Hayley Williams). They posted this track on their Facebook page, and whether you’re a fan of Paramore or not, I truly feel you will enjoy it. That being said, this song proves that there is a lot of depth to this group that you may not be expecting to hear just by checking out their website. They are a cookie-cutter example of a band that you want to explore from beginning to end.
Now, let’s focus on their original songs, for they aren’t a cover band. I started off with a track called “Magnetic Poetry,” which if it isn’t a single, it should be, as it has staying power. The chorus got stuck in my head and this song is probably the one I referred back to most when writing this article. Their sound is hauntingly dark yet very pretty at the same time, if that makes any sense at all. It has some very “rock and roll” moments thanks to those really nice guitar sounds.
I am also a fan of “My Mistake,” for I feel the lyrics can be very relatable to the listener in some situation or another. If you are an avid reader of the Radar, you know I am a fan of songs that I can place myself into on a personal level. I must admit, when I read their cited influences—which included Evanescence and Coheed & Cambria—I anticipated them being looped right into that active rock sound, which isn’t a bad thing at all! While they could easily open up a show for those artists, their sound is very intricate. The band’s most recent release, A Dosage From Delusional, contains a lot more depth, emotion and haunting sounds than has hit a “rock album” in a long time. It’s also fantastic that fans can stream the whole disc on their socials, so they can form an opinion and hopefully go see the band live after falling in love!
If you’re looking for an enchanting, melodic, meaningful ride through the musical parts of life, centered around a brilliant voice, Stelladeora is the band for you. They’re somewhat refreshing if you’re thirsty for something contrasting yet flattering with heavy guitar riffs and great beats. You can learn more about them athttps://www.facebook.com/Stelladeora, or on Twitter, their official website, and pretty much all over the internet. Again, there is a little something in this group for all to enjoy. Catch them live at a venue near you in the future, and hopefully we will bump into one another.
I will be back next week with another hot act; new, old, it doesn’t matter! Same place, same column, I will see you guys then! Keep supporting the local music scene!
Michael Molinaro’s (The SandPaper) STELLAR Review of Stelladeora’s High Energy Performance at Jersey Shorefest in LBI!
First and Foremost, THANK YOU EVERYONE for coming to support Stelladeora in LBI for the Hurricane Sandy First Responders Cause! It was great fun, great drinks, food, good times with friends, and we couldn’t have asked for better weather! It was a BEAUTIFUL day, thank you all times a million! Thank you Jonathan Carr for having us be a part of your day!
Also, HUGE Thank You Michael Molinaro at The SandPaper for the amazing and generously flattering review of our performance at Jersey Shorefest two weekends ago. We feel incredibly lucky to have been a part of such an amazing event for such a great cause. Here is his review of us, from the article:
“Finally as the sun began its descent, Stelladeora took the stage. They gave off a heavier sound but found ways to make the dark noise beautiful. It was also catchy, with each original song seeming to have at least one memorable line or hook. At times the band sounded similar to Paramore or Evanescence, which frontwoman Justina Carubia later cited as influences.
They got there the traditional way: sending their stuff in. And Jersey Shorefest organizers liked what they heard. Though a cover of Bruno Mars “Locked Out of Heaven” went over well, the real energy came during the band’s originals, their bodies getting lost in the light of the sunset like shadow puppets.
“When we got called back about this, we were so excited,” Carubia said. “We were kind of skeptical at first because we heard a lot of covers. We didn’t know if people would dig our original stuff, first of all, and second of all, it’s a lot heavier than what we’ve been hearing all day."
The band dedicated its song “Goodbye August” to those still “getting back on their feet” after Superstorm Sandy. “It really relates a lot to it. Playing this benefit, it couldn’t be more perfect to just dedicate it to that. It talks about summertime and the different phases of life, coming and going, one year passing. When one door closes, another door opens. So Sandy came and went. It sucks, but it’s not going to stop us from moving on to the next phase and rebuilding.” Check out their free digital download at stelladeora.bandcamp.com.”
— Michael Molinaro
To view the article in its entirety, and to read about the other performers of the day, please CLICK HERE!
Also check out Michael Molinaro’s June 20th Music Notes about Stelladeora, HERE!
Please stay tuned for pictures and videos from this event!
Thank You All Again!
Justina, Avi, Mike, & Neil
"Stelladeora is a Indie/Punk rock band hailing from NJ, with band members Justina Carubia as Vocals, Avi Patel on Rhythm Guitar, Neil Brown on Bass and Mike Lyon on Drums. The band has definitely proved themselves with the release of their last EP in late summer “A Dosage From Delusional“, I look forward to future EPs, and a Full album. This band was also a part of the Year Of The Beast Tour this past Summer.
You can check out Stelladeora’s Facebook at www.Facebook.com/Stelladeoraand their Official site at www.Stelladeora.com"
“I remember one year for Christmas when I was around 8 years old, they got me an old record player for Christmas, and gave me some of their vinyls. That was it for me… I would lock myself in my room and sing for days.”
popVLTR: What’s your hometown and where do you live today?
Justina: Our band was actually formed by Avi (guitar) and I around 2009, in our hometown of South Plainfield, NJ. We are still pretty based in our hometown, but when it came time to find other band members we branched out a little bit. We found Mike Lyon, our drummer on Craigslist and it just so happened that he lived in the next town over. Coincidentally enough, he actually lived right next door to my best friend that I grew up with. She lived there for years, and I never would of thought that I would be in a band with her next door neighbor who I didn’t even know existed. It really is a small world, and it’s really funny how things turn out sometimes! We found our bassist, Neil Brown, through someone I met on a musicians network on Facebook. He is actually a little more South Jersey than the rest of us. Mike ended up finding a house in a town between ours and Neil’s , so Parlin is kind of the middle ground for our whole band. We practice there every week.
popVLTR: What kind of music was played in your house when you were growing up? What influence did it have on what you play today?
Justina: Personally growing up, I listened to a lot of classic rock and 80s girl bands. My parents raised me on The Beatles, Eric Clapton, Fleetwood Mac, Paul Simon, Carly Simon, James Taylor, Pat Benatar, The Bangles, The Go Go’s, Joan Jett & Scandal. I remember one year for Christmas when I was around 8 years old, they got me an old record player for Christmas, and gave me some of their vinyls. That was it for me… I would lock myself in my room and sing for days. I went through really different phases with my interest in genres throughout the years. I went through pop music, christian rock, R&B, & ultimately acoustic pop rock with my own solo career for almost a decade. But it wasn’t until I met Avi, that I actually started writing Rock music with this edge that I have never been able to write on my own. It was refreshing and I loved it! We had met about a year prior to actually forming this band, and during that time (2008), we would sit around and jam to Paramore, Incubus, and Envy On the Coast songs. We really bonded over the Rock genre and eventually when Mike came into the picture, they got me more into progressive type bands like Coheed & Cambria, and Periphery, and we got Mike into Envy on the Coast. Mike also grew up being a diehard 311 fan, and you can tell in his drumming. Neil comes from a pretty big jazz background, and also grew up listening to a lot of industrial music like Nine Inch Nails and Ministry, so we really do have a little bit of everything in our sound. It’s awesome to be able to share our own individual influences with each other, and it’s cool watching them all come together and mesh into what is now Stelladeora.
popVLTR: What was it like the first time you performed on stage? Do you still feel the same way?
Justina: All of us in the band have been performing for a really long time prior to being in this band together. I, with my solo career and in and out of multiple bands, and Mike & Neil both had previous bands. I think the person in the band most green to the performing thing had to be Avi. He had some previous recording work under his belt. When him and I started writing songs together , we played some acoustic shows, but he had never played a live plugged in show before. I think the first time we played a show together as Stelladeora, with everyone plugged in, we all felt that we were all finally a part of something that had a tremendous amount of potential. Things have only gotten better from there. We have gotten a lot tighter as a band, we have learned a lot about pacing ourselves. We now play with in ear monitor systems, and more recently we started playing to a click track live, and eventually we added backing tracks to the mix. I think we are constantly trying to push ourselves out of being pigeonholed as just another local garage band who gets on a stage and just thrashes around on instruments for 45 minutes. We aim to get more and more professional with each show we play, and I think slowly but surely we are achieving that. It is a challenge, and it takes a lot of work. The learning process never ends, but we love playing live, and we love playing for the people who enjoy watching us play live!
popVLTR: What are some of your proudest moments in music so far?
Justina: In the short amount of time that we have been a band, only forming in 2009, I would say that our proudest moment would be recording a few songs shy of a full length album and releasing it on our own, without the help of any sort of label (A Dosage From Delusional produced by Mike Lisa, My Arcadia, BeAware). Music listeners take for granted most of the music they hear, and many don’t realize how many man hours, and changes, and little fixes, and crashing gear, and long treks to the studio in shitty weather, lugging your gear in the cold, snow, rain, wind, etc., It’s such a long process, and can be very frustrating and draining, doing take after take, for hours at a time. But once that final product is in your hands, it’s such a rewarding thing to be able to say, “WE did this”. Also Mike Lisa was great to work with, we learned a lot from him about the recording process, and we plan on taking what we learned from our experience working with him, and applying it to whatever future projects we may work on. We have also had some other accomplishments. Our first single “Magnetic Poetry” made it into the first season of a growing web series titled “Hollywood Girl” (www.youtube.com/user/HollywoodGirlTV ), we have been featured on some radio shows (103.9 WRCN’s The Real Radio Show, 90.5 The Night, Brookdale College Radio). We have also played some festivals around the Tri-state area, and have also played Six Flags Great Adventure Live & Local Stage, & last years ING Marathon in NYC.
popVLTR: What cool stuff is on the horizon for you?
Justina: We are currently working on recording some new material, just writing more, playing more shows. We are gearing up to do a new promo photo shoot, since Neil is the newest addition to the band having joined this past summer, we have yet to take some pics together of the band as a whole. Be on the lookout for new photos in the next month or so! Also during the making of our EP we filmed a documentary using the behind the scenes footage from the studio. We are looking to release that after the new year, and are planning to have a premiere party for it. We would really like to make it into some kind of Hurricane Sandy benefit, as we are from New Jersey, and many of the places where we spent our summers as kids, are now destroyed. It is so heartbreaking, so if there is anything we can do to help “Restore Our Shore” and help out the victims, then we will try to do it! Be on the lookout for an announcement on that event, but In the meantime, we have some trailers available on our youtube page where you can learn more about the meanings behind all of the songs and the process of writing/recording them which will be featured in our documentary.
Neil Brown (Bass)
Mike Lyon (Drums)
Justina Carubia (Vocals)
Avinash Patel (Guitar)
www.stelladeora.bandcamp.com << FREE DOWNLOAD
So excited to announce that we are on Pop Vulture Magazine’s Cover Stories for November! We will also be doing an interview with them this month and dish about all of the upcoming projects we have been working on, so keep your eyes peeled for that! We’re SO stoked!!
Also the bio that they used was written by our dear friend Vince Inciong.
A band with a female vocalist nowadays usually gets grouped into one of several comparisons, virtually all of which are lazy on a music listener’s part. You have your No Doubts (“She sounds like Gwen Stefani!”), your Paramores (“She sounds like “Hayley Williams!”), your occasional Tegan & Sara comparisons and your rare soulful Janis Joplin comparisons. Stelladeora’s vocalist does not sound like any of these things. Stelladeora, as a band, does not sound like any of these things.
That’s a good thing.
The first track on A Dosage From Delusional, “System Failure,” is an instrumental, and it sets a dark tone for the rest of the album. It leads right into the most straight forward punk song on the album. As a band, they are tight knit group – a slick rhythm section, a male screaming backing vocalist at parts, and harmony vocals on most all choruses. The guitar work stands out as a step above most up-and-coming pop/punk pretenders out there.
But not all of Stelladeora is gold. The songwriting gets far too typical at times, and that can make it unmemorable. As an artist, they are at their best when writing a song that fits one particular genre – and that’s shocking, because you would hope a music group would be best when they are being unique and distinctive. When Stelladeora is going into unchartered, they sound more like a female lead, punk rock Circa Survive or Tides of Man than the pop/punk they are on about half of Dosage. However, they are strongest when they are doing a heavier Paramore (gah, I just made that comparison), or a lighter Alexisonfire. Songs like the ska of “My Mistake” and the punk of “Magnetic Poetry” stand out most. When they try for a unique sound, it’s almost as though they are biting off more than they can chew.
Overall, A Dosage From Delusional is pretty good. All the members are talented, and I’d go see them if they were in my area. But it’s not a must have, and it’s oddly disappointing. Most bands are better doing their thing. Stelladeora, on this release, is at its best when it’s doing punk, or ska – or just some sound that isn’t particularly unique. I hope they figure it out in time, because the potential for something more is there.
by Dan Bogosian
The final New music checkout is a month old EP release by NJ locals Stelladeora called “A Dosage From Delusional”, the 9 song EP features songs such as “Magnetic Poetry”, “Aerborne” and my favorite “Free Will”. The band just recently started doing shows again, since a hiatus during the spring to finish this EP, the band did a special acoustic show in July at the Brighton Bar, NJ for the “Mini” Year Of The Beast Tour.
You will definitely love this EP, you can listen and buy the EP on their Bandcamp Page.
- Deborah Rosser
of The Alternative Beast
First and foremost, we want to thank each and every one of you who came out to our Crossroads show lastnight! We had a BLAST! Thanks to Maya’s Ruin & Ethos as well for putting on stellar performances! HUGE props to Neil Brown for kicking so much ass in playing his first show with us! He rocked the house! Now here our new article, as promised, on MusicPage.com’s BLOG!! Enjoy!
VIEW THIS ARTICLE ON THE MUSICPAGE.COM BLOG
“Featured Musicpage.com Artist for August”
As many of you have already noticed, we redesigned our home page which now features one of our artist members.
Each month, our team of talent scouts search for the best and brightest up and coming artists out there and invite them to set up a profile. The artist the scouts feel is the most promising will be the only one featured on our home page for the month.
Our inaugural artist, Stelladeora is a female fronted four piece rock-pop act out of New Jersey. There is a short interview of the band listed below.
“Guitar driven, epic sounding pop-rock tunes,” is how lead singer and red headed siren Justina Carubia describes her New Jersey based band, Stelladeora. The four foot eleven inch Carubia talks with the same energy that she brings to the stage when she showcases her impressive vocal range.
The four piece act was selected by Musicpage.com for its inaugural international talent scouting search. Each month, Musicpage talent scouts invite the best and brightest artists they can find to join the community. Unknown to the artists at the time, each one is scouted and evaluated to determine who has the potential to be the best of the best.
“We had no idea we were event being considered until Vinny (one of Musicpage’s talent scouts) called and told us last week!” said an excited Carubia.
That, according to Musicpage.com founder David Codr, is what makes Musicpage.com’s featured artist competition different.
“There are tons of artist contests out there,” explains Codr. “Most of them are based on the band getting their fans to vote for them or paying for access. But that’s not how the music industry finds new acts. Its not a lottery or something you can rig. Its based on talent and potential. Those are the factors our scouts look at. And that’s why we don’t tell the artists they are being considered until after its over.
Talent and potential are two words that immediately come to mind when listening to Stelladeora’s music. Carubia is an obvious talent with breathy vocals that float on top of the complex and arena ready music her band mates lay down. Avinash Patel handles the Guitars, Neil Brown on Bass and Mike Lyon rounds out the line up by beating the hell out of the Drums with his signature thump.
While the band has primarily played in the NY & NJ markets, they are starting to make waves beyond that footprint. Stelladeora’s song Magnetic Poetry has already been featured on the show Hollywood Girl with additional songs to be featured in future episodes.
“We have a few new songs in the can, and are working out a few more for our next release,” said Carubia. Last record we were more structured and while we liked the result, this time we are recording in a more casual pace. We want it less rushed and more organic.”
Promoters and talent buyers interested in booking the band for club and festival dates are directed to check out their Musicpage profile www.musicpage.com/stelladeora
Any artists who would like to be scouted should follow @Musicpagedotcom on Twitter and ask for a scout to get in touch.
We have been selected out of thousands of artists from all over the world, to be featured as Musicpage.com ’s Very First Featured Artist of the Month!! We are so excited to have even been considered! All artists please visit www.MusicPage.com and create your free profile now! Who knows, you could be the next featured artist of the month!
Please keep an eye out for upcoming interviews/press releases! :-)
In the meantime, check out our home page feature!
Thank you Mike Vomit for our awesome feature/interview on your blog!
INTERVIEW WITH STELLADEORA
Q: Can you explain the name of your band?
A: When brainstorming names for the band, we knew that we wanted something a bit feminine since we our a female fronted band, but we also wanted a unique one word name that stands out, right away. We found the name Stelladeora. The word comes from a rarely used alias of the Day Lily flower. Upon more research, we found that It also means Star of Gold. We really loved the meaning, so eventually we went with it.
Q: Who is in the band?
A: Justina Carubia (Vocals) , Avinash Patel (Guitar), Neil Brown (Bass), & Mike Lyon (Drums).
Q: Where are you from?
A: We are all from different towns in Central, New Jersey,
Q: How would you describe your sound?
A:Our sound definitely has some pop influence, but it also has a rock edge. I come from a singer/songwriter background, so writing pop hooks and melodies are what come naturally to me as a songwriter. Avi, our guitarist comes from a harder rock background, so he writes these really awesome guitar hooks and his rhythm is very percussive. Once the two of us joined forces , we started churning out these really awesome catchy , but in your face , powerful rock songs. I would also describe our sound as high energy!
Q: How long have you been playing?
A: We have been a band since 2009, but all of us in the band have been > doing music probably our whole lives!
Q: What sets you apart from other bands?
A: We are very one on one with all of our fans. It’s important to talk to your fans and get to know them. We respond to all the messages that we get on our twitter & facebook pages. Another thing is, I think we are extremely selective with the songs that we write. A lot of bands churn out EPs and singles like crazy just to get new material out. We really like to take our time to perfect the work that we present to our audience. Quality over quantity is our outlook, we want every single song to feel like it is our best. Also we started working on a concept to tie in with our music, that will be more evident in future albums! We want to draw our audience in more with a story.
Q: Can you name a few influences?
A: We draw from many different influences. As a vocalist I really admire Pat Benatar, Patty Smyth (Scandal), Ryan Hunter (Envy on the Coast) & Brandon Boyd (Incubus). Avi really admired the guitar styles of Michael Einziger (Incubus) while he was growing up. As a band and collaborators in creating our sound, we all draw from different bands such as Coheed & Cambria, Paramore, VersaEmerge, The Used, Periphery, No Doubt, 311, Radiohead, and again, Incubus & Envy on the Coast.
Q: So far what would be your greatest achievement?
A: Our greatest achievement so far, would be recording and releasing our first album as a band! Avi & I started writing these songs toward the end of the summer of 2009. These all started off as acoustic songs. To see them grow the way they have, as band members & producers came and left, Avi, Mike, and I still stuck by our project and made sure we saw it through to its completion. Sometimes we felt like we would never get this album out. Finishing up this EP on our own has forced us to become way more self sufficient as a band. That’s a very rewarding feeling!
Q: What are your favorite musical memories?
A: We played at Six Flags Great Adventure’s Live & Local Stage last summer, and afterward we got to ride all of the roller coasters together. It was probably the most fun we have ever had together as a band. Another one was watching Sam Oh lay down his cello tracks on “Goodbye August” in the studio. It was just a very emotional moment to watch everything all come together with live strings, it’s rare you get that luxury on a studio track.
Q: In two years where do you see Stelladeora?
A: Hopefully we will have established a large enough fan base to make a career out of music, and maybe another album or two :-)
Q: Any new material?
A: You can download our new digital album “A Dosage From Delusional” for FREE here: http://stelladeora.bandcamp.com/ Click Buy Now and enter $0 to DL for FREE or, you can name your price and donate however much you would like. All donations will go to getting physical copies of the album made. Everyone who has donated will get a signed CD sent to them!
Q: Where can we find the band?
A: We are EVERYWHERE!
Thank you to our friend Vince over at ICO MEDIA for doing this little write-up on our new album! Check it out!
Stelladeora: A Dosage From Delusional
By Vincent Inciong (music educator in Central Jersey)
Stelladeora makes their EP debut releasing the offering, “A Dosage From Delusional”. With heart pumping drums, solid rhythmic guitar work, melodic bass lines, and blistering vocals, the rock in this EP is far from a delusion but rather a reality check that the indie music scene in New Jersey is about to make a big impact.
Formed in South Plainfield, New Jersey by Justina Carubia (vocals) and Avinash Patel (guitar) in 2009, Stelladeora harnesses a heavy indie pop rock feel into each track. There is maturity in their music that can only be learned through passion, experience, and the hustle in the indie music scene. Every track has an aggressive, yet balanced, execution of melody, rhythm, harmonies, and skillful production – this album covers it all! Every emotion is captured and released from the heavy hitting, “Clockwork” to the classy, melodic, and texturally driven, “Goodbye August”.
Nothing was held back in this EP. Having gone through two different producers, and ultimately finishing the EP on their own, “A Dosage From Delusional” is a labor of hard knocks silver lined with love and hope. With a concept element in tact, tied together with an included original comic strip, the creativity and talent runs deep in this quartet.
The current line up of Justina Carubia (vocals), Avinash Patel (guitar), Neil Brown (bass), and Mike Lyon (drums) will be hitting the stage this August to promote “A Dosage From Delusional”.
“A Dosage From Delusional” is available fromwww.stelladeora.bandcamp.com for FREE download.
Here is the interview that we did a couple weeks ago with The Alt Beast. (The sound quality is a bit crazy, so we are workin on fixing that asap, and will re upload!) But here is the first draft of the interview for now!
-Justina and Avi
Also here are some of the outtakes that didn’t make the cut for those of you who are interested in hearing us bs about fun stuff around the indie scene!
CLICK FOR THE ALT BEAST STELLADEORA OUTTAKES
Justina, Avi, Mike, & DJ
So today Avi and I sat down with Deborah of The Alt Beast , local indie music blog ( Error Photography on Facebook) , and discussed many things about our band, for our upcoming interview video to be featured on the site !!
It was a very chilly, windy day, but it was a lot of fun, and nice to meet a new person just trying to help bands get their name out about their music! Any bands that would like to be considered as a feature on The Alt Beast, send Deborah and email at AlternativeBeast@gmail.com !!
We are not sure when the interview will be up on the site, but we will def embed the video on here, once it is out! In the meantime, check out the new trailer we put together to promote our upcoming release, featuring our original song “Relic".
EXTRA EXTRA READ ALL ABOUT IT !
We would like to thank Patricia Abbott/The South Plainfield Observer for doing a GREAT job covering our story on our appearance at The Real Radio Show LIVE in Times Square!
READ OUR ARTICLE HERE
Or to order a hard copy of our story, check out http://www.spobserver.com ! Look for the latest issue, February 4, 2011 Vol. 14, No. 22 at 60 cents a copy!
Also a quick thanks to Thomas Campanella for taking some snapshots of us at the show ( we will post those very soon) , as well as the photo he took for the paper story.
Justina, Avi, Ryan, & Russ
Stelladeora is a punk pop progressive band from Central New Jersey. They love long walks in the park and buffalo wings.
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