Nationality : Ukranian
City : San Diego
Band : QUEL BORDEL!
Genres : Punk
Instruments : Guitar
Site : quel-bordel.com
Highlights''I love my Lag Tramontane guitar – the action and tone are fantastic, the feel is extraordinary likewise I enjoy the extra mobility allowed by the cutaway and the stylish tuning knobs... Not to mention the general aesthetic appeal – she is a real beauty and plays just as nice as she looks...
Jake Skolnick, The Plastic Revolution''
Fresh off the heals off an international tour with French sensation BandapArt-- The Plastic Revolution has had a busy few years. Hailing from San Diego, TPR (as they are affectionately called in their hometown) has been touring consistently since June 2011 to promote the release of their sophomore album Postmodern Medicine. Several regional, national, and international tours later the band is now back in San Diego and working on a new record -- slated for release in 2013. Over the last few years, the band has worked hard to maintain artistic integrity and be active in charity shows. In 2009 they became endorsed by Audix Microphones, Tsunami Cables, Spaun Drums, and Saints Row Custom Cases later by SIT Strings, Steve Clayton picks and accessories, WB Gear and Lag Guitars.
Likewise the band has maintained an active profile gigging ever since. Although coming from a So-Cal elecro-pop-punk background, TPR delivers a high energy rock show - enjoyable to all real music fans (as evidenced by their international touring schedule). Earlier this year TPR played a soldout show in Portland opening for Dilana (Rockstar Supernova) and headlined at UC Davis' Picnic Day on the East Quad (for over 5,000 people). Last summer TPR played an acoustic tour with 8 dates in France (playing such festivals as Festa'Zik in Les Aires w/ over 1,000 people, and playing with bands Mega Volts and Highway) and they just got back from a headlining tour with BandapArt. Their latest record just won independent album of the year from Ladylake music awards and is heating up with buzz from indie blogs all over.