ap quickie: teenage punk rock band radkey featured by the new york times
By Sound Check
March 19, 2013
Congrats to teenage punk rock band and Afropunk Festival alums Radkey for their feature in The New York Times.
“They play hard-driving rock and pop-punk, with intricate guitar and bass riffs.” (…) “The lead singer and guitarist, Dee Radke, 19, possesses a rich baritone and delivers the songs with conviction, while Isaiah plays bass and sings harmonies on most songs. Solomon, a slight 15-year-old, has a light but sure touch on the drums. They write songs about teenage angst, the racism they have felt and even their love of animé comics.”
Check out the full-length article about their appearance at the 2013 SXSW Festival here.
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