Chemistry is the premier synth-pop-rock tribute to the Decade of Decadence, the 80s. Yes, the whole decade - the Golden Age of big hair bands, synthesizers, parachute pants, Max Headroom and MTV. And for Chemistry, it's all about the MUSIC!
This high energy power-trio captures the essence of each song, reproducing them with the energy, feel and precision you'd expect from the original artists. Chemistry accurately brings back the totally tubular sounds of The Motels, Missing Persons, Duran Duran, Cutting Crew, Pat Benatar and many more that played on your Boombox back in the day!
We would love to bring our brand of music and fun to your venue ... prepare to hear some awesome 80s tunes that will bring us all back to a better time. Shoulder pads, Aqua Net and Day-Glo 80s attire optional, but highly recommended!
Contact us to today for booking information.
These are the first ten songs from our demo recordings. We approached recording these so that it sounds pretty much just as it would if you were standing in the room with us playing live. The intent wasn't to sound like a polished "studio recording", but we think the songs came out sounding great just the same. Enjoy!
Remember The Nights (originally recorded by The Motels)
Pleasure And Pain (originally recorded by Divinyls)
Self Control (originally recorded by Laura Branigan)
Treat Me Right (originally recorded by Pat Benatar)
Only The Lonely (originally recorded by The Motels)
Walking In LA (originally recorded by Missing Persons)
I've Been In Love Before (originally recorded by Cutting Crew)
Save A Prayer (originally recorded by Duran Duran)
Harden My Heart (originally recorded by Quarterflash)
Planet Earth (originally recorded by Duran Duran)
Lead & Background Vocals, Percussion and the Soulful Voice that Brings the Band to Life.
Acoustic & Electric Guitars, Bass Guitar, Keyboards, Background Vocals and Lots of Programming.
"Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, charm to sadness, and life to everything. It is the essence of order, and leads to all that is good, just and beautiful, of which it is the invisible, but nevertheless dazzling, passionate and eternal form."
~ Plato ~