Who are Tenth Electric?
Tenth Electric offer a gritty blend of electronic rock, with catchy melodies, riffing guitars and a ferocious London sound akin to Muse, Royal Blood, and Audioslave.
Tenth Electric are an award winning electronic rock group from London, UK, who by combining modern synthesized sounds with classic rock riffs and catchy melodies, have created a unique and definite style. Their ferocious live sound is supported with well crafted songs, great vocals, and an ability to captivate audiences.
Having split from their bassist in favour of synthesized bass, the band has created a high energy and slick live set with Luke Mitchell (vocals), Max Honsinger (keys/backing vocals/bass synth), Mose Tronci (guitar) and Luigi Asquini (drums/backing vocals).
Tenth Electric have released 2 EP’s that demonstrate a clear progression from a pop/synthesized sound to a harder, rockier sound, with two singles – ‘Grenade’ and ‘Hell & High Water’ both released to critical acclaim. But beyond riffs and pop hooks, their lyrical content touches on a wide range of personal and social themes.
The band deliver a ferociously energetic live performance, and have played numerous high profile shows, including support slots for Squeeze, Scroobius Pip, and Toesland. Venues of note include sold out shows at Looe Music Festival, Kensington Roof Gardens, London’s Cargo, Proud Galleries, Dingwalls, the O2 Academy Islington and The Dublin Castle.
Tenth Electric are on tour promoting their 3rd EP ‘Burn’, which is out now, backed by their first single, ‘Lie to Me’ as played by Gary Crowley on BBC Introducing London.
Here is the first track from their EP – Lie to Me.
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“Forgive the line, but the pin has been pulled…” – Naonbot Reviews http://nanobotrock.com/singles/4154
“Imagine if the New Jersey Rocker (Bon Jovi) were to dive into a vat of Electro-rock that bores into your inner rhythm and explodes with well-balanced instrumental and synth fusion. Toss into the mix a driving, marching beat and you have Tenth Electric.”
“Its Spot on…” – Supajam
“The chorus is perfectly sing a long, and although there’s a deliberate tension in the lyrics, the effect is a lot of dark fun rather than something morbid.”
“…puts the band in a class with other genre elites like Muse or even Imagine Dragons” Metal Reviews
“…this is one band who might finally understand how to get electro rock right. With powerful riffs complimented by a striking synth line these guys are simply a lot of fun to listen to. Their punchy sound grabs my ears in a way that few (if any) other bands in their genre really can. A product of excellent songwriting and some quite clearly top notch musicians the way this band plays with dynamics is exciting and engaging.”