Digital Summer is a unmistakable five piece band originating from Phoenix, Arizona.
Made up of heavy/melodic guitars and raw emotional vocals, Digital Summer creates an edgy, powerful, yet soothing tone for a radio friendly world. Influenced by multiple music genres, Digital Summer is a rock band to the core, not a “trend” by any means. Digital Summer has made an impressive impact on the music scene with their professional songwriting ability, aggressively entertaining live show and seemingly endless promotional antics.
In under two years, Digital Summer has accomplished many things most people say cannot be done without a major label. Their first single “Whatever it Takes” has not only made it into regular rotation on several major market radio stations (98Kupd AZ, Rock1061 GA, Banana1015 MI…just to name a few), but was in the “Top 4 Most Requested Songs” for over six weeks straight on 98Kupd. “Whatever it Takes” is also one of the top requested songs currently in rotation on Sirius Satellite Octane 20. Aside from becoming the largest drawing unsigned rock band in Arizona (maybe the Southwest), they’ve also shared the stage with the likes of Alice in Chains, Godsmack, Deftones, Sevendust, Disturbed, Five Finger Death Punch, Theory of a Dead Man, Tantric and many more. Digital Summer has been featured in multiple publications and gained an enormous amount of press for their noticeably insane work ethic, including making the cover of the Phoenix New Times. The first music video by the group for their song ‘Rescue Me” not only features fire trucks, ambulances, and a helicopter; but has the look of a half million dollar major label video. While major label record deals and offers haven’t ceased from making their way to the band, Digital Summer has currently only chosen to sign a marketing agreement with Myspace Records thus far.
Digital Summer is not your “typical” rock band by a long shot. Regardless of their demanding professional lives outside of music as Firefighters, Paramedics and Teachers, they have managed to capture an unprecedented audience, stake claim in an unstable industry, and distribute over 100,000 copies of their original EP. All while selling thousands of copies of their self-released full length album “Cause and Effect”. With no end in sight for their success, Digital Summer is not merely looking to establish themselves in the music world, but REDEFINE how it’s done altogether.