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About Land of Atlantis
Whereas the idea of a “new sound” might seem like wishful thinking to the modern day music connoisseur, that concept is exactly what keeps Land of Atlantis fans coming back for more. LOA tastefully mixes intricate, progressive song writing with simple hooks and melodies, all the while infusing a healthy dose of improvisation and virtuosity. With their open-minded approach to creating music, each member adds their own distinct flavor to the recipe. Guitarist Dan Rucinski and bassist Josh Hanchar keep it solid with their swanky grooves, yet embellish enough to make things unpredictable. Drummer Nemanja Djorovic and guitarist Nikola Djorovic use an intuition that only twin brothers can share to seamlessly link up and propel the music to new heights, while saxophonist Kevin Davidson blends it all together with his seductive melodies. LOA is known for having a very impressive live show that combines the bands energetic rhythm and harmony with a hypnotic light show for a full night of sensory overload..
Their debut EP”Ready for Takeoff” was recorded at the renowned I.V. Labs in Chicago. LOA works with organizations such as Live Nation, Jam Productions, Jambase, and Relix Magazine. The band has also had the pleasure to headline at The House of Blues in Chicago, and perform multiple times at venues such as Park West, The Double Door, Canopy Club, Martyrs, and the Alpine Valley Music Theaters VIP stage. Land of Atlantis is a legitimate new entrée on the worlds musical menu.
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