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Electropop Band STEREOSPREAD Drops EP Exclusively on Fanattac
01-12-2013 | Music Releases
LOS ANGELES – Dynamic electropop duo STEREOSPREAD joins forces with Fanattac, the Internet's newest social music hub, to release exclusives and teasers for their highly-anticipated first album, The Heart & the Thief, releasing on January 9th, 2013.
STEREOSPREAD's dancepop-inspired six-song EP showcases their signature sound of thumping beats, ear-grabbing melodies, and soaring vocals, and will be available for purchase exclusively through Fanattac.
Leading up to the release, the band is working closely with Fanattac to release several exclusive songs and remixes on the platform and continue to build a community for their fans. The platform will be hosting multiple share-to-unlock promotions in which fans are encouraged to share a link via their social media channels to unlock a free download of a song.
Lead vocalist Sara Snyder says, "This has been an exciting partnership with a startup that has a true passion for indie music and artists."
STEREOSPREAD's mega remix of "Bring Me Back to Earth," a huge collaborative success with Department of Energy, is currently available for download via the share-to-unlock promotion.
V.P. of Artist/Business Relations at Fanattac Mark Mazzetti states, "Working with STEREOSPREAD to create exclusive content for Fanattac has been an amazing experience. The Department of Energy remix of 'Bring Me Back to Earth' is a killer dance track, and within the first hours of release of our 'share-to-unlock' promo it brought new fans to the band and to our platform."
James Hopkins and Sara Snyder of STEREOSPREAD hail from Asheville, NC. STEREOSPREAD is a Mojave Artist and endorsed by Propellerhead, Slate Digital, BBE Sound, Presonus, and 3rd Floor Sound. Expect to see more of them on the indie electronic circuit come 2013.
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