Boston Shakers, electronic rock band originally from the USA and France, is now based in the UK.
The band started when six friends with the same passion for music and drinks decided to blend the musical genres they had been listening to and playing for years with the night-life atmosphere and environment they were working in as bartenders.
The resulting songs combine the different ingredients and sounds that have influenced the members of the Shakers band, from the authenticity of Blues and the rawness of British Rock to the samples, drums and production techniques of Hip-Hop and Dance music.
Introducing the long awaited debut EP – Wasted. Download a copy today.
Electronic Rock Band – Boston Shakers
Radio Station Play: The previous demo has already been played multiple times on BBC Introducing. Many other radio stations across the UK, USA, Europe and Australia are also playing their songs.
They have now finally finished writing their first EP. Check it out today. With big MPC beats, wailing guitars and captivating raps served “on the rocks”, the Boston Shakers electronic rock band is a cocktail of good vibrations you won’t get enough of. Their very unique music style is already attracting a big following across all social media.
They have performed at several shows across the UK, including UV Night, several festivals and supports slots for bigger touring artistes. “An infusion of heavy beats mixed with fuzzy guitars, shaken with raps and garnished with a dash of white noise.”
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“Massive THANKS !!! to Dave Monks from BBC Radio Merseyside for giving our song OBLIVION its first ever radio play on his BBC Music Introducing show last Saturday night.”
You can also find this song on our Spotify page.
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