"A stylish fusion of classic rock theatrics and grunge-inspired indie fuzz make up the audio experience that is Neil Harvey. Complete with a complex and captivating story-line, the song grows more and more fascinating as it progresses. Dashes of anthem-like togetherness flicker in and out of view, meanwhile the leading vocalist pours absolutely everything into the art of performance – a multi-layered, meandering melody-line suits the constantly evolving details and the growin
For starters, what bands were you guys a part of prior to After Death Plan? How long has the band been around? I’ve been in bands since the late 80s. Most notably Our Flesh Party, Salt Horse, and currently Earwig. After-Death Plan is an organic offshoot of Lesley’s music collaborative, Mal VU, from her time in Chicago in the 90s and oughts. We liked each other’s approach to songwriting so much that we made ourselves an official band somewhere around 2012. What’s the origin
Saturday, ADP dropped in at the Music In Motion Columbus international headquarters in Columbus, Ohio for some backchatter with Rick Gethin about our new album, Psycho Social Sexual, for Episode 88 of the Cat Club podcast. We last met with Rick in 2017 for Episode 3 to discuss the album Literature. The side-by-side aging photos are trending right now so here's one of us from both podcasts: As you can see, Rick's look has changed dramatically and Constantine is trying a new ha
Andy Downing of Columbus Alive graces ADP with a review and interview of the new album: http://www.columbusalive.com/entertainment/20190109/locals-after-death-plan Duo embraces creative friction, love of language on sophomore album On the After-Death Plan’s debut album, Literature, from 2017, the wife-husband duo of Lesley Ann Fogle and Constantine Hondroulis took inspiration solely from the written word, penning nine songs based on works of fiction. So coming into the follow
After-Death Plan's "Memory Remains" featured on Snowpocalypse Spotify Playlist About Lone Frequencies: Once upon a time, Jacob and James spent some time at a local internet radio station and while at this place, James suggested to Jacob the idea of creating a global radio show that caters to unsigned and independent music. A lot of show titles were thrown around and eventually, after a trip to the toilet, James returned (who went alone that is) with the name Lone Frequencies.
After-Death Plan's "Raygun" Featured on "The Fog That Surrounds Us" - Columbus Music Compilation Album Music In Motion Columbus is proud to release its first compilation album, The Fog That Surrounds Us. This 18-band compilation spans many genres and gives a glimpse into just how diverse the Columbus music scene is. With 18-tracks of wonderful music to discover, there is the added bonus of 9-tracks being new and/or unreleased material. The album is being released on the Gas