Stereo Sinai

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Stereo Sinai is the ‘Good Book’ like you’ve never heard it before.

Dubbed “biblegum pop,” the band’s signature sound is the heretical combination of ancient, holy tongues with blasphemous backbeats and synthesized pop melodies. If Gwen Stefani and Will.i.am had been on the mountain with Moses, they would have come down sounding a lot like Stereo Sinai.

The duo, made up of singer/songwriter Miriam Brosseau and producer Alan Jay Sufrin, was declared a “Favorite Band of 2009” on About.com. Artist development group Misery Loves Co. called them the “best new band in Chicago.” In fall of 2009, Stereo Sinai appeared on the Chicago indie music show “Errors Not Eliminated” and spoke on a Chicago Music Commission panel on musicians and social media.

Stereo Sinai has been featured in a wide variety of recording projects since its inception in 2008.  They contributed a track to the innovative “G-dcast” project, and,  alongside artists such as David Broza and musicians from the Klezmatics, recorded a track to benefit cancer research with the New York-based “Pioneers for a Cure” initiative.  Stereo Sinai represented Chicago at the International Jewish Music Festival in Amsterdam in 2008 and has been profiled by PresenTense magazine, Shemspeed.com, the Chicago Jewish News, and others.

Stereo Sinai has contributed several holiday tracks to MyJewishLearning.com, and is featured on “Eats Paste,” a children’s compilation from ToyBlock Music. (source)

Album “Biblegum Pop”  by Stereo Sinai

GenresWorld, Pop
Released
Dec 22, 2011 ℗ 2011 Stereo Sinai
Price
(iTunes): $9.90 (buy now)

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