Brooklyn alt/indie band Stroamata release new single ‘Get You Good’

By on August 30, 2014

Stroamata Premieres their latest single “Get You Good” 
via Creem Magazine

RIYL: No Doubt, Sia, Paramore, Nine Inch Nails

As a self-defined “future rock” band, female-led indie, alt-rock band quartet strives to pioneer a style that  pushes the boundaries of rock ‘n roll, drawing on their, “penchant for industrial pop while embracing both subdued grooves and noisy climaxes” (For the Love of Punk). “Stroamata connects sentiments to curate the urgency of today’s now generation…The inner drive and kick inside is wrapped up in the hunger pangs of guitars… where the rush of desperation hangs between the high stakes and games of chance, opportunity or destitute straits of desolation” (IMPOSE Magazine).

 With backgrounds in music and performance ranging from self-taught to classical and theater to conservatory training, Stroamata translate their skills into an edgy sound.  Stroamata has been coming into their own and absorbing new vibes and inspirations since their start in 2008.  Originally backing MCs and performing as a triphop/psychedelic soul band in Boston, MA, Stroamata delved into writing original material with an indie rock edge when Dorothy (Dara) Eagle (lead vocals, rhythm guitar) joined Robert (Rob) Morrison (lead guitar, vocals), Akil Marshall (bass), and Alexander Markowitz (drums/backing vocals).

After releasing their EP The Phoenix in 2010,  the quartet made the move to New York in 2011, continuing to gig heavily at notable venues, such as The Bowery Electric (NY),  TT the Bear’s (Boston), and Church (Boston). Stroamata began releasing monthly singles starting in 2012, catching the attention of fans and press alike, receiving an  Honorable Mention on Adam’s World Blog for “Best Live Band 2013” and taking the title as Harpoon Brewery’s “Best Unfiltered Band.” The future holds an upward trajectory as Stroamata continues to innovate their sound and audiences revel in the band’s newest single, “Get You Good.”





Author: DaveHHM

Dave Luttrull: Owner/Editor in Chief of Hellhound Music. Star Wars nerd, Gamer, Destiny homer, blogger, writer and lover of all things music.