Ryan Karazija (2012)
|Origin||Oakland, California - Iceland|
|Genres||Indie rock - Dream pop|
|Associated acts||Audrye Sessions - Low Roar|
|Past members||Ryan Karazija - Vocals/Guitar|
Alicia Marie Campbell - Bass
Michael Knox - Guitar
James Leste - Drums
Audrye Sessions was founded in 2002 by singer Ryan Karazija who was later joined by Alicia Marie Campbell. Soon after Michael Knox joined the band through a Craigslist ad. They began playing coffeehouses in their hometown of Livermore, California.
In a San Francisco Chronicle profile, they have described themselves as having a "very Brit-rock feel like The Beatles meet Muse." The band has been compared to Muse, Coldplay, Oasis, Radiohead, and Verve.
In 2007 they won a spot on Live 105's BFD summer concert, and have played at San Francisco's Noise Pop and Austin's SXSW music festivals. Their final lineup consisted of Karazija and Campbell, as well as Michael Knox and James Leste. Musicians who previously performed and toured with Audrye Sessions include violinist Anton Patzner and drummer Alex Feldman.
Their music was featured in the television show Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew. In their first self-titled album, their song "Turn Me Off" was the most popular. In the summer of 2010, they released an EP called An Otherwise Perfect Day. On August 24, 2010, the band performed their final show in their hometown of Oakland.
Ryan Karazija subsequently relocated to Reykjavík, Iceland and started the new band Low Roar, releasing a self-titled album in 2011. A second album, 0 was released in 2014 by Tonequake Records, followed by Once in a Long, Long While in mid-2017. At E3 in 2016, "I'll Keep Coming" was used in a popular trailer for Death Stranding. Another song, " Easy Way Out" was used for an alternate version of the trailer shown at TGA 2016 
(Under Audrye Sessions)
- Audrye Sessions (2009), Black Seal
(Under Low Roar)
- Audrye Sessions EP (2008), Black Seal
- An Otherwise Perfect Day (2010), Tonequake
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