Stereo 360

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Stereo 360 (or Stereo Three-Sixty) is a Los Angeles, California, band who play hook-heavy guitar power-pop. The quartet are led by Vancouver-born singer-songwriter Shad Hills. Their 2003 record Enjoy Your Life Poolside included the college radio hit "California", and the band won best rock song for the track at the 2004 Just Plain Folks Music Awards. [1] Pixies drummer David Lovering plays a cop/institution security guard in the 2004 video for "Superstar", a track that got a Video of the Year nod from the Music Video Production Association. Their 2003 song "Automatic" will feature in the upcoming music video game Guitar Rising.

Stereo 360 on TV[edit]

  • The WB's "One Tree Hill"
  • UPN's Rock Me Baby
  • Jerry Bruckheimer's short-lived Fox show "Skin"
  • In season 2 of MTV's "The Osbournes", son Jack's party tunes includes Stereo 360's "Automatic".
  • "Superstar" played during the premiere episode of "Real World/Road World Rules Challenge — Inferno".

Band members[edit]

  • Shad Hills — guitar, vocals
  • Luis Galdames — lead guitar
  • Trevor Zimmerman — bass guitar
  • Moon — drums

Discography[edit]

  • Vegas Machines (EP), 2001
  • Magic Lab Sessions (EP), 2001
  • Quadruple (demo EP), 2002
  • Enjoy your Life Poolside, 2003

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