Voxhaul Broadcast

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Voxhaul Broadcast
Origin Los Angeles, California, United States
Genres Indie rock, alternative rock
Years active 2006 – 2012
Website Official website
Members David Denis
Anthony Aguiar
Phillip Munsey II
Kurt Allen

The now defunct Voxhaul Broadcast was a Silver Lake, Los Angeles based indie rock band formed in 2006. The band is composed of four childhood friends, David Denis (lead vocals and guitars), Anthony Aguiar (guitars and keyboards), Phil Munsey II (bass guitar), and Kurt Allen (drums).

History[edit]

Formation (2006 – 2007)[edit]

At the age of 13, David's family moved to San Clemente, CA., where he met bass player Phil Munsey II.

Drummer Kurt Allen and Anthony Aguiar grew up on the same street in San Clemente, CA. Denis met Allen while attending Shorecliff Middle School in San Clemente. Through middle and high school, all 4 band members were in and out of bands. During high school Aguiar and Allen started a band with Matt Vazquez of Delta Spirit. Post high school graduation, Allen moved to San Francisco to attend San Francisco State University.

Rotten Apples EP (2007 – 2009)[edit]

Voxhaul Broadcast's debut 8 Song EP Rotten Apples was recorded and mixed in one day in February 2007. Following the release, the band embarked on their first US tour co-headlining with Local Natives. They played Sundance Film Festival, Summerfest in Milwaukee, CMJ Music Marathon and SXSW.

Fact, Fiction and Turquoise EP (2009 – 2011)[edit]

The 5 Song ep was recorded at Elliott Smith's studio "New Monkey" in Van Nuys, CA. NME Radio play listed the track "Fact Or Fiction." The band were guests and performed live on KCRW's show Morning Becomes Eclectic. The band also performed for Daytrotter and the Silver Lake Jubilee.[1]

Timing Is Everything (2011 – 2012)[edit]

The 11 song album is a mix of recordings from the Rotten Apples EP and new recordings produced and mixed by Tom Biller. The band toured the entire US in the spring of 2011.

Appearances[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Daytrotter Voxhaul Broadcast". 
  2. ^ "Episode 314 Musical Performance: "You Are the Wilderness" by Voxhaul Broadcast". AMC. Retrieved March 20, 2013. 
  3. ^ "Track 4 - "Leaving on the 5th" by Voxhaul Broadcast". Retrieved October 21, 2015. 
  4. ^ "Track 5 - "If I run" by Voxhaul Broadcast". Retrieved October 21, 2015. 

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