David Pataconi is a rising musician, producer and mixing engineer who debuted this year at Kingdom Come Festival in Indiana. The Arizona-based artist is poised to launch his sound into the world— an industrial electronic rock sonicscape that draws on everything from Depeche Mode to Demon Hunter.
“Enough” has a different tone compared to Matt Sassano's previous releases. The single portrays a vulnerability not usually displayed in the electro-pop/rock genre.
Before Pitfest 2020 in Marion, Indiana, artist and ROP contributor Matt Sassano sat down with The Midnight Wedding's Brandon and Caitlin Trlak to talk about their music, their mission– and their favorite movies.
It is no small feat to cover one of Skillet's biggest hits, "Monster." Matt Sassano successfully delivers his EDM flair to this gritty rock song by Skillet.
Following the announcement of the cancellation of their tour with Decyfer Down, Gold, Frankincense, and Myrrh has announced that they still plan to head out in Spring 2020 on a tour with As We Are and Matt Sassano.
Matt Sassano released his first full-length album, Transcend, in July of 2019. Once you start the album you realize that you are in for an eclectic musical experience. All of the tracks include a combination of pop, electronic/EDM, and a bit of rock thrown in there for good measure.
The previously reported tour featuring Decyfer Down and GFM has been cancelled, according to a post by Reach Out Music.
Reach Out Music has announced a tour for March and April of 2020 featuring Decyfer Down, GFM, As We Are, and Matt Sassano.