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A Utopian Skyline

A Utopian Skyline


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Aaron Miller- Vocals, Guitars
Thomas Hand- Bass, Vocals
Teague Quinn- Guitars
Brad Stackpole- Drums


Imagine yourself, for a moment, walking into a huge cathedral full of bright lights and glorious paintings of immaculate ideas telling the stories between heaven and hell. You look down at your feet and notice the floors patterns shifting underneath the shiny gloss. You look up at the ceiling and realize that its roof has risen off and the moon and stars and supernovas are all there with you on this psychedelic supernatural journey. Feelings of emotion sweep you away on this journey that you have no idea occurred until you realize that your music player had been playing 57 minutes of Adventure-Rock.

From the year 2005, A Utopian Skyline has been setting new standards for the original music scene in Central Pennsylvania in the studio and in the live experience. Mixing different genres and influences from jazz to indie rock to experimental to tech rock to psychedelic jam. Anything and Everything you can hear just about every band that you ever loved in this band. From melodic and driven choruses to syncopated rhythms, the music by itself puts you into another state of mind.
Brad Stackpole and Thomas Hand execute the unique cornerstone grooves that classify the band as one of tightest and tasteful rhythm sections to walk the face of the planet. Teague Quinn slays into the melodic driven leads and harmonies fashioning a 7 string. Meanwhile, guitarist and lead singer Aaron Miller sets the mood of the band with the machine-like pedal board and his somewhat Barrett style of soloing and experimentalism all while singing his bleeding heart out. All these things combined together with some improvisation and well rehearsed clockworks, you find yourself A Utopian Skyline.


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