KQXR 100.3 The X Presents:
Otherwise & Red Line Chemistry
Fault Paradox, Karin Comes Killing
416 S. 9th Street
Boise, ID, 83702
Doors 7:00PM / Show 8:00PM
This event is all ages
They finally released their EP "Some Kind of Alchemy". The boys have found new fury in every facet of their rock n roll careers...their new, confident vision is contagious..keep your eyes and ears peeled for these boys..catch the broadcast... Dubbed the "1 unsigned act in America" by FOX News, and the "1 unsigned band in Las Vegas" by Xtreme Rock Radio 107.5, OTHERWISE have a very bright future ahead of them.
Red Line Chemistry
Red Line Chemistry is simply on the verge of widespread awareness. Few bands can boast to having performed in front of tens of thousands in a single gig while remaining unsigned, much less enjoying the experience multiple times. In the short life-span of the quintet, their notoriety has crossed the borders of Missouri and Kansas, entering Indiana, Minnesota, Oklahoma and neighboring states. The smoke is starting to spread, and the fire will soon follow.
Outside of back-to-back years as a featured attraction on KQRC 98.9 The Rock's annual event for 50,000 rock fans, Red Line Chemistry has shared the stage with Stone Temple Pilots, Seether, Puddle of Mudd, Saving Abel, Chevelle, Shinedown, Sevendust, Saliva and others.
Red Line Chemistry is putting the finishing touches on their upcoming release titled DYING FOR A LIVING. Guitarist Andy Breit shares, "We spent eight months working on this repertoire, wanting to deliver a big rock record that crushes the listener. The first single "Dumb Luck," is about breaking away from the status quo, and following a different road. In our case, every band is local somewhere, and our moment to make a move is now."
The band name, Red Line Chemistry is open to individual interpretation. Singer Brett Ditgen offers, "For us it defines our intent in pushing it to the limit, while staying true to one another. It defines the way we work together, pushing each other as hard as we can, while still trying to get along."