It only takes a couple of listens to get hooked by the Trademark's music and their new 5-song demo (Produced by Jim Wirt) is so hot that its nearly impossible to NOT listen to them over and over and over again.
Hundreds of shows played throughout the Northwest . . . (click here to view
a list of past shows) GREAT SONGS! This is an act that you should seriously
consider, The Trademark will generate revenues.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 216.577.4223
ALL OFFERS WILL BE CONSIDERED. HARD COPIES OF DEMO AVAILABLE
Sometimes, when you want something bad enough, you just have to do it
yourself. If you need a lesson in determination, The Trademark can teach
you a thing or two. Five years ago, brothers Riley and Drew Hamnett, as
well as longtime friend Natty Coleman started writing music and playing
shows anywhere that people would listen. After several national tours and
the release of their highly-anticipated (sold out in Hot Topic locations
nationwide) full-length album (This Island Earth, available at Hot Topic,
Smartpunk.com, and iTunes) all on their own, The Trademark rounded out
its lineup with guitarist Mat Deason, adding a new dimension as well as
redoubling their efforts to get their brand of pop-laced rock n' roll in front
of as many people as possible. This includes recording with producer
Jim Wirt (Something Corporate, Incubus, Jack's Mannequin, Letterkills, etc.)
in May of 2009. There has, and will be no slowing down for The Trademark.
You have been warned.