Sunday, March 25, 2018

Yeti Tactics big blendo song "Christof" and it's sharp hook

Christof by Yeti Tactics is a hybrid song blending big rock walls of sound, funk guitar, hip hop flavors and deeply melodic dance pop. This vast net is cast and it's universality is it's biggest allure. 

Yeti Tactic are best buds Jordan Sherman (keys, guitar, vocals) and Sean Saley (bass and guitar) formed the "band" in their East Hollywood apartment. 

Take the bait but watch out for that sharp hook.
Robb Donker


By way of D.C. and Florida, two buddies Jordan Sherman (keys, guitar, vocals) and Sean Saley (bass and guitar), formed the LA-based, alternative duo “Yeti Tactics” right out of their East Hollywood apartment. Prior to their separate moves to Los Angeles, the two best friends from high school kept in touch daily, constantly brainstorming music and leaving their day jobs.

Previously known as “Olympic," the two released an EP and dozens of music videos; self-producing everything. Since their re-vamp as Yeti Tactics, they’ve been filling local venues and working diligently on their first full-length LP to be released early in the new year.

The tone of the upcoming album is mostly narrative, with Jordan portraying a different character, sometimes multiple, throughout certain tracks. Lyrics cover issues from the present and the near future—technology running our lives, "sovereign" rulers, non-existent safety (and ever-impending death), to heart-felt modern-day love songs. The two have drawn inspiration from artists Jack Garratt, Gorillaz, and John Mayer while keeping their sound and style completely fresh and unique.

“Being in this band has been a way for us to truly express ourselves. Our goal is to inspire, entertain, and encourage people that anything is possible. Let’s face it, it’s also a way that the two of us can hang out all the time too,” Jordan shares.
Their fans and those to come, have much to look forward to when it comes to Sherman and Saley’s current and future creations.

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