August 2013
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“You’re Killing Me” by Cable Car

A fusion of pop, R&B and rock, Cable Car offers music oozing with passion. Most of their music describes the dark side of being in love. The band gracefully delivers a musical jambalaya of all of the most popular sounds of the last couple decades, while adding a current mainstream twist and their own original style.

Front man, Nathan Mott, grew up intrigued by the limitless singing styles of Ben Harper and Jeff Buckley and incorporated that free style into his own. Guitarist, Jack Turner, contributes his roots in jazz, R&B and blues to give a smooth, rhythmic vibe to the music. Ryan Murphy is at home behind his drum kit as he programs beats, bringing an electric flare to the group.

Influenced by a lot of the local LA talent and major artists, the band has been working diligently to promote their new EP, Ride. The album is equipped with a diverse subject matter inspired by love and relationships.

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“You’re Killing Me” by Cable Car

Cable Car

Image and mp3 courtesy of Alex Vanderleest of LaFamos, Marketing & Publicity Department

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