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Dizzy Box Nine - Oh Yeah #Flyah Review


Dizzy Box Nine is a pop-rock band out of Southern California.  They play melodic, radio-friendly pop songs that have nearly instant appeal.  The lyrics are clever and tight, and the instrumentation is dynamic and full.  Dizzy Box Nine has been influenced by a variety of musical styles, over a broad range of genres--from Blink 182 and MXPX, to the Cars, Train, and Tom Petty.  Thier music is basic strightforward pop-rock with spashes of pop-punk sprinkled into the mix.
Singer-Guitarist, and band creator, Randy Ludwig, claims that this eclecticism is what helps give Dizzy Box Nine thier signature sound.  "We have been inspired by all types of music, and this clearly shows in our songs."  There are no fillers here.  Randy's motto is "start fast".  And, these songs seem to captivate, energize, and even, inspire--from the very first second of the record, to the very last one.  One thing is clear:  the debut CD from Dizzy Box Nine is a well-put together recrod with something for everyone. 

The debut record from the California indie-pop-rock band Dizzy Box Nine is out now!  This record was officially released on Friday, September 22nd, 2017.  The band consists of long-time bandmates Randy Ludwig (Singer-Guitarist) and Lawrence Dunlap (Drummer), who initially got their start together playing in the band Selva, all throughout the Phoenix Arizona area.  Dizzy Box Nine has several shows set up throughout the Los Angeles County and Orange County areas.  Updates can be found at:  www.DizzyBoxNine.com   

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