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Friday Firsts: Rofo Audio

by Alley Richardson. Published Fri 10 May 2019 14:00

A powerhouse of drums and a guitar solo to die for, gives the aptly named Right Through Me some serious clout on this bone shaking first single from the Philadelphia rock band Rofo Audio’s third album In The In Between.

Deep classic rock sounds from the practiced hands and combined influences of Raymond Short, and Andy Mihalcik who really know how to give it their all from start to finish. It’s plain to see these guys really love what they do and aren’t afraid to get inventive.

Formed in the summer of 2014, Rofo Audio they began their journey as a trio but in April this year one member Tomass Gerard after much deliberation decided to step down, and as one chapter closes, another one has opened.

Originally they took their name from the Philadelphia suburb Royersford, PA, taking their time to develop their own sound and releasing their debut album Now Broadcasting in 2015 incorporating their own unique talents resulting in an energetic mix of guitar driven riffs and heated vocals.

Releasing their second album Reach in 2016 recording with Pennsylvania’s legendary engineer/producer and musician Bret Alexander at his studio Saturation Acres in Dupont, PA.

With US and European radio plays behind them as well as local coverage these guys are continuously developing and making their mark by aiming straight for the top.

Right Through Me is available on all platforms.




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