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Thank you for the massive increase in Likes
 on the SRS Facebook Site

SRS has climbed to the top 10 in the
Reverbnation Mid Atlantic Rock Charts 


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Latest News

Upcoming Events Spring / Summer 2014
  • Mason Day @ George Mason University
  • Fairfax County Festival
  • Herndon Festival
  • Montauk Festival, New York
  • Featured in a Music documentary called Noise

SRS interview on CBS Radio 


Tremendous response to SRS's new songs including "Powerline", "Where I'm Coming From" and "Don't Come Home".  They are available on iTunes and Amazon.com together with first album songs like "Playing with Matches", "Nothing Wrong" and "Amber".

  • Saturday, December 14th 6:30 pm U Street Music Hall Washington D.C., Headlined by Honor By August

SRS Wins Alternative Genre in Fiat's Band Prix 
  • Featured in Google+Hangout
  • Promoted by Fiat


SRS Featured





SRS is USA finalist

The band finished in the Rock/Alternative final 10 of the national USA Songwriting Contest.  It may not have been the Best Day in their Life but they were in great company losing to eventual winners American Authors.


SRS New Release







Click on the link above
 to Buy it on iTunes




SRS Wins!!!!
Mid-Atlantic Band Battle 9
(Click the link below to view)




Young Artist Award

Songwriters Association of Washington

Winner 2012


“Where I'm
Coming From”

Matthew Prodanovich, Adam Bradley, Michael Pereira,
John Fengya, Mark Siford, and Michael Chinen




                                                      





SRS's debut album
    "We Could Be Infinite
         is out on iTunes and
Amazon





Playing with Matches Lyrics

Watch Yourself Lyrics



August Play Dates

  • Friday, August 23rd Mid Atlantic Band Battle Finals, Jammin Java, Vienna Va
  • Saturday, August 3rd Epicure Cafe, Fairfax (Acoustic Set)
  • Friday, August 2nd Velvet Lounge Washington D.C.,


Friday, July 5th Jammin Java
SRS played in the July 5th round of the Mid Atlantic Battle of the Bands with 5 other great bands from the region.  SRS's performance and energy brought the audience into the songs and the result was electric. 

The judges were very enthusiastic about the band's music and awarded them the top spot for the July 5th round.  The band now moves onto the the Finals, set for August 23. 

If you have not heard SRS in person you owe it to yourself to come to hear them play live.



Saturday, June 8th, 2013
Performed on the Shock Top stage at the Fairfax, Festival which was headlined by Third Eye Blind. 

Wednesday, May 29, 2013
SRS headlined at Jammin Java and performed some new songs from their upcoming EP which will be release later this summer.  The energy at the performance on stage and in the crowd was fantastic. 

Friday, April 26, 2013

SRS opened for Andy Grammer and performed to a lively crowd at George Mason University.


SRS performing the Alicia Keys Cover "Fallin"


January 27, 2013

SRS was recognized by the Songwriters' Association of Washington as Winners of the Mid Atlantic Song Competition Best Young Artist at their SAW Gala.



December 18
Sub-Radio Standard's headlined at Jammin Java with Chloe Angelides.



November 30
Check out this new Interview with the Band on Living Louder where they talk about there new Album and the increasing interest in the Band.


October 19
SRS is opened for "Honor By August" at Jammin Java in Vienna,
Va.  

Come see a little different side of Sub-Radio Standard as they will be doing an Acoustic set.




August 11
Matthew Prodanovich and Adam Bradley flew into Los Angeles right after the show. It seems they have been seen around Hollywood in a Silver Mustang Convertible.


August 10
Opened @ 9:30 Club 8:00 pm in D.C.,
for Aloe Blacc .
 

                           

Fantastic Show.  Massive Crowd.  As one regular patron of the 9:30 Club noted, "One of the very best acts I've see as an opener for years".



SRS Band Members sport a new look.



After the show Matthew Prodanovich had a chance to talk to Aloe Black.  Aloe put on an Amazing Show with high energy that really drove the crowd.  Backstage, Aloe was low key and great to talk to.

Aloe said he loved SRS's music and was looking forward to working with SRS again whenever he gets back to the area.


A review by "tone deaf lounge "had this to say.




July 31, Headlined @  Jammin Java 7:00 pm in Vienna, Va


SRS has also recorded a new song at Cue Studios called, "Angel with a Dagger".  Look for Angel and other new songs at their upcoming shows. 


June 29, Headlining @ Epicure Cafe 10:00 pm in Fairfax, Va

     It turns out mother nature had other ideas.  Here is SRS
     playing "You can't always get what you want" in the June Blackout that
     ravaged much of the DC area. 







On 4/27 Sub-Radio Standard opened for  Hot Chelle Rae at Mason Day in Fairfax, Va.  The band performed on the Main Stage adjacent to the Patriot Center at George Mason University.  Tickets and Information.

SRS had one of their best performances to date.  They opened with "Where I'm Coming From" one of their latest.  The set moved on to "Playing with Matches" and "Don't come Home".  SRS did the cover "Somebody I used to know "and then closed with  "Make My Day" and "Dresden" to an enthusiastic and appreciative crowd.


SRS performing the cover "Somebody that I used to know"




It seems videos of SRS are popping up on YouTube such as this one based on the song "Make My Day".

George Mason's Recap of Mason Day 2012 used extensive play of SRS's "Playing with Matches".


During Early April, the Band returned to Cue Studios to work on some additional songs for their album with platinum winning producer, Jim Ebert.

Working in Studio makes for some long days, but the band was very happy with their recordings of "Dresden", "Where I'm Coming From" and "Don't go Home".   The new songs take SRS to a whole another level for their upcoming show at GMU's Mason Day.



SRS is on the air on Rock's  DC101 Local Lix with their new release, "Wintersong".   DC 101 has played a number of Sub-Radio Standard songs including Make My Day, Amber and Watch Yourself.




Sub Radio Standard played at the DC Rock and Roll Marathon on March 17th in downtown, Washington D.C.,  The event was headlined by Switchfoot.

On March 3rd, SRS played at George Mason University to a lively audience in the Hub Ballroom.  The event is a homecoming of sorts for 2 band members, Mark Siford and Michael Pereira who are GMU students. 



GMU's Broadside had this to say about the band, "Sounding like a cross between The Fray and Jack’s Mannequin, Sub-Radio Standard had an extremely polished sound and a singer with the voice of an angel. Their last number had the entire crowd singing along by the end — a mark of a job well done."