Press

  • ASBURY MUSIC AWARDS
  • 2013
    Nominated for Top Pop-Rock Band

    2012
    Nominated for Top Pop Band

  • JERSEY BEAT
  • Jan. 22, 2014
    From the Editor’s Desk: The Clydes, Generator

    “A strong vocalist with emotive vocals, dramatic melodies that incorporate familiar pop tropes, solid musicianship up and down the lineup, and engaging, enigmatic lyrics.”

  • SPEAK INTO MY GOOD EYE
  • Dec. 20, 2013
    Album Review: The Clydes, Generator

    “The warmth in tone, often drifting into the psychedelic, strikes from the outset even alongside The Clydes’ predilection for more hard charged, arena rock riffing.”

    Dec. 4, 2013
    SIMGE Premiere: The Clydes, “Shaken Down”

    “The Clydes’ latest offering showcases Brent’s dynamic vocal paired with perfect pop-rock harmonies and a weaving lead guitar.”

    May 17, 2013
    Yellow Red Sparks Brought Soaring Harmonies To The Saint w/ The Clydes, Canvas Radio, & The Dundees

    “Rounding out the full night of music were local talents such as the genre-hopping The Clydes.”

  • POP-BREAK
  • Aug. 15, 2012
    Pop-Break Live: Shipwrecked At The Shore Showcase (July 9)

    “The alt-rockers from New Brunswick, who have quickly made a name for themselves across the Garden State over the last year, added a number of new songs to their set, all performed with their usual fiery and fun approach. If you get a chance to catch these guys live, I recommend you do.”

    March 22, 2012
    Pop-Break Live Journal: The Clydes and The Dunwells at The Saint

    Brent writes about the experience of opening for buzz-worthy U.K. band The Dunwells.

    Feb. 20, 2012
    Pop-Break Live: Shipwrecked At The Shore Showcase (Feb. 16)

    “They were super-tight all night long and really impressed the crowd with one of their newer tracks, the funky, Smiths-like ‘Nerve Damage.’ The Clydes converted a lot of fans down the Shore this night.”

    Feb. 16, 2012
    Shipwrecked At The Shore Interview Series: The Clydes

    “For a group that this time last year didn’t even exist to become what they’ve become, a tireless and exciting live band that packs every house they play, is saying something.”

    April 26, 2011
    Interview: The Clydes

    “[The Clydes delve] into ’80s-styled post-punk and crunchy glam on their debut EP, The Cindy Bannon Sessions, delivering a sound that eschews the mainstream but has a pop sensibility that’s completely undeniable.”

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