Pacific northwest rock/reggae
Vocals, Guitar / Kyle Cameron
Bass / Kevin Cameron
Drums / Austin Farrell
Based out of Eugene, Oregon– The Resinators offer a unique take on California reggae/rock with their debut album entitled, "The Beauty of Living". To be released January 8th, 2016 with an album release party at Eugene's newest and most talked about venue, Hifi Music Hall. Its six tracks showcase the band's notably Pacific-Northwestern style. The band utilizes driving bass-lines, surfy guitar stylings, and a true blurring-of-the-lines between rock and reggae rhythms and grooves. The brothers will be hitting the local scene hard in preparation for their early 2016 album release. Beyond that they are booking gigs ranging from Eugene to Seattle and already writing new music in preparation of a follow-up single release, right in time for the Summer 2016 Festival season.
The Resinators are composed of brothers Kyle and Kevin, and long time friend Austin Farrell. The three maintained connections while growing up in their hometown of Hillsboro, OR. As young adults, Kyle Cameron (lead vocals, lead guitar) and Austin Farrell (drums) played, practiced, and performed throughout the Northwest area under the name "Big Sweeps", until bringing Kevin into the mix in 2014. He quickly began to play a large role in the song writing process. Their brotherly relationship allows them to maintain a tight, high energy sound on stage. Their influences span the genres. From Passafire to Foo Fighters, Stick Figure to Incubus, as well as Rx Bandits and Slightly Stoopid. The Resinators are able to produce a high energy, positive, and most of all, unique sound that can be enjoyed by all.
Their absolute hope is to continue to blaze the Northwest Rock/Reggae trail and see it light up the Pacific Northwest and beyond!