Apache Resistance is an Orlando based funk rock band. It has created a unique sound with blending the rhythm of rock and groove of rap.
Formed in 2010, the band soon snatched the limelight and created buzz in the local music scenario.
If you do not want to miss out something phenomenal you must give them a listen.
The current line-up of the band consists of Keith Morton on vocals, Chad Waronicki (guitar and back up vocals), Vernell Armwood (bass) and Daniel Gallagher (drums).
The band is highly influenced by Red Hot Chili Peppers, Rage against the Machine, The Black Keys, Nas, OutKast, Biggie, Big L, 36 Mafia, James Brown, Sly and the Family Stone, Curtis Mayfield and Pink Floyd.
The band’s name comes from the movie “Inglorious Bastards”.
Lately, I caught up with the band members and they shared some of their inside stories for the readers.
What genre would you really describe the band as?
What have you done so far to promote the band and reach more people?
Live shows definitely help the band to grow and connect us with our listeners and fans. Besides being regular at live shows lately we have recorded couple of our songs like “Step Back” and “Pressure”. We were interviewed on a radio show. However, we are going to hit the studio pretty soon to record more songs. We also promote our music through social media.
Next year’s plan?
Chad: Recording new songs, expanding social media, go on tour.
Keef : And eventually disappear ( hahaha)
How often you guys practice?
The whole band gets together and practice for hours at least twice a week.
Is there anything you would like to tell our readers?
It is difficult to know us from interview, come to our show.
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