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The Rock-itt : January 2011
The Rock-itt has discovered a Band playing the circuit who call themselves Calling Mayday. Onboard are three talented young people who formed the outfit five years ago and in this business that's a long time. Calling Mayday have been out there at the coal face playing, learning the ropes and forming themselves into a tight outfit as they gradually pick away at the mountain they must climb to get to the top, but the combination of this two girl, one guy, rock trio have their course set and to them the only direction that they will head is in the upward direction. With EM "Snap" on melodic vocals and powerful guitars, Mag "Bass" on both steady yet intricate bass riffs and Dave "Miz" on powerful rock' n' roll drums, Calling Mayday have created a formula for success and have been likened to giants of the music scene, Green Day, The Living End, The Ramones, Muse and Led Zeppelin. Calling Mayday have released two EP's, "Rescue Me Save My Mind" recorded at Electric Sun Studios and "Pledges of White", which was put down at Cream Studios. But most recent the band ducked into the now famous Northern Beaches Studio "Continuumusic" to record a few new gems titled "I fell Down", "Music Played", and what all bands fear most "For Fear Of Rejection", and in these three numbers music fans will dig the drift as to where these people are coming from. Another good thing that The Rock-itt liked about Calling Mayday is the fact that the band are not afraid to take themselves on the road and have toured Melbourne extensively and have played just about every music venue throughout Sydney. For their efforts they have appeared in most of the music magazines including Drum Media, The Brag, The inner West Courier, The Canterbury Express, page 2 of The Sun Herald, The Parramatta Sun on three different occasions, "Take 5" magazine, U.K. magazine "Rock Sound" and of course the "Big Daddy" of them all, the Northern Beaches The Rock-itt magazine. Having had lots of air time on radio, and you will also catch them on television shortly on the famous rock