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Nocturnal Me Sign To Apparition Records

Nocturnal Me have been announced as the first signing for the recently launched Apparition Records. A new EP is set to be released this summer.

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"Apparition Records is delighted to announce Nocturnal Me as their first artist. The Medford, MA-based independent record label, formed in 2010, deems Nocturnal Me to be a perfect fit for what they envisioned as their first band, citing the band’s ambition, talent, and experience as decisive factors in the forming of their partnership.

The New-York based quartet is fronted by Dave Melillo and features ex-members of Cute Is What We Aim For, Streamline, and Roses Are Red. With two independently released EPs already to their name, Nocturnal Me will descend upon one of New York’s best recording studios GCR Audio (where Goo Goo Dolls, B.O.B., and David Cook have previously recorded) in mid-April to record a new EP, set to be released in the summer. The deal was conducted by A&R Denis Simms.

Apparition Records began as an idea in 2010, when Boston, MA based Founder Nick Alberino’s passion for music and his business acumen fused together. Nick spent the next year planning and planning some more, laying the logistical and financial foundations for a functional record label, and indeed, the stepping stones of success for the label’s future roster. The label thereafter embraced an independent perspective and pledged to do things for the right reason. In turn, the label hopes their artists will deliver music to the world that sends out the right message.

If you need testament to the fact that diversity is a virtue, look no further than Nocturnal Me. The New York based four-piece combines an eclectic concoction of seasoned musicians from various backgrounds - such as the internationally-known pop-outfit Cute Is What We Aim For and nationally-known acts Roses Are Red and Streamline - with their talents and personalities fusing to create pop music that challenges the conventional boundaries that exist between funk and pop/rock music. The final result? Definitive proof that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts."

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