Inspired by the sounds of South Harlem, Stereo Crowd has crafted a very unique and creative approach to unifying audiences of diverse racial and social backgrounds.
Formed by guitarist Paul-Anthony Surdi and bassist Vince “VFerg” Ferguson, Stereo Crowd has crafted New York City’s sound of Urban Alternative music. It's a sound that combines the physical connection of hip-hop, with the emotional connection of rock, all pulled together with the sonic sensibilities of Soul and R&B.
In April 2011 Stereo Crowd opened for world-renowned mashup guru Girl Talk, and made their television debut on NBC New York's "All Night with Joey Reynolds". Stereo Crowd continued their success by opening for
international pop icon MC Hammer, and playing shows from NYC to ATL and back. They ended the summer headlining the world famous Knitting Factory in Brooklyn.
They teamed up with multi-platinum engineer/producer Andy Baldwin, and
Grammy Award winning mastering house, The Engine Room, to ensure that the energy and sound of their live performance is accurately captured on record.
Stereo Crowd has now signed a global digital distribution deal with Believe Digital, successfully licensed tracks from their coming debut, Stereo Crowd - The Urban Alternative to Spike TV, is routing a North East tour, and is working with Pirate! Radio Promotions, Ariel Hyatt’s Cyber PR, I Am PR, Coast 2 Coast MixTapes and Crowd Control Music to bring their music out of Harlem and onto the national stage.
Known for collaborations with artists like Dee-1, George 2.0 (Janelle Monae’s MC), Kalae All Day, D Jukes and Devyn Rush (American Idol), Stereo Crowd’s debut release has been anticipated by many, and now, it’s finally here!
Paul-Anthony - Guitar and Vocals Robert Keith - Guitar Vince “VFerg” Ferguson - Bass Guitar and Vocals