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The Band


About Upright Man

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About Upright Man

The New York City-based rock band Upright Man has turned their honed musicianship and love of psychedelia into a pristine rock experience. Their self-titled genre, “Hifi-rock”, draws from a deep appreciation of classic rock, prog rock, and the grunge of the 90’s. Their sophomore release, Hifidelic, invites listeners into a soundscape populated with vivid grooves, mountainous riffs, and poignant lyrics all deftly arranged. Upright Man was recently voted The Deli’s ‘Artist Of The Month’ and has performed regularly at many of New York City’s institutional rock venues including Brooklyn Bowl, Mercury Lounge, and The Cutting Room. They’ve performed on Relix Magazine’s in house performance series and have toured with Robert Randolph & The Family Band, NRBQ, and The Fabulous Thunderbirds. Their debut eponymous record Upright Man is available everywhere people dig music.

Aidan Dolan - Guitar, Vocals

Nick Katz - Bass, Vocals

Max Yassky - Drums, Percussion, Background Vocals

 

Pictured Left to Right: Max Yassky, Aidan Dolan, Nick Katz

Photographer: Sloane Morrison

 

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...after just one listen through of Upright Man, I must unequivocally state that it’s magnificent.
— Eclectic Music Lover
Fans of classic rock will be ecstatic to hear the way the best of the best have influenced Upright Man, as the band manages to show respect to their legends and put their own stamp on the rock genre.
— Poparazzi
The band captures laid back, psychedelic-like essence with use of deliberate vocals, roots-rock style guitar rhythms, and finessed percussion.
— Music Matters Magazine