the burgeoning music scene of the Southeast U.S. comes
titofelix, an alternative rock band that is currently
enjoying a growing fan base around the country. Lead
singer Marc Cordon, guitarist Seiha Kim, bassist P.J.
Sobremonte, and drummer Jay Opalia hit you hard with
an exciting display of original music that hints of
emo, power pop and punk influences. With driving guitars,
universally appealing lyrics, and undeniably catchy
melodies, titofelix's music is a smooth blend of classic
musical technique and stream-of-consciousness.
Formed in Atlanta in August 2000,
titofelix has released a full-length album, Faux
Pas, and a series of EPs, filmed a music video
for the song "Man of Steel" that screened
at several film festivals the 2003 San Francisco
International Asian-American Film Festival, the 2003
SLAP Festival in Salt Lake City, and the 2003 NAAAP
Film Festival in North Carolina and performed
at different venues and festivals throughout the country,
including events in Los Angeles, New York and Atlanta.
In addition, titofelix has received radio airplay
and was mentioned in the national publication YOLK
Magazine. Currently, the bands music is featured
on two projects: the Import Car DVD "THRUST Video
Candy" from Waltertainment (which also features
a brief spotlight and interview with the band) and
the independent film LUMPIA from Kidheroes Productions
which is currently showcasing around the country.
Next, titofelix will release
"Character Flaw", the bands much-anticipated
sophomore album, and follow it up with more live appearances.
Keeping in tune with the overall albums concept
of individuality and non-conformity, titofelix graduates
from the pure emo/power pop of their first album and
experiments with a more eclectic mix of musical styles
from power pop, to classic rock, to a hip-hop/funk
sound yet maintains Character Flaw
as a collective whole with their trademark melodic
core and catchy hooks.