Believing their supportive fans deserved nothing less than perfection from their highly anticipated full length debut, One From Many’s extreme attention to every sonic detail took longer than anticipated. Released in 2013, "The Alleged Album", is a melodic, guitar driven 13-track powerhouse showcasing their dynamic songwriting, and exploring a wide range of influences beyond their alt rock core; including elements of Gospel, Indie Pop and R&B.
One From Many's sophomore effort, "29:11", features heavy doses of acoustic guitar, strings, and percussion and leans on their more raw and pop influences, including Ryan Adams, James Bay, Matchbox 20, Counting Crows, and Chris Issak. We'll let others do the talking and let the music speak for itself.
Praise for "The Alleged Album"
With One From Many ("O.F.M."), I believe I have found a diamond mine, as this band creates gem after gem.... This is one of those rare albums where every song delivers. It's impossible to pick any one track that stands out above the rest - the album is that good.
LA Examiner - Bob Leggett
Praise for "29:11"
One From Many are a breath of fresh air in an increasingly plastic world...This is atmospheric, melodic, and intelligent rock and roll. 9 out of 10 Stars
Music Existence - Jason Hillenburg
One From Many score big with this latest release and build on the momentum from their debut full length. 29:11 is essential for anyone interested in musically and lyrically substantive modern bands. 4 out of 5 Stars
Skope Magazine - Michael Elgin
Andrew Supina and his band mates have created a five song effort that isn't so much of a collection as it is a journey. 9 out of 10 Stars
Indie Music Reviews - Lance Wright
Starting with a Clean SLATE as a raw, real and edgy pop-rocker, multi-talented New Jersey bred, L.A. based artist and performer Alexis Keegan has been in full whirlwind mode, catching radio fire nationally (and charting) with her lead single “Worry No More,” racking up an exciting slate of live performances with top artists and receiving some high level indie accolades since the release of her PJ Bianco and Andrew Williams produced debut EP in early 2014.
Showing no signs of slowing down, the infectious track “Worry No More” is rising on the AC and Hot AC Mediabase charts and the Billboard AC Indicator chart. Alexis was recently the #1 most added independent artist at indie radio in the country. Several songs are currently being spun at Abercrombie and Fitch and Forever 21 stores nationwide and “Worry No More” will be featured in the upcoming Eric Roberts film “Opposite Sex.”
The five track set Clean SLATE embraces and adds a rock edge to her early R&B roots, lays her soul bare and turns her personal losses into universal expressions of hope. Three of the tunes on Clean SLATE (“Worry No More,” “Don’t Need You Now,” “Are You Gonna Love Me”) developed out of working with fellow Jersey native PJ Bianco (Demi Lovato and The Jonas Brothers). Alexis co-penned the other two tracks on Clean SLATE (“Your Name In My Heartbeat,” “Just A Little,”) with songwriter/producer, Andrew Williams (Colbie Caillat, Five For Fighting). Alexis also recorded and released the Williams helmed co-write and standalone single “The Game.” Its popular video was directed by the award winning Traci Goudie.
Alexis has toured this year with prominent singer/songwriters Ron Pope, Howie Day, Honor By August and The Gallery. Between those stints, Alexis continues to headline solo shows on both coasts . The singer recently performed and was interviewed on Lance Bass’ Sirius XM Radio Show “Dirty Pop”. “I am grateful for the opportunity to tour with these amazing artists, and the response of their fans to my show and songs has been overwhelming,” says Alexis. “I’m very happy that so many people are connecting with me this way. I love traveling around the country performing for and meeting new people, and am excited that more touring is now in the works!”
Keegan was nominated for three LA Examiner Music Critic Awards, Best EP Female, Best Single and Best Lyrical Video, winning in two of the three categories (Best EP Female, Best Lyrical Video). She has also been nominated for a Hollywood Music In Media Award (HMMA), in the Pop Category for “Worry No More.”
“This album is the start of entirely reinventing myself,” she says, “and calling it Clean S.L.A.T.E. symbolizes that as well as a few other things. The first is the scary but cool reality of picking up my life, moving across the country and starting over in a brand new place with a clean slate. But just as importantly, these songs are all in my process of S.L.A.T.E. (Seeking Life After The End). If you have had your heart broken, you know that feeling of having to start over…it hurts, it’s scary and it’s definitely a long process. People will relate and find something brand new in each of these songs. It’s exciting to finally have this opportunity to create and share music on my own terms.”
Keegan’s artistic credits include working with Sakina Bell, wife of Robert “Kool” Bell from Kool & The Gang; Alexis also worked with Kool and their son on several musical projects. While recording her album, Alexis has lent her voice to singing The National Anthem at The Staples Center in Los Angeles.