Listen to an exerpt from KKCR Live 5.18.14 here
Brad Stock 5.29.14 10-12 pm HST LIVE interview and performance KKCR FM streaming WORLDWIDE from kkcr.org! (click here.)
"The Sun" domeshow played the First Russian Fulldome Festival in Yaroslavl, Russia October 21-23, 2013!
Guitar Player Magazine Review
"Old-school psychedelia infused with contemporary sensibilities." -Associate Editor Barry Cleveland, 9.11.12
"Timeless and Timely."
The Clock is Ticking.
The Atomic Clock is a mythic journey that starts with the rising of The Sun and ends with the setting of The Moon. It is an epic sojourn, a spiritual, emotional, and physical journey from the perspective of a man who has seen a thing or two.
"Einstein was the grandparent of the atomic clock which became, half a century later, the basis of modern timekeeping."
—Nigel Calder: from Einstein's Universe, The Layperson's Guide.
Chasing The Buddha
Feedback on the Album
"Brad Stock is on a collision course with success!
—Michael Lascow: CEO Taxi.com
"His music is refreshing, intelligent, and, humorous, with great, deep grooves. in short: everything that we loved when we got into rock music to begin with.”
—Ed Mann: Percussionist: Keyboardist, Zappa Alumn
“Brad’s music really pulls you into a deep space.”
—Chris Jackson: Director of Music, Comcast Entertainment Group (E!, Style, and G4)
“That’s a great song” (upon hearing Hoot ‘n Holler, Annie performed live.)
—Jason Blume: Multi-Grammy nominated songwriter
“Brad Stock’s music combines several decades of musical influence … It’s so cool. It has the magic and he understands the importance of leaving space in music.”
—Matt Winegar: Musician, Producer, Engineer, (Primus, Coheed and Cambria, Faith No More, and others.)
"Every single person i've shared this music with is freaking out over how much they love it. They ALL wanted me to share that with you! Mind blown."
—Paul Meehan: Film Maker
“I never listened to an album that made me blow through a stop sign till now. This is not a collection of pop songs. The Atomic Clock...Is completely cathartic. I cannot think of a better soundtrack for a certain kind of life."
—Alex Boynton: Writer, Artist, Musician