With their explosive live shows and genre-busting style, Deadstockaudio has been creating a ripple effect throughout the Chicago music scene for nearly 2 years. Now with their self-titled debut album slated for February of 2009, they are ready to bring their addictive melodies and heartfelt lyrics to the masses. In it's infancy, DSA was simply an idea shared by two close friends, David Avram and Adam Gardner. In the fall of 2007, Avram and Gardner began to make great headway with their project. It was around this time that Gardner ran into Nate Greene, a gifted drummer he knew from his college days at Northern Illinois University. The three got together and the music gelled immediately. A combination of creative chord changes, butt-shaking grooves, and catchy melodies seemed to force DSA into expanding their sonic footprint. With the addition of Greene's friend Jeremy Bieber the band had gone from a far off idea to a formidable creative force in a matter of a few short months. Having already played at some of Chicago's premier venues including the Metro, Double Door, and Martyr's, DSA seems poised to expand their dynamic and growing fan base to new heights. The band plans to launch a Midwest tour starting in March to both promote the new CD and to continue to satisfy their lust for the musical exploration that has made DSA such a sought after live act.