Strange Radio is a radio-friendly, female-fronted, edgy, Los Angeles-based pop/rock band with smooth ear-candy female vocals and licks/loops to groove by. The band wrote and produced 'Crazy Days' for the Raleigh Studio's feature-length film 'Man Fast', February, 2002. 'Walking In A Video' was used in the trailer for 'It's a Guy Thing' (w/Jason Lee, Julia Stiles, Selma Blair), March, 2003. Featured on 'Buffy and the Vampire Slayer' (national TV show) in October, 2001 for 'Make Me A Star' and in September, 2002 for a live acoustic performance of 'So High'. Winners of the Pop music category as well as the overall Grand Prize Winners of Artist Direct's 'BornOnTheWeb' contest in October, 2000, they opened for FanNation May, 2001 at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheater in Irvine, CA., alongside Eve 6, Third Eye Blind, and The Go-Go's, to name a few.