(self released) from Los Angeles

Suggested single, "OK OK" (track 7)
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Dizzy Box Nine is an indie-alt-rock band out of Southern California.  The band was created by singer-guitarist Randy Ludwig in the summer of 2016, and features guitarist Tony Robles and drummer Amos Przekaza.  The play melodic, upbeat, and radio-friendly pop songs which have been described as “instantly catchy,” “well-written,” and “memorable.”  There is a positive 80s and 90s vibe to many of their songs.  In fact, they have been influenced by a variety of bands—from the Cars, Tom Petty, and the Refreshments—to MXPX, the Cure, and the Ramones.  And yet, the music of Dizzy Box Nine feels new and unique, and stands on its own.  “I like making music that feels good to listen to, but I also want to challenge the listener at the same time,” Randy says.    

Dizzy Box Nine released their debut record, Electric Illusion, in September 2017.  It included the crowd favorite “Oh Yeah,” the easy-to-like “Rosie,” and the rock-solid “Good,” among many others.  Their second record, Pop Fantasy, was released in February 2019, and received many favorable reviews.  It contained the notable songs “Anytime, Anyplace,” “I Won’t Let You Down,” and “What I Like About You.”  Additionally, it received airplay on over 50 different radio stations worldwide.  Their latest release, Faster Than Anticipation, was released in July of 2020.  To date, it has been added to over 70 radio stations, and has spent 7 weeks on the college radio top 250 list—peaking at #176.  It features the standout singles “Friday Night,” “Ok, Ok,” “Deep Inside Your Mind,” and the summer feel-good song “Let’s Go Skating.”  Faster Than Anticipation is impacting Specialty & AAA radio September 18.
Dizzy Box Nine
has been described as “a band that still feels they have a lot to prove.”  Randy says, this will always be the case.  “We won’t let up.  There’s always a better song waiting to be written, and there’s always a different way of doing things.  There’s no finish line, there’s just progress and creativity.”  Eclecticism and optimism are what help to give Dizzy Box Nine their signature sound.  “We have been inspired by all kinds of music, and this clearly shows in our songs.  We also like to keep it positive.  Even during the slower, contemplative, trance-rock and space-rock type songs, there’s always hope, there’s always a way out.”  Come find that “way out” with Dizzy Box Nine