Premiere: Plaid Brixx – “Heartbreaker”

Premiere: Plaid Brixx – “Heartbreaker”

Ohio-based rock trio, Plaid Brixx, has just premiered the new lyric video for “Heartbreaker”, off their debut EP Chemistry.

Formed in early 2013 by Duggan, Plaid Brixx is also comprised of Mark Smith on drums, and Cole Bradley on bass. After playing together in a high school band, the trio is now showcasing their new sound years later. In regards to the band’s debut EP, Duggan explains,

“Our objective was to pick and choose our favorite elements of electronic, rock and pop music and ‘Frankenstein’ them together. I believe we’ve achieved that with this music.”

The bands new EP, Chemistry, which was co-produced by lead singer Chris Duggan and producer Richard Barone, is pop with a razor’s edge of rock and an aftershave of punk. Duggan, who also penned all five songs on the EP, crafted a contemporary sound for this collection of in-your-face songs.

Want to hear more? Plaid Brixx was just added to the rotation over at the new indie station, idobi Anthm. You can tune in at to catch them and other great indie artists!




Christian Hamilton

Christian Hamilton

Christian is the founder and Editor of Rock Paper Rock as well as a freelance concert and event photographer serving the Pacific Northwest and Beyond. He is a certified member of the PPA and Gold Level member of the CPS. He has recently began working with Mental Itch Records and has launched his own Photography website.

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