In the beginning, the name for this atmospheric groove rock project was called Nectar. Due to legal issues, the name was changed to Nectarphonic.
Nectarphonic forges a sound from the heavens above and the earth below, as if The Cocteau Twins fronted Pink Floyd at a seedy downtown club. Liberally spiced with brutal dynamics or howling feedback, their music is ultimately an offering of beautiful sweetness. Earthy vocals from Thai-born Suki and the seductive serenade of Kerry complete the dream.
Since 1999, Nectarphonic’s atmospheric groove rock has enchanted audiences and bookers throughout Los Angeles’ eclectic club scene. The band’s evocative musical approach has inspired producers to feature the songs "Will I" and "The One" in independent films and choose Nectarphonic’s music for MTV’s “Undressed", "Pimp My Ride", "Road Rules" and "Strictly Sex with Dr. Drew”, as well as for an episode of the WB''s "Felicity".
Nectarphonic’s fresh new release "Satellite" cranks up the intrigue another notch, with further explorations into dreampop, groove rock, bone-crunching riffage, and timeless psychedelia.