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Chicago, IL
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Portrait of Why Intercept
A moment in time manifests itself in one of two ways. It may come in an instant, like an explosion. Or it may come by what some call serendipity, gradually creeping into your life, unrealized, unnoticed until after the fact. Hope and catharsis, joy and apathy cycle through CHANNELS as they do through life. How you interpret this moment– how you receive and process this information– determines your reaction.

CHANNELS is Why Intercept?’s reaction.

To say that Why Intercept? has matured over time would be an understatement. Since their first release in 2002, they have left the pop-friendly rock behind to explore new territory, to grow as musicians. Any song under five minutes now seems like a transition of echoes between the epic works they've spent endless hours perfecting.

Recorded and mixed with Paul Malinowski (Shiner, Open Hand) and Dan Precision (88 Fingers Louie, Rise Against). A difficult album to describe, think space and movement, honesty and unison.

CHANNELS is Why Intercept?’s 2008 debut full-length. Stellar sound quality packaged in 100% recycled materials. A reaction worth hearing. A band worth noticing. Judge for yourself.

Why Intercept? is:
Allan Cardenas, Kirk Finley, Michael John Grant, and Daniel Lasek