Febuary 2012: Fake







Clint Carney has enjoyed a good deal of success with System Syn, while his other project, Fake, presents a different facet of him as an artist. Fake has earned a high level of praise from many music critics.


Clint Carney has enjoyed a good deal of success with System Syn, while his other project, Fake, presents a more aggressive facet of him as an artist. Fake has earned a high level of praise from many music critics.


Fake focuses on the more dark electro and industrial styles in Clint's music. As seen in the band's album Los Angeles Synthetic, much of the music is a potent expression of one man's dire dissatisfaction with the state of the world. This has translated to lyrics that are bitterly driven to both the social and political worlds and vocals that cut to the core.


Even we are guilty of not knowing of Fake until Clint had sent me a copy. Clint is a great performer, as can be seen in his work in System Syn, as well as the other three bands where he has done backup vocals or instruments. Fake is a new avenue that Clint has made for both himself and also the fans. This is how he has been able to make something that stands out more as a legitimate band, as opposed to a mere side project.


Fake is this month's Band Of The Month. Thank you Clint for giving us exposure to an masterful band you have made and for allowing us in turn to share it with the world.


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