8/10/20 Livestream at The Bowery Electric Now on YouTube!
Our livestream set from The Bowery Electric on 8/10/20 is now up on YouTube! I’m still pretty psyched about the way this came out. Head on over to the Radiator King YouTube page and check it out for yourself in it’s entirety and give a follow while you’re there! https://youtu.be/BPdkZa5enCY
Here’s a trailer with a few highlights…
Adam Silvestri – Guitar, Vocals
Scott Campbell – Drums
Michael Hesslein – Keys
Tyler Ridgon – Guitar
Sam Gehrke – Bass
“Unborn Ghosts” Mini Doc Out Now!
Here’s a little behind the scenes look at the ideas and work that went into creating “Unborn Ghosts”.
Videography: Adam Cohen
Editor: Joaquin Portocarero
Interviewer: Job Janicke
Recorded at Vibromonk Studio in Brooklyn, NY
Nomination for Breakout Artist 2020
BTRtoday Premiere “Out in the Night” Live Acoustic Video Session
BTRtoday has just premiered the live acoustic video session for my tune “Out in the Night”! SO PSYCHED to finally share this with you all. Thank you Elena Childers for the great write up! “Using his acoustic guitar to emphasize the vulnerability and intimacy at the core of his songs, Adam Silvestri—aka Radiator King—truly warms you up with “Out In The Night.” Check it out here!
Livestream Saturday 11/21
Cover of “Generator” by Bad Religion
Here’s a cover of my favorite Bad Religion song “Generator” recorded remotely with my friend Noah Hoffeld on cello.
If you’ve heard the original version of this tune then you know this take on it is much different but that just goes to show that a great song is a great song and will stand on it’s own stripped down to only the bare components. Hope you enjoy!
“Unborn Ghosts” Charting on Radio!
“Unborn Ghosts” Out Today!
Friends, my new album “Unborn Ghosts” is out today! Listen/buy here:
I don’t care what anybody says, full albums are still important to me and I know they still are to many of you out there. I am extremely grateful for those of you who have shown support for the album so far, thank you from the bottom of my heart. So much hard work went into making this what it is and I’m extremely proud of the end result. I consider myself very fortunate to be surrounded by so many talented friends who contributed in making “Unborn Ghosts” come to life. If you have the time I’d love for you to listen and don’t forget to turn it up loud!