Brite Lite Brite
Saturday, August 9th
Composed of award-winning singer-songwriter Andrea Stankevitch and electronics master Luke Johnson, both alumni of Berklee College of Music, Brite Lite Brite has taken live electronic music production and performance to new levels by creating innovative technologies and techniques for live sound design and real-time production. Brite Lite Brite will be performing at Lollapalooza this summer on August 2, 2013, opening for headlining acts The Cure, Mumford & Sons, The Killers, and Nine Inch Nails.
No stranger to the festival circuit, Brite Lite Brite played Virgin Mobile FreeFest in 2010, opening for headlining acts M.I.A., Joan Jett, Matt & Kim, LCD Soundsystem, and Ludacris, after receiving the nod from thousands of “Book the Band” voters and Virgin Mobile’s panel of judges. Brite Lite Brite is currently in the studio recording their second album, Stalker, which is coming soon.
Brite Lite Brite’s “Sky Turns Red” was lauded with the grand prize in the electronica category in the 2007 John Lennon Songwriting contest and the dynamic sonic duo’s “Now That You’re Around” and “Radioactive Love” were semi-finalists in the 2008 and 2011 International Songwriting Competition, respectively. Brite Lite Brite won the grand prize in the electronic category for “I Lost My Heart Tonight” at the 2010 100% Music Songwriting Contest and also took home the second place prize in the contest overall.
MTV selected Brite Lite Brite to open for Locksley in the MTV Choose or Lose Tour in the Fall of 2008, Platform One Entertainment selected Brite Lite Brite as part of their Spring 2009 Campus Music Invasion program, and Brite Lite Brite was selected to perform in August 2009 at Born to Play: LIVE Acoustic Performances in 700+ Gap Stores, the largest-ever simultaneous live acoustic music event, hosted by GAP.
Brite Lite Brite was selected by Skopemag.com “Artists To Watch” Feature in Spring 2009 and selected by SPIN magazine as 1 of 8 undiscovered bands worth a listen, hand-picked by SPIN.com staffers from more than 500 submissions around the world.