Atabey is a 5 piece Pop Punk, Post-hardcore band from New York. They have played numerous shows which include co-headlining Webster Hall more than once, performing at the Knitting Factory in Brooklyn, New York and Arlene's Grocery Store where bands such as Saosin have played before.
Atabey began in 2007 When vocalist, Eddie James and bassist Josh Agudo decided to put together a band that defined uniqueness, creativity and rebellious music.
The journey began when both men recruited Jessie Rodriguez as their guitarist, Manny Colon as their lead guitarist and Nija Walker as their drummer.
With diverse, influential musical taste, all 5 musicians put together melodic, detailed and inspiring music for everyone to enjoy. With a growing fan base and popularity among the New York Music local scene, Atabey has then continued to impress fans with vigorous live performances and stimulating, captivating, melodic lyrical and musical structures.
Atabey draws the influences from acts such as Finch, My Chemical Romance, The Used and Senses Fail.
Who wants an Atabey CD? $5 each.
So we currently need your help and support to get our name out there. In order to expand our fan base, we need you to help spread the word about Atabey
We’re 5 strong, talented and creative musicians who want nothing more but to create and share music in which you can all enjoy.
The way you guys can help is by simply telling all of your friends to ”LIKE” our Facebook fan page and give us a listen. (Click ”Music” on our Facebook page and or, check us out on Youtube)
For anyone who are fans of Finch, Senses Fail, The Used and others a long those lines, we’d be your perfect fit to your list of favorite bands or at least we’d hope so. ;)
We also want you to follow us on Twitter ( https://twitter.com/atabeytheband )
Subscribe to us on Youtube ( https://youtube.com/atabeytheband )
And of course, follow us on Tumblr.
We want to thank you all who are willing to help and support our band. We are forever thankful and appreciative of your love and support. Thank you! Much love! And Good Karma!