Chameleon Culture

Formed in October 2014, Chameleon Culture is an experimental rock band out of Boston, MA making waves with their innovative sound and intricate lyrics. With a highly anticipated full-length album scheduled to be released in January 2016, accompanied by an eccentrically immersive live show- these old souled lizards are stirring up a storm in Boston as well as New York.

Front man Alec Gaston & guitarist Charlie Kendall have played in several bands together including Aphrolove, a futuristic soul band that Jamie Howell, (drums) & Tony Solis (bass) of Chameleon Culture played in as well alongside singer-songwriter Sterling-Rhyne Sherman. Aphrolove has had success in New York & Boston and have shared the stage with Malcolm-Jamal Warner of the Cosby show and singer-songwriter extraordinaire Ryan Scott. - Aphrolove live @ Rockwood Music Hall

Before Aphrolove, Gaston and Kendall traveled & performed with artist "Skyler" and had the privilege of opening for The Goo Goo Dolls, The Plain White-Tees and Daughtry at New Hampshire's Meadowbrook Arena in 2014. -

Indie Rock band Oh, Great Intentions was the first group Gaston & Kendall played in together. They only released one E.P. before disbanding in 2014 but garnered a diverse fan-base during their run as well as film scoring interest from "Far Enough For Now." Chameleon Culture engineer/producer Aresh Banaji has been working with Gaston & Kendall since Oh, Great Intentions.

Jamie Howell & Tony Solis also play in psychedelic funk group Phat Būtz & they are scheduled to release their debut record this year as well.

Multi-Instrumentalist Chase Potter joined the ranks just before Chameleon Culture entered the studio to record their full-length album "Between Memories & Imagination" in February 2015. Chase is an incredibly versatile and active musician on stage and in the studio. With a discography ranging from his own singer-songwriter career to various genres including but not limited to folk, indie, pop, jazz, rock and funk, Chase brings an arsenal of experience and influence to the 'Culture.' [+]