Yorkshire based band Syteria were formed by Jackie ‘Jax’ Chambers of the legendary Girlschool. Along with Argentinian siblings Julia and Pablo Calvo, completed with Steph Dawson, Syteria began to play the main stages at major UK festivals, gigs around the world and to critical acclaim from music journalists reviewing both studio and live performances.
The Syteria sound mixes elements of modern Pop/Punk energies with the more contemporary Rock anthemic chorus’s, incorporating their 4 part harmonies and using the ancient Solfeggio scale of recording in 432hz instead of the standard 440hz to leave you feeling in tune with the Universe. “
Their debut album ‘Rantobot’ received a nomination and was short listed to the final 5 at the ‘Independent Music Awards’ as well as ranking highly in many on line voting polls for best band in various categories.
Media Quotes:The second album from Syteria, and they’ve shaped a sound and style that now firmly belongs to them.You can still sniff the occasional influence (Girlschool, Suzi Quatro, Blondie), but for the most part this is Syteria shaking off the shackles and letting their talent run riot. The vocal harmonies throughout gives the songs real commercial appeal, but beneath the surface lies grit and fire.Malcolm Dome, Classic Rock,
What they give you are twelve tracks of good time rock and roll which will put you into a happy place, get your head nodding and your feet stomping. This is rock as it should be played. ExcellentB A Martin, Powerplay, 9/10
High speed with a lot of heart, Syteria bring back the fun to rock and rol Paula Frost, Vive Le Rock, 8/10