Los Angeles, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 04/15/2015 -- As a new and alternative funk and rap trio located in the very heart of Corona, California, Love Hunt is making an impact on the world's music industry. They produce music that is well-liked by the young generation.
The Love Hunt band was established by three guys in Corona, California in 2014. They are Mark Krizsan, guitar, Marc McBean, bass, and Noah Vergura, drums. They have now announced the release of their new six songs, from their EP that will be available for download for one week only.
Love Hunt started to release songs a month ago, producing a new song each week. Their first release is called Budapest, using Hungary for inspiration where the band's frontman lived for several years. Their second song Amy Amy is the most commercial pop sounding tune. Little Miss Kiss is their third song, and the entire six song EP is to be available on iTunes and their website. It is produced by Bob Burch, who is an award winning producer.
The artists are mostly inspired by Red Hot Chili Peppers, but they have some great music heritage in their families. The Noah's father was an aspiring drummer in the Dove Award winning band East West, who transmitted his love to drums and rocking out to his son.
Noah and Mark Krizsan, the trio's frontman, have been friends since preschool, but later Mark moved to Hungary, where he was inspired by the multiple talents before him. However, his unique fusion of rock, rap, funk and singing enables him to make a name in the industry, using catchy melodies, clever riffs and versatile lyrics. His style engages the attention of the masses.
Marc McBean is the trio's dreamer, who knows how to take advantage of the opportunities that open before the band. Playing the bass, he makes the audience get down on the floor and dance.
To find out more about the Love Hunt band and their new EP, please visit http://www.lovehuntmusic.com/index2.html.
About Love Hunt
Love Hunt is a group formed together by true friendship. Their music sets them apart from other bands.