"A cocktail of rock, punk, metal and psych-pop." - Performer Magazine, Mar. 2006 The Radishes are a San Francisco/Los Angeles based band with a sound that has been described as Nirvana meets Motorhead. Other influences include such high-energy units as The White Stripes, The Stooges, The Pixies, The Hives, Artic Monkeys, Flipper, and NIN, with hooky, angular guitar lines, ferocious vocals, relentless drumming, and a unique, darkly ironic approach to songwriting. The band is comprised of multi-instrumentalist, vocalist and writer Paul Stinson, producer, multi-instrumentalist and general wunderkind Scrote (Baby Snufkin, Casino Royale) and a revolving cast of drummers including Earl Harvin (The The, Art of Noise), Steve Calhoon (Pretendo, Frank Black) and Ryan Brown. Both the Sophia EP and Good Machine were mixed by famed engineer Mark Needham (known most recently for his work with The Killers, Hot Hot Heat and Stevie Nicks) in L.A.