New York, NY (Top40 Charts)
From his inception in January of 2020, Zadar has released two scathing Post-Punk singles off of his upcoming debut album, The Upstairs Room.
His sound encapsulates the early 80s Post-Punk and Gothic Rock sound but with a unique twist as only Zadar can provide.
The artists who influenced Zadar the most would have to be The Sisters Of Mercy, The Cure, Siouxsie and the Banshees, New Order, and Glynn McCann, whose DIY ethic was a big inspiration to him as well. He's been listening to these bands and artists for so long that they've become part of who he is. There are also a lot of newer bands that have carried on the Post-Punk and Gothic Rock genres that have had an effect on him as well that are worth mentioning, such as Drab Majesty, Interpol, She Past Away, and early Editors.
Zadar feels compelled to have music in his life. Music
has been his passion from an early age, although he didn't start taking music lessons until much later on. Playing music helps him clear his head and gives him a sense of satisfaction at having created something. Not only is music fun but it's helped Zadar get through some tough times and he is forever grateful to the bands he loves for helping him get through that.
On His New Single:
"This is the title track to my upcoming album, The Upstairs Room. I chose this as the second single because I felt it was one of the tracks that best represented the overall themes and ideas behind the album. The title has a dual meaning to it. It represents the room where I recorded these songs and it also represents the "room" in your mind. Your thoughts, feelings, desires, regrets, people from the past, etc, and how sometimes you can feel trapped in your own mind. Thanks for listening and I hope you enjoy it."