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Pop / Rock 15/08/2006

WIRED ALL WRONG Sets September 12 Release Date

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LOS ANGELES, CA (WIRED ALL WRONG WEBSITE) - Matt Mahaffey (formerly of sElf) and Jeff Turzo (formerly of GLU) have joined forces as WIRED ALL WRONG, a perfect musical blending that entices and captivates you upon the very first beat. Although the group's debut album, "Break Out The Battle Tapes," is set for release on September 12th through Nitrus Records, the band is already receiving both radio and movie soundtrack attention.

Their first single, "Lost Angeles," has already been added to the playlist of hipster LA radio station, Indy 103.1, while a second track, "Elevatin'," has been chosen to appear in the new Warren Miller film, "Off The Grid," set for release in late Winter.

Separately, Mahaffey and Turzo have made quite a mark for themselves through their individual production work. Turzo was the man behind Paul Oakenfold's "Ready, Steady, Go!" and has had a hand in remixing for artists such as Rob Zombie, Bloodhound Gang, Lord of Acid, Korn and Smashmouth. Mahaffey has lent his production skills to everyone from Beyonce to Phantom Planet - in addition to his other part-time job as touring guitarist for Beck.

Whether making music together for their debut album or using their stellar production skills on the highly anticipated release of Hellogoodbye's "Zombies! Aliens! Vampires! Dinosaurs!," the team of Mahaffey and Turzo are set to rock your world.

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