INT "Pops" Up on Long Island
A local hip-hop/pop group, INT, is currently touring the New York and surrounding region after completing their debut album, "Hip Pop," earlier this year.
Recorded at Cove City Sound Studios in Glen Cove, "Hip Pop" has been called "impressively slick stuff" by Newsday and "very pro, not bad for a young bunch of local boys" by Aural Fix Communique.
INT is a four-member group hailing from towns and cities on Long Island. Their music combines the sounds of R&B, Hip-Hop, Pop and Rap and looks to appeal to all ages. The boys are currently filling out performance dates for 2005, with shows throughout Long Island, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and beyond.
Stephen "ABBS" Abbondandolo, 19, of Glen Cove; Frank "BoZ" Bossio, 20, of Woodbury; Donnie "D-Braz" Klang, 20, of Levittown; and Kevin "KP" Pabon, 18, also from Levittown, round out the group.
Upcoming performances include the All-Access Lounge at Z-100's Zootopia on May 22, the American Cancer Society Relay For Life at Sachem East High School in Farmingville on June 4, and the Boulton Center in Bay Shore on June 25. A full list of concert dates and appearances can be found on their website, www.intmusic.com.