Like a culture in a petri dish, adapting and growing into the best possible version of itself. enter Monkeybite. hailing from the sprawl known as Long Island, You have been lied to. Misled. Misinformed. Rock and roll isn't dead. in fact, it's far from it. Far from the reaches of the mainstream rock and roll thrives just outside the festering rock and roll Sodom known as New York City, Monkeybite has been cultured in the petri dish of rock and roll. Long Island has no shortage of garages, and Monkeybite has been clamoring through them as well as venues and backyards across NYC, Long Island, New Jersey, CT, and Pennsylvania. Claiming influences as diverse as Led Zeppelin and the Strokes to Motown and Wu Tang Clan, Monkeybite are the real deal. Combining razor sharp guitar riffs with throbbing basslines and meticulously crafted drums. Monkeybite brings the ruckus in all the right ways. Elements of classic rock, punk, indie, garage, funk, hip hop, and even jazz have seeped into their musical DNA and created something wholly original. With a live show like a stick of dynamite on the verge of exploding in your face and studio work that has to be heard to be believed, Monkeybite seems poised to take the next step.