The Long Island-based pop/rock quartet Ultra Great Regularity owes its existence to skatepunk a lot more than other like-minded bands. When youth close friends, frontman Frank Fussa and bassist/vocalist Christopher Johanidesz, had been within their mid-teens they fulfilled Jon Tehel (guitars/vocals) and Dennis Joseph (drums, vocals) at a skate camp. After Fussa confident them which the melodies he previously been hearing in his mind since age group four were worthy of putting actual audio to, he previously his band. Nonetheless it wouldn’t end up being until 2001 — half-a-decade afterwards — which the group started producing the significantly catchy music they have since become known for through the entire Northeast. Mixing considerable vintage acoustic guitar riffs with rough-edged harmonies and an old-school, ’60s-flavored feeling of tight-bandedness, UHF appeared destined for big items after the launch of its 2004 debut, Sunlight Never Units in Dramaville. A good response resulted in bigger phases and, in early 2006, an starting slot machine on fellow Very long Island take action Brand New’s feverish tour. Ultra Large Rate of recurrence released its sophomore recording, Matter with time, in June of 2006 using the creation help of Barrett Jones (Foo Fighters, Nirvana, Presidents of america of America).