to their music.
Callum Byron’s distinctive voice, which can be recognised by anyone, is perfect for leading Live
Transmission. It resembles post-punk singers such as Ian Curtis and Ian McCulloch. This is backed up
by Sam Hepworth’s unique and talented guitar techniques, which provide the dominant melodic rhythm
guitar and catchy solos for lead lines in their original material. Gary Corran’s bass guitar is weaved
appropriately into Alan Jacob’s drums, giving the band a tight low frequency. These bass lines also give
a solid foundation for the band to build on in their music. Finally, Alan Jacob can fit his outstanding drum
skills around each song perfectly, which ultimately has a tremendous impact on the genre and style of
the song. His drumming style is influenced by some of the drumming greats such as John Bonham and
Alex Van Halen, mixed with his personal favourites, Ronnie Vannucci Jr and Roger Taylor.