Filmspeed fluctuated between indie, pop-punk and hard rock with clear influences in the funk genre, which made for an entertaining show. The band’s stage infectious spirit was impressive and it showed their potential to command a larger stage.
— Music Connection
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Two parts Motown, one part Tinseltown, all parts moving. This is how Detroit power trio Filmspeed describe their intricate sound. Comprised of Craig Broomba (vocals, guitars), Nick Stout (bass, guitar, backup vocals), and Oliver Dobrian (drums, backup vocals), Filmspeed combines blood pumping anthems, melodic hooks, and soulful grooves to create a sound that is uniquely their own, as evident in their album “Hexadecimal.” The name stems on a reflection of memories and past events that tell a story from your point of view. The band explains, “[memories] always comes in bits and pieces like chopped up scenes from a movie about yourself. As more crazy things happen in this life, the more you’re living at the speed of a film; Filmspeed.”

Filmspeed successfully created an album that merges various genres and music styles... Hexadecimal is an album you don’t want to miss out on, as it blends genres and stands out within the alternative genre as something entirely unique.
— Infectious Magazine
Simply put, the music is sublime and the distinct power within just hooks the listener with endless ease.
— Punchland