Sink to See
Sink to See was set in motion when two art school students, Jason Napier and Dony West began their songwriting partnership. Their guitar heavy, emotionally-driven indie style, and DIY attitude, helped them garner attention on the local college scene in Columbus, Ohio. In January, 2001 the band uprooted from the Midwest and made their way to Los Angeles, adding Shawn Bathe on bass. In recent years, Sink to See has experienced a significant amount of commercial success, getting spins on LA’s prevailing radio station – the world-famous KROQ, music placements on networks such as MTV and Nickelodeon, and opening for popular alt-rock bands such as IMA Robot, The Violent Femmes, The Breeders and Black Rebel Motorcycle Club.