Based in Miami, Florida No Traffik are an American rock band dealing in fits of sonic discordance. Formed in the South Florida area in 2012 primarily as an outlet for the musings of vocalist Chris Clark. Early line ups saw the band experimenting with a sound that fused the garage fuzz tone of Sonic Youth and Pixies with unpredictable outbursts of Punk and Metal. The roster would be solidified with the addition of Ryan Mcleod, later moving to lead guitar from drums, while Wes Hoskins and Nick Avila would be recruited for drums and bass. 2014 saw the band forge ahead with the release of the 'alternative' leaning "All Lanes Open" E.P., following up with the 2015 single "Can't Live". By the time of 2017 the "Miami 4" refocused their efforts to unify musical exploration and visual arts. Now with the recording underway for their first full length LP, traces of their garage rock roots were all but gone in favor of a more heavy, brooding sound that recalled bands like Tool and Soundgarden.
No Traffik emerged with new material, debuting their new live sound with sparse performances throughout the rest of 2017 and 2018. Having been described by those in attendance as "intense journeys of tonal bliss."