Wednesday, January 20, 2010

motae

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Oregon's motae is a four piece latin, jazz, progressive rock band that is pursuing an original sound with sincere resolve. They have drawn members from many backgrounds and ideals under the cause of music for the sake of music.

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Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Tourmaline

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Tourmaline is the best kind of good times, really loud, often drunk and propelling their way through the NJ/NY music scene winning over fans one show at a time. The Swindle, produced by Grammy winning producer Joe McGrath and well received, is an impressive, melodic and edgey album. Keep any eye out for their next.

Sunday, January 10, 2010

Blowing Trees

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Blowing Trees pack clubs in San Antonio and built a legion of loyal fans that have come to appreciate their intense live performances. With influences ranging from Bob Dylan to Radiohead to Pink Floyd to The Flaming Lips, they avoid imitation and have a knack for blending styles into a unique, cohesive and memorable sound.

Blowing Trees' self-titled debut album, released by Glassnote Records and produced by Blue October platinum producer David Castell, captures their no-holds-bar eclectic style with a dynamic structure. The Day the World Left Me roars with relevancy and reverberates long after the song is over. California Skies is so visceral that you feel convinced you are driving down the Pacific Coast Highway. Take a sonic Rock tour with Blowing Trees and prepare to go off the beaten path.

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Friday, January 8, 2010

Dragonfly Lingo

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This is what happens when a film/music producer hits a dry spell and remembers an idea he once had to marry his passion for music with that of cinema. Dragonfly Lingo's album, Offscreen, creates a film-music interaction that is very deep, dark, dynamic and catchy.

Circles, inspired by Francis Ford Coppola’s 'The Conversation', was nominated for Hollywood Music in Media Awards (HMMA 2009) in the Production/Producer category.

Friday, January 1, 2010

Chiwawa

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Some call Chiwawa post-modern, post-punk, electro-acoustic hybrid, others call it simply rock or pop. The musicians' wide musical background delivers a rich and seductive sound with infectious grooves.

Chiwawa’s core is Laurie, the daughter of Hungarian immigrants, and Krassy, born and raised in communist Bulgaria. Within three months of their meeting, Krassy was being deported and Laurie had no choice but to save the band. What started out as a "greencard marriage" blossomed from desperate measures into true love and the couple settled into the Bohemian culture of Montreal, Canada.

 
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