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... based Stanford alum before, but I thought her jazzy voice succeeded across several genres. The crowd loved "It's Strange," a Flume-sounding love song (produced by Louis The Child). Random notebook dump: Before "Running With The Boys," Lights read an ... Comment?
The young rockers said the forthcoming launch of their new EP 'Waking the Neighbours' on January 29, followed by a UK-wide tour starting on February 17 was a dream come true. Describing themselves as "a high-energy pop-rock/ pop-punk band with a wide range of influences from pop to metal", the group's rise to stardom was launched last year when they supported Scouting for Girls at the college's Thurrock Campus launch. Comment?
BWW Review: By Elegantly Examining Sexual Duality, David Vernon's Sensitive LOVE: THE CONCERT at the Metropolitan Room Is Singularly Enthralling Strange, enchanted boy David Vernon swept through the Metropolitan Room last Thursday night, greeting guests on his way to the stage. He cut a dashing, old-world figure in his long, fitted coat and austere, angular posture. Comment?
What's in Your Fridge is where the Straight asks interesting Vancouverites about their life-changing concerts, favourite albums, and, most importantly, what's sitting beside the Heinz Ketchup in their custom-made Big Chill Retropolitan 20.6-cubic-foot refrigerators. Comment?
British pop-rock artist Kieran Strange, whose songs focus on topics ranging from zombies, D&D and video gaming to serious issues, will perform at this year's Matsuri, to be held before Otakon 2015. Raised on a variety of music genres above her grandmother's pub in a small fishing village in southern England, Strange left home at 17 to follow her heart. Comment?
... of stripped down, sci-fi themed, head nodding 70's era pop rock. Check out the Moog driven toe-tapper "Traveling Strange" below. LABRYYYNTH's album is available in all formats from PIAPTK . It's also available on cassette from Burger and vinyl from ... Comment?
The L.A. based, Michigan-inspired indie folk four- piece band Lord Huron have transferred the campfire smoke from Gitche Gumee out to California on Strange Trails , their fifth album. The group is part of a new breed of traditionalists like Brandi Carlile, who are taking rural American music and expanding it sonically to connect to listeners looking for new sounds. Comment?
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