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The band Audionom was created in the spring of 1999 primarily influenced by german rock from the early seventies, then called krautrock, but also had connections to punkrock. The band played at places like Harvest (lo-fi summer festival), Fylkingen (scene for experimental music), Accelerator (club) and Emmaboda (festival for indie music). Mostly we made gigs at clubs in Stockholm. After three and a half years and many different members coming and going, the band was dispersed, and stayed that way for a year or so. In 2004 the band teamed up again and did some live performances at special occasions. Audionom has released a 7" EP "Audionom"(2001/2002) and a split LP "Audionom/Sickoakes split"(2002) with the postrockgroup Sickoakes and a re...
Azure Blue is the alias for Swedish singer/songwriter, Tobias Isaksson.
Tobias is a talented songwriter and a colorful profile on the Swedish pop scene. His old bands Irene and Laurel Music attracted worldwide recognition, documented from The Allmusic Guide to the blogosphere.
He has released 3 albums under this alias - 2011's Rule of Thirds, 2013's Beyond the Dreams There's Infinite Doubt and 2015's Beneath the Hill I Smell the Sea. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.
Wild and crazy, danceable and swinging, Meine Kleine Deutsche stamps out boredom by grabbing it at the jugular.
Torchbearers of the finest punk sounds from both the 60’s and the 70’s – revised to yesterday’s sounds played today like there’s no tomorrow.
http://www.myspace.com/meinekleinedeutsche Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.
Torres is a promising young talent out of Nashville. Velvet-toned vocals and amped-up guitar fuzz.
TORRES knows the darkness. The Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter otherwise known as Mackenzie Scott waits until anything—an idea, an emotion, a memory—gnaws at her, tearing at her fingers and throat until she releases it in song.
Scott escaped the confines of her churning mind in order to find herself by recording Sprinter in the market town of Bridport in Dorset, England; and then at the Bristol studio of Portishead's Adrian Utley. With his guitar riffs and synthesizers lingering in the background like a lowland mist and PJ Harvey's Robert Ellis and Ian Olliver on rhythm—the two fortuitously reuniting 23 years after t...