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From 1990 to 1998 Adam Franklin was the singer, guitarist and main songwriter for London-based Swervedriver; contemporaries of and label mates with My Bloody Valentine and Ride but with a more adrenalized rock 'n' roll sound, showing flashes of Husker ...
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Athenaeum was an alternative pop rock four-piece band from Greensboro, North Carolina, USA formed in 1990 at an eighth grade dance by Nic Brown and Mark Kano. After home recording demos in 1994 entitled "The Unofficial Demo", In 1995 Athenaeum ...
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18 years and 8 previous Bettie Serveert albums (including their 1998 limited edition set of Velvet Underground covers, Venus In Furs) have passed since Bettie Serveert first formed in Amsterdam, yet they continue to evolve. After a false start in ...
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Massive success and its aftermath have sent many artists into oblivion, forever trying to recapture the moment when the world first bowed at their feet. That moment came for Brian Vander Ark when, as the lead singer and principal songwriter ...
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Untitled #23 is the new album by the church. It's a haunting, dark, thrilling, ecstatic, melodic psychedelic journey in ten unforgettable pieces. To put it another way, Untitled #23 is the latest instalment in one of the longest, richest unbroken ...
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One of the most distinctive and celebrated producers of his time, Daniel Lanois was also a gifted composer and solo artist; whether performing his own material or helming records for the likes of U2, Bob Dylan and Peter Gabriel, the ...
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In this age of the Darwinian superheros--an entertainer is supposed to do it all, effortlessly. With only so much talent spread oh-so-thin, of course, the ranks are now replenished with the talentless--a bunch of people who can’t sing captivate the ...
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Emm Gryner is a Canadian pop/rock singer, actor, writer and radio host. She won the Canadian Music Publisher’s Songwriting Scholarship, the Radiostar Songwriting Contest and has been nominated three times for a Juno Award (twice for Best Pop Album). Gryner ...
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FINGER was a guitar-driven rock band from Raleigh, NC active in the first half of the 90’s evoking the musical styles and inspiration of The Rolling Stones, Neil Young & Crazy Horse, Johnny Thunders, and The Dream Syndicate. Well-crafted and ...
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There's a space between dreaming and waking, a space rife with revelatory moments that can be fleeting, but still have a great impact. With The Hollow of Morning, Gemma Hayes has created an ideal soundtrack for that space, with a ...
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Mark Kano is a musician from Greensboro, NC. He is most widely known as the lead singer, songwriter and guitarist for the band Athenaeum, who were signed to Atlantic Records. In 1998 Kano's song "What I Didn't Know" climbed to ...
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Marty Willson-Piper has an eloquent new album. Nightjar is set for imminent release in North America on Second Motion Records in conjunction with Marty’s own In Deep label. After two diverse albums from his on going Noctorum collaboration in 2003 ...
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New Model Army played their first gig in Bradford on October 23rd 1980. Its founding members were Justin Sullivan, Stuart Morrow and Phil Tompkins. The threesome had already been together for a couple of years in a number of Bradford ...
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Odds are a Canadian alternative rock band that achieved commercial success in the 1990s. The band's power pop style is frequently compared to that of American contemporaries such as Matthew Sweet. (The band is sometimes referred to as The Odds, ...
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Following on from their recent reunion and a very successful U.S tour in 2008, after 10 years away Swervedriver are back! As one of the finest bands from the so-called "shoegaze" scene in the mid "90"s Their music is often ...
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photo credit: DB Leonard, Woodstock NY
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Tommy Keene, 2015

After nearly 30 years in the music business, you might expect someone like Tommy Keene ...

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The Walls are from Dublin, Ireland. 1998 – 2000 Brothers Steve and Joe Wall (previously of The Stunning) returned to Ireland after a two-year failed label stint in London. Their Camden housemate Carl Harms joined the band on guitar and ...
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Noctorum is Marty Willson-Piper and Dare Mason
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Formerly known as Harp Magazine, Blurt On-Line is one of the industry leading sources for music and entertainment news. Blurt Magazine is published twice a year and is available nationally at newstands and retail outlets, including all Barnes & Nobles ...
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STREAM THE ALBUM "YEARLING" BY GOING HERE: http://soundcloud.com/woodtone-1/sets/yearlingdeluxe

 

The ginger-haired Portland, OR band to release a deluxe version of Yearling featuring six bonus tracks and liner notes

(January 22, 2013; Second Motion Records)

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Tonk is a country band from Raleigh, NC.
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Daniel and Danny Chavis are natives of Raleigh/ Chapel Hill, North Carolina and East Village residents for the past 28 years.  They are also co-founders of the groundbreaking band The Veldt, along with drummer ...

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The stage is set for Happy Abandon to be a ground-breaking group” (Paste Magazine)

Happy Abandon is an orchestral indie rock band, based out of Chapel Hill, NC.  Formed in 2015, the band members met as students, at the University ...

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