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Bands in small print


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Written on: 21.05.2013 12:40
Themster
Posts: 16
I have a couple of suggestions.

My two favorites and must hear:

Chinese Man: Mashup of funk, house, jazz, reggae and hip hop the French DJ collective makes the party spin from their turntables.

Parquet Courts: A neat mixture of punk and indie rock from both sides of the Atlantic

Other suggestions:

Jake Bugg: His songs take the best of 60s folk and 90s Brit rock and mould their own melodic blues.
The Lumineers: Hear the tune called Submarines, they are much more than just Hey Ho
Quadron: Sure enough the Danish duo are born with a flair for the creation of sexy satin soul and R&B.
King Tuff: All the tunes are written, sung and served with an attitude that incarnates 60es and 70es melodic golden age of rock. Prepare for a dose of rock from a major talent, who’s obviously head over heels in love with the genre.
Ondatrópica: This party is full of warm vibes, aimed at both your ears and dancing shoes.

[This article was edited 2 times, at last 21.05.2013 at 12:41.]
Written on: 09.06.2013 08:11
Fredde
Posts: 824
Haven't really done my homework until lately, and I got stuck on a german band called
The Blue Angel Lounge.

Apart from the video in the band presentation, this is an idea on how they sound live, perfect rounding off at 2am on a friday.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2EcTApLCNAU

Kid Koala also seems pretty different and a bit wild.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T2NMwRHO3oc
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XZ7UVTbGzUY

[This article was edited 3 times, at last 09.06.2013 at 09:21.]
Written on: 09.06.2013 11:38
Fredde
Posts: 824
TMaagaard wrote:

Wallu wrote:

If one´s looking for a party, The Soul Rebels should be a guaranteed one...
And yes, looks like Bixiga 70 is another.


Just listened to The Soul Rebels. I'll definitely go to their show icon_biggrin.gif


Caught on to them today as well.
What are the odds they'll even play some Metallica?? 1.01.
Hell, there might even be a chance the guys in Metallica goes on stage with them...how wild would THAT be?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qmOFM7ecKYM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=46ZGBGya33s WITH Metallica!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e9muBVjx3_w


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