MELLOW BRAVO IS A ROCK N ROLL BAND FROM BOSTON!
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Mike and the Moonpies are a prime example that classic country is still going strong in 2012. Their regular appearances at Austin’s White Horse are already legendary, and they have quite a cultural melting pot (no pun intended) at their shows. Suffice it to say, if Austin’s famous ‘70s live music venue, the Armadillo World Headquarters, was still around, they’d fit right in. No matter where you catch Mike and the Moonpies, they make any joint feel like a good ol’ Texas honky-tonk. Just make sure you come ready to dance!\' ~Stewart Ramser (Texas Music Magazine).
Mompox began in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in the summer of 2008 with an objective in mind: to create a band of several singer-songwriters in which 50\'s American pop and 60\'s psychedelic rock can be mixed together with modern sound experimentation. In the summer of 2009, they began to record their first album in various studios of Buenos Aires (Panda, El Pie, Mandarina) with the participation of over twenty guest musicians. \"Mompox & The Big Umbrella\" is released in January 2010 independently.
Forming (ca. 2009) from mists of solid-state polished chrome out of cavity closets, Mood Rings fought against the constraints of modern/shit desk programs to create a new name for themselves in the basements and damp sections of Atlanta. Guitarist / Singer / Songwriter Will Fussell stands, outlined in brick and neon, whispering faded tones into the busted echo box. The guitar tones resulting from his interactions with Tymb Gratz might remind you of a molded cassette of Felt or Durutti Column.
COME FLY WITH US! (Reuters) These are some of the interesting things you’ll see on your next long distance flight, courtesy of My Education: -Bukowski’s gin-soaked bars, where Mickey Rourke orders more libations for his boon companions -The half-pipes, grind rails, and bad haircuts of Mr. 1986 -The midi-enhanced cavemen of Roboter-Hohlenbewohner -The final testimonials of the pilots of doomed airliners -A frenetic and violent outburst from a laboratory golem
One couple's attempt to build a "tiny house" smaller than the average parking space with no construction experience raises questions about sustainability and good design, the nature of home, and the changing American Dream. Directors: Christopher Smith, Merete Mueller
Bernice and Fontayne grew up so tight they could ‘go for sisters’. After twenty years apart, they are reunited when Bernice is assigned to be Fontayne’s parole officer- just when she needs help on the wrong side of the law. Director/Screenwriter: John Sayles Cast: Edward James Olmos, LisaGay Hamilton, Yolonda Ross
Nobody Beats The Drum are in the front line of Dutch electronic dance music. The three-piece electro outfit consists of Sjam Sjamsoedin, Jori Collignon, and Rogier van der Zwaag sharing the stage. While Sjam and Jori produce all the music Rogier produces all the video projections. Together, the trio delivers a uniquely unforgettable live audio/visual experience that has brought them high praise from trendsetters such as Kanye West, Vice Magazine and more. NBTD
Georgia native Christopher Wallace moved to Oklahoma to meet Logan Smith so that they could become Lucious Coldstone and Jim Dexter. Matthew Oakley fell into the picture soon after acting as manager/filmmaker for the band Thomas Fox was added to the lineup as Lead Guitarist and Mixing Engineer
Declan O’Rourke was a latecomer to the Dublin singer-songwriter scene. But, in his mid-twenties, within months of discovering Dublin’s bustling songwriter open-mic circuit, O’Rourke found himself in the mix with the likes of Paddy Casey, Gemma Hayes, Damian Rice and many other Irish singer-songwriters. In 2004, Declan released his debut album, Since Kyabram. ‘Galileo (Someone Like You),’ his debut single, has been covered by numerous artists including Josh Groban, and performed by Paul Weller and Chris Rea.