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Lemonade

LemonadePowered by Audioscrobbler™There is more than one artist with this name:

1) Only two weeks into their existence, San Francisco-based psych-electronic trio Lemonade coalesced remarkably fast and performed their first show in 2005. The group- comprised of childhood friends Callan Clendenin (vocals), Alex Pasternak (percussion) and Ben Steidel on bass-did not have grand expectations for the project outside of exploring their shared vision of a place that they have never been: a fantasy landscape that is at once gritty and pristine, tropical and foreboding.

Inspired initially by their interest in drone music, dancehall, and Pasternak's training in Arab and Latin music, they allowed spontaneity, improvisation and intuition to be their fulcrum, allowing them to experience the energy of music-making without having to adapt to the expectations of a rock band. They have since incorporated influences from the spectrum of electronic music, taking cues from the burgeoning UK grime and dubstep scenes, as well as acid house, minimal techno, and the early 'ardkore anthems of Suburban Bass and XL Recordings. While rooted in DIY/hardcore pathos, Lemonade has come to embrace elements of rave culture historically unpopular in the punk community.

2) Lemonade started in 1997 releasing demoscene music. In 2001 he released chip music disk that had tracks made during years 1998-2000. Nowadays he's still active in demoscene.


3) Visual-kei band formed in 1995. The band released their first album "Yume Shichiya (夢七夜) Welcome to My Nightmare in 1996. They disbanded in 1998.
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