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'Broadcast One' - Dandelion Radio's 1st compilation album

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Signal

Signal
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™There are at least thirteen artists with this name
1. US aor/melodic rock band
2. An experimental music group from New York, United States
3. A visual kei band from Japan
4. A drum and bass group from Washington DC, United States
5. An ambient/glitch music collaboration by Raster-noton
6. A synthpop musician from Sweden
7. A chiptune group
8. An electronic duo from Finland
9. A rock band from Utah, United States
10. A psytrance group from Sweden
11. A rock band from Bulgaria
12. A rock band from Mongolia (called as Сигнал)
13. A drum and bass artist from Rotterdam, Netherlands
14. A NYC punk rock band.


1) US AOR band formed in 1989.

2) NYC’s new-music supergroup (aka Signal Ensemble), created to perform contemporary compositions for large ensembles (13-30 musicians), combining the flexibility / intimacy of chamber music, with the power / sonic variety of a compact orchestra. Led by Brad Lubman, one of the foremost conductors of new music, Signal includes all of So Percussion, plus members of Alarm Will Sound, the Chamber Music Society (of Lincoln Center, Gutbucket), Shara Worden (of My Brightest Diamond) & other leading New York ensembles. Signal made its first appearances earlier this year at the ‘Bang on a Can Marathon’ (NYC), earning praise from The New York Times for its “auspicious debut, a powerful account of Steve Reich’s Daniel Variations,” & at the ‘Ojai Music Festival’ (CA), where it was lauded for “deeply committed performances” (MusicalAmerica.com) of “gripping vehemence” (LA Times).

Sites: SignalEnsemble.org (official)

3) Signal : A visual kei-band from Japan, consisting of 百合 (Yuri) on vocals, ルア (Rua) and ShinyA on guitars, SHION on bass and Korey on drums. They began with some "secret events" in April 2011 with Yuri, Rua, SHION and Korey. ShinyA, who was a support guitarist, became an official member 12th August 2011.

DISCOGRAPHY:
2011.06.10 『M・E・L・T』(1st Maxi Single)
2011.12.15 『M・E・L・T -piano arrange-』(Live Distributed Limited CD)
2011.12.21 『GLOW BACK OVER SCARS』(2nd Maxi Single)
2012.05.17 『CHAIN』(1st Mini Album)
2012.05.17 『未発表曲-Unrelease Song Demo ver-』(Demo ver CD when purchasing 『CHAIN』 via OHP / Live / Like an Edison)

Sites: Web-Signal.com/top.htm (official)

4) A drum & bass / electronic music producer out of Washington DC, has been involved in dance music for over a decade, releasing on major labels under such other pseudonyms as Robot Death Squad and .Lotus.

5) Collaboration between ambient/abstract Raster-Noton artists Alva Noto, Frank Bretschneider & Byetone.

6) Swedish analog synth fetishist. Likes to mess with sounds live & improvised.

7) Chiptune act, e.g.s Blue Bomber’s Return & Storming the Fortress.

8) A Finnish electronic duo.

9) Utah rock act.

10) Swedish psytrance artist from Schlabbaduerst Rekkords tour

11. A rock band from Bulgaria

12. A rock band from Mongolia (called as Сигнал)

13. A drum and bass artist from Rotterdam, Netherlands

14. A NYC punk rock band. SIGNAL’s members met in the fall of 2016 and bonded over feeling like outsiders in New York City’s punk scene. They decided to form their own kind of punk band, and found a natural chemistry -- and importantly, trust in each others' playing -- which allowed them to write songs in an open environment that encouraged the members' input and intuition. In their very first practices, they wrote the powerful “Park After Dark,” a song about the protests on the Brooklyn Bridge in 2014 following the deaths of Eric Garner, Akai Gurley, Tamir Rice and others. This song was featured on an ACLU benefit compilation double LP released by Wharf Cat Records in 2018 and showed a band fusing influences, breaking punk rules and creating something singular and euphoric. This track, along with sporadic live performances over the course of 2017 and early 2018, introduced an exciting new punk band and left fans wanting more. Good thing they entered Kutch 1 Studios to record their debut EP, recording to tape with Bono Melendrez on the boards, for release on Ramp Local in the summer of 2018.
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