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

For May we have sessions plus special shows - one related to Nirvana and the other the city of Sydney

Artist Info

Coming Soon

Coming Soon
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™3 artists under the name Coming Soon

1/ Taking in West Coast French anti-folk band with vocal performances that variously recall the drained baritone of Leonard Cohen and Moldy Peaches as fronted by Suggs, the debut album by this French seven-piece (who’ve busked in Covent Garden) is all over the place in the very best of ways. Ages range from 15 to 26, subjects from kissing like Jack Nicholson to the brand of blues specifically associated with baking pies for your mother’s third wedding.
They signed to Kitchen Music from Paris, these young troubadours make you dance, think and smile.
2/ Latvian heavy rock band, from Liepaja, formed in late 2005. Known for mixing rock and metal with electronica and techno. Currently consists of Uldis Kalns, Roberts Dinters, Kristofers Knesis, Eriks Hanzovskis and Kristaps Leitis.
3/ Coming Soon is a Dutch techno producers duo.
Mirko van Dommelen and Berry van Gardingen are responsible for 'Ozonic' on Michel de Hey's EC records. Early aliases are: Be Squared and Modular.

4. Coming Soon is also the project of Udi Biton (Cycle Sphere) & Irad Brant (Switch, half of a Blink) from Tel Aviv, both producing and playing Progressive Trance / Psy Trance.

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