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Lebanon Hanover
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Lebanon Hanover

Lebanon Hanover is a post-punk duo based in Berlin, Germany and Newcastle, UK, founded in 2010 by La...

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{"key":"64481","name":"Lebanon Hanover","bio":"Lebanon Hanover is a post-punk duo based in Berlin, Germany and Newcastle, UK, founded in 2010 by Larissa Iceglass (guitar, vocals) and William Maybelline (bass, vocals).They offer an ice cold post-punk, fascinated by the beauty of art nouveau aesthetics, exploring British seashores and forests at night as well as inspired by the urbanism of Berlin.https:\/\/www.facebook.com\/lebanonhanoverhttp:\/\/lebanonhanover.bandcamp.com","featuredImage":"https:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/64481_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"please contact"}
Editors
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Editors

Editors are a British indie rock/post-punk revival band from Birmingham, England, formed by Tom Smit...

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{"key":"13820","name":"Editors","bio":"Editors are a British indie rock\/post-punk revival band from Birmingham, England, formed by Tom Smith (vocals, guitar, keyboards), Russell Leetch (bass) Ed Lay (drums) and Chris Urbanowicz (guitar) who met while studying at Staffordshire University, in Stafford, England, United Kingdom during 2002. After Chris' departure in 2012 , Justin Lockey and Elliott Williams joined the band for their live gigs and participated in the recording of the fourth album.The band were originally known as (The) Pride, before they changed their line-up and became known as Snowfield, becoming a popular unsigned band. They remained with this name until they signed with Kitchenware Records in September 2004. The band's debut single Bullets was released as a limited edition of 500 on Kitchenware Records on January 24, 2005; it quickly gained support from radio stations such as Xfm and BBC 6 Music - where it was the single of the week.Their debut album, The Back Room, was released on 25 July 2005, to critical acclaim. The band toured out most of 2005, including two jaunts with We Are Scientists. However, after a pivotal support slot on Franz Ferdinand's Arena tour at the end of 2005, it was the re-release of single Munich in January 2006 that propelled them into the top 10 of the UK single's chart. The following May, Editors played three sell-out shows at London's Brixton Academy, and countless gigs worldwide. The album has now sold over 500,000 units.In June 2007 Editors released a second album, An End has a Start which included the single Smokers Outside The Hospital Doors. This first track was released on June 18th 2007 in the UK, and June 26th in the US, however it was leaked onto the Internet earlier. The album's title track, An End Has A Start was released on September 3rd, The Racing Rats on November 26th, 2007. Following a landmark appearence on The Other Stage at the Glastonbury festival, the album entered at number 1 in the UK album chart. 'In this Light And On This Evening', the third studio album, was released on October 12th 2009. With the heavy synthesizer sound and industrial ring, the album differed immensely from the earlier work of the band. Tom explained this change as a way for the band to try something completely different. Papillon, the first single, was followed by You Don't Know Love. The third single was Eat Raw Meat = Blood Drool. The album was inspired by the city of London, both lyrically as musically and debuted at number 1 in the UK album charts.On April 16th 2012, during the recording of their fourth studio album with producer Flood, Editors announced that Chris Urbanowicz (guitar) was leaving the band basing the decision entirely upon the band's future musical direction.\u2018The Weight Of Your Love\u2019, their fourth studio LP, was released on July 2013. It was preceded by the single 'A ton of love, released in May. This is also the first album to feature new band members Justin Lockey and Elliott Williams. It was recorded at Blackbird Studio in Nashville with producer Jacquire King and mixed by Craig Silvey.http:\/\/editorsofficial.com","featuredImage":"https:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/13820_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"40,000 - 75,000"}
New Order
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New Order

New Order are an alternative rock/electronic dance band which formed in 1980 in Salford, England, Un...

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{"key":"572","name":"New Order","bio":"New Order are an alternative rock\/electronic dance band which formed in 1980 in Salford, England, United Kingdom by the three remaining members of Joy Division. The band's classic lineup consists of Bernard Sumner (vocals, guitar, keyboards), Peter Hook (bass, electronic percussion), Gillian Gilbert (keyboards, guitar) and Stephen Morris (drums, keyboards). The group effectively disbanded in 1993 but reformed in 1998. Gilbert left in 2001 to look after her and Morris' children and was replaced by guitarist\/keyboardist Phil Cunningham. Hook left acrimoniously in 2007 and declared the band to be defunct. Initially, Sumner, Cunningham and Morris denied the band had split up, but in 2009, following the release of the trio's Bad Lieutenant album, they admitted that that they could not continue on without Hook and officially disbanded. However, the band reformed in 2011 for a pair of charity dates without Hook, with Gilbert returning to the fold and Tom Chapman replacing Hook on bass. Pioneers of dance music in the 1980s and one of the first bands to effectively and popularly synthesize keyboard- and guitar-based music, New Order's members hailed from Salford and Macclesfield, England out of the ashes of Joy Division, are noted as being one of the first bands to bridge the gap between Post-Punk and Dancefloor. They were Factory Records' highest selling artist. They also funded Factory's famous Manchester club, The Ha\u00e7ienda. The band partnered with Quincy Jones's American label Qwest, recorded with legendary hip-hop producer Arthur Baker (on 1983's single \"Confusion\" and 1984's \"Thieves Like Us\"), and they embraced Ibizan club culture on the album, Technique.The band was formed in 1980 by the three surviving members, Bernard Sumner, Peter Hook and Stephen Morris of Joy Division after the lead singer Ian Curtis committed suicide. Morris' girlfriend (and later wife) Gillian Gilbert joined in October 1980 on keyboards and occasional guitar shortly after contributing guitar to the second release of New Order's first single \"Ceremony\". Their early music followed in the same vein as Joy Division, most notably on debut album Movement. This is mostly seen now as a 'transitional' album where the new 4-piece band was trying to find a new identity.They continued to develop their music and their identity with tracks such as \"Procession\" and \"Temptation\" until 1983 when, under the influence of early electro funk and Italo-Disco tracks (most notably Klein & MBO's Dirty Talk), they released \"Blue Monday\", arguably their most famous song and the biggest-selling 12\" single of all time. This came in such a detailed Peter Saville-designed sleeve (replicating a floppy disc) that it is claimed by some that the band's record company, Factory, lost money on every copy sold. The release of \"Blue Monday\" coincided with the album Power, Corruption & Lies which further developed their dance\/rock crossover. Other albums followed in 1985 (Low-Life), 1986 (Brotherhood) and 1989 (Technique, influenced heavily by Ibiza's acid house scene). In 1990 the band scored their sole number 1 hit with a song written by Keith Allen and performed with the England football team, \"World in Motion\", the official England World Cup song. One more album, Republic followed in May 1993, which was released by London Records after the collapse of Factory in November 1992.The band effectively split in 1993 to pursue solo projects, but returned with a triumphant gig at the Reading Festival in 1998. After the recording of 2001's Get Ready album Gillian Gilbert left the band amicably for family reasons - her and Stephen's daughter Grace had been diagnosed with Transverse myelitis and she came to the decision that it would be easier for the band to replace her than her husband. They have since gone on to produce one more album with the help of Phil Cunningham of Marion when they released their last album, Waiting For The Sirens' Call.Hook left acrimoniously in 2007 and according to him, the band has effectively broken up. However, Sumner, Cunningham and Morris repeatedly denied that the band was over, and that if Hook no longer wanted to be in the band, that was his choice. Hook has since threatened to take legal action if they attempt to continue as New Order. In 2009, Sumner, Morris and Cunningham announced that they did not plan on continuing on as New Order without Hook. However, in September 2011 it was announced that they will reform as New Order for two concerts in October (Brussels and Paris), without Hook but with Gillian Gilbert. Hook's replacement is Tom Chapman, who is also in Bad Lieutenant with Sumner, Morris and Cunningham. The charity gigs in Brussels and Paris were very successful and New Order decided to go on tour in 2012. They played various concerts all over the world and also some big festivals in the summer.Discography (studio albums):Movement (1981)Power, Corruption & Lies (1983)Low-Life (1985)Brotherhood (1986)Technique (1989)Republic (1993)Get Ready (2001)Waiting for the Sirens' Call (2005)Lost Sirens (2013)Music Complete (2015) Collaborations and other projects:Shortly after the split, Sumner and Cunningham formed Bad Lieutenant. The band's debut album Never Cry Another Tear, released in 2009, features Morris on drums on several tracks, although he is not an official member of the band and has committed to continue musical projects with Gillian Gilbert. The band's various solo projects understandably seemed to contain elements of the New Order 'sound', and gave some clues as to each member's contribution to the band.Bernard Sumner worked with Johnny Marr (formerly of The Smiths) and Neil Tennant (of The Pet Shop Boys) in the 'supergroup', Electronic. Peter Hook formed the bands Revenge and, later, Monaco. These projects gained some commercial success. Stephen Morris and Gillian Gilbert recorded two albums of songs as The Other Two, and also did scoring work for film and television. Each of New Order's four original members have, at various times, acted as producers and\/or guest musicians under the moniker of Be Music for a myriad of Factory labelmates and other artists, including: Section 25, A Certain Ratio, Happy Mondays, Paul Haig, The Stockholm Monsters, The Stone Roses, and Stanton Miranda.","featuredImage":"https:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/572_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"300,000 - 500,000"}
The Temper Trap
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The Temper Trap

The Temper Trap is an indie rock band which formed in 2005 in Melbourne, Australia. Now based in Lon...

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{"key":"28743","name":"The Temper Trap","bio":"The Temper Trap is an indie rock band which formed in 2005 in Melbourne, Australia. Now based in London, the band consists of Dougy Mandagi (vocals, guitar), Jonathon Aherne (bass), Toby Dundas (drums) and Joseph Greer (keyboards, guitar). In October 2013, an official statement confirmed that lead guitarist Lorenzo Sillitto parted ways with the bandThe Temper Trap's debut album, Conditions, was released in 2009 and contains the singles Sweet Disposition, Fader, Love Lost and Science of Fear. Sweet Disposition became an international hit after appearing in the film \u201c(500) Days of Summer\u201d, reaching the Top 20 in multiple countries. Sweet Disposition also appeared on \"Greek\".The band's self-titled second album was released in 2012, spawning the singles Need Your Love and Trembling Hands. The album debuted at #1 in Australia and has garnered positive reviews from around the globe.","featuredImage":"https:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/28743_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"please contact"}
The Vaccines
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The Vaccines

The Vaccines are a London, UK indie rock band formed in 2010, consisting of Justin Young (vocals, gu...

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{"key":"28739","name":"The Vaccines","bio":"The Vaccines are a London, UK indie rock band formed in 2010, consisting of Justin Young (vocals, guitar), \u00c1rni Hj\u00f6rvar (bass), Freddie Cowan (guitar), and Pete Robertson (drums). After signing to Marshall Teller Records, they released their debut single, \"Wreckin' Bar (Ra Ra Ra)\"\/\"Blow It Up\". The band recorded their first radio session for Marc Riley's BBC 6 Music show in December 2010. They also performed live on Later with Jools Holland. On 5th January 2011 they were placed third in the BBC's 'Sound of 2011' poll. Having been signed to Columbia Records, the band released their second single \"Post Break-Up Sex\" on 24th January 2011. The song entered at number thirty-two in the U.K. The band released their debut album What Did You Expect from The Vaccines? on 14th March through Columbia Records. The album made the top five in the U.K. Singles released after the album launch were \"If You Wanna\", \"All in White\", \"N\u00f8rgaard\" and \"Wetsuit\" \/ \"Tiger Blood\".The Vaccines were also nominated for an MTV Award for 'Best New Band of 2011'. The No Hope Songfacts reports that The Vaccines second album, The Vaccines Come Of Age, will be released September 3, 2012. The first single to be released from the record, \"No Hope\", received its first play on Zane Lowe's BBC 1 Radio show on May 28, 2012..","featuredImage":"https:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/28739_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"please contact"}
Tokyo Police Club
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Tokyo Police Club

Tokyo Police Club are an indie rock band from Newmarket, ON, Canada. The band consists of Dave Monks...

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{"key":"13859","name":"Tokyo Police Club","bio":"Tokyo Police Club are an indie rock band from Newmarket, ON, Canada. The band consists of Dave Monks (vocals, bass), Josh Hook (guitar, percussion), Graham Wright (keyboards, guitar, vocals) & Greg Alsop (drums, percussion). In 2005, Tokyo Police Club started by accident one day in the ordinary suburb of Newmarket when Greg, Josh, Dave, and Graham decided that they missed playing music together, their previous band having broken up several months before. The four gathered in Josh's basement, plugging in instruments and making up songs almost at random, with no goal but to recapture the magic that they felt making music together. By the time summer came, TPC had quietly begun playing shows in the Toronto area, shows at which the very few people in attendance seemed impressed by what they saw. The band seemed likely to end here, with the various members preparing to go their separate ways in the fall, when fate intervened in the form of an invitation to play the Pop Montreal festival. Packing their instruments and girlfriends into a tiny university residence room, TPC spent a week immersed in music, spending days lazily wandering the streets of Montreal and nights rehearsing loudly in the tiniest of spaces, and topping it off in style with a sold out show that saw the band play for the first time to an audience that was actually interested. A few weeks later, all four had agreed that it was time to break their mothers' hearts and pursue that most elusive of pipe dreams: a career in the music business. The boys got straight to business, playing a series of Toronto shows, and earning a reputation for live shows that were exuberant, lively, and unrestrained. In January, the very day that Dave returned for good from university, Tokyo Police Club signed up with esteemed Toronto label Paperbag Records to release their debut EP in Canada. In April 27, 2006, A Lesson in Crime was released in Canada and U.S (February 12, 2007, UK released), and the band spent the next months on the road, bringing their optimistic brand of wide-eyed post-pop to audiences across Canada, U.S. and Europe, and making many new friends along the way. Responding to criticisms that A Lesson in Crime is too short (16:22), Graham Wright had this to say in an interview with Ukula: \"It's very quick, quick, quick, one, two, three. Some of the songs don't have a lot of space in them and the album doesn't have a whole lot of room to breathe, but I think in the case of an EP this is a really good thing.\"The Smith EP came in February 14, 2007. At a July 20, 2007 stop along the tour in Omaha, Nebraska the band announced the inking of a deal with Omaha based Saddle Creek Records during their live show at the Saddle Creek owned venue The Slowdown, to release their debut LP, entitled Elephant Shell, that was released on April, 22nd 2008 to much applause.So what exactly is Tokyo Police Club? Perhaps EYE Weekly summed it up best when they wrote \" are undeniably catchy and raw, marrying danceable hooks with talk of robot masters and global emergencies, providing an upbeat soundtrack to our troubled times.\" Personally, however, I prefer Exclaim's proclamation that \"somehow, the deeply innocuous subdivisions of Newmarket, Ontario have hatched a four-headed beast of tunefulness.\"","featuredImage":"https:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/13859_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"please contact"}
Mac DeMarco
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Mac DeMarco

Mac DeMarco is the antithesis to your stereotypical singer-songwriter. Disregarding the seriously so...

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{"key":"30974","name":"Mac DeMarco","bio":"Mac DeMarco is the antithesis to your stereotypical singer-songwriter. Disregarding the seriously somber moments, he replaces them with whimsical and youthful spontaneity, whilst retaining endearing and subtle commentaries. Promptly after leaving his Edmonton garage for Vancouver he embarked on a grand voyage of enlightenment and alcoholic debauchery.DeMarco\u2019s a weird cat, cultivating an affinity for occult imagery, nudity and social satire. But his most impressive trait is his undeniable and instinctual ability to compose magical pop jangles, which he refers to as \u201cjizz jazz.\u201d His dusted jams have garnished him accolades that are as ever-increasing as his song-writing abilities. Mac's favorite artists are Shuggie Otis, Steely Dan, Yellow Magic Orchestra, Jonathan Richman and The Grateful DeadDeMarco was born Vernor Winfield McBriare Smith IV on April 30, 1990, in Duncan, British Columbia. He was named after his great-grandfather, Vernor Smith (1864 - 1932), who was the Minister of Railways and Telephones in Edmonton. To spite his absentee father, DeMarco's mom Agnes changed his name to McBriare Samuel Lanyon DeMarco when he was five. Friends and family came to know him as \"Mac.\" He grew up in Edmonton, the capital of Alberta. After high school, DeMarco moved to Vancouver. Calling himself Makeout Videotape, Mac released his debut tape in 2009, entitled Heat Wave.","featuredImage":"https:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/30974_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"please contact"}
Drenge
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Drenge

Drenge consists of two brothers, Eoin Loveless and Rory Loveless, from Sheffield. They've been playi...

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{"key":"74050","name":"Drenge","bio":"Drenge consists of two brothers, Eoin Loveless and Rory Loveless, from Sheffield. They've been playing riffy garage post-punk, not too dissimilar to The White Stripes, Arctic Monkeys, and Pulled Apart By Horses, since 2010. IInfluences: \u00a30.00, Margaret, England vs Argentina 1998, Antisocial Behaviour Orders.For more, visit http:\/\/www.facebook.com\/drengeboys","featuredImage":"https:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/74050_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"please contact"}
She Wants Revenge
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She Wants Revenge

She Wants Revenge is a post-punk/darkwave duo hailing from Los Angeles, California who formed in 200...

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{"key":"8219","name":"She Wants Revenge","bio":"She Wants Revenge is a post-punk\/darkwave duo hailing from Los Angeles, California who formed in 2005. The band is comprised of Justin Warfield (vocals, guitar, keyboards) and Adam Bravin (bass, keyboards). Accompaniment members Thomas Froggatt (guitar) and Scott Ellis (drums) join them on stage. The band have released three albums: \"She Wants Revenge\" (2006), \"This is Forever\" (2007) and \"Valleyheart\" (2011)She Wants Revenge's music is hard to emcompass into a single genre or sound. It draws inspiration from several alternative rock and new wave artists. The band blends their influences with ever-present electronics (eg. synths and drum machines) in a style most accurately labeled under the umbrella term, \"darkwave\", a style of music reminiscent of the New Wave and Gothic Rock sounds of the 1980s.She Wants Revenge have stated that they make \"dance music\" on numerous occasions setting them aside from the contemporary rock bands often falsely linked with the band in the music press.HistoryTheir self-titled debut, was released in 2006. They contributed a cover of 'Kindnap the Sandy Claws' to the soundtrack of the \"The Nightmare Before Christmas\" re-release. Their next LP release, 'This Is Forever' was released in 2007. They also were featured on a track 'Time', with Timbaland.On Feb. 27th, 2008, She Wants Revenge parted ways with Geffen\/Interscope to run their own record label called Perfect Kiss Records, from which they released an EP titled 'Save Your Soul'. A second EP followed in 2009, titled \"Up and Down\", which was released on the 22nd of September.","featuredImage":"https:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/8219_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"please contact"}
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