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Michael J

Introducing Jenna Bryson: "More than Chick Rock and Love Songs" - 1 views

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    Female artists from Los Angeles seem to be a dime-a-dozen. Many of them seem to blend together and sound-a-like, but out of the mundane there is, Jenna Bryson. If you enjoy music by Jewel, Sarah McLachlan, and Alanis Morisette, you will love Jenna Bryson.

    Listen to a special 4-track music feature from Jenna Bryson's soon-to-be-released self-titled EP at:
    http://thegreatunknowns.podomatic.com/entry/2010-08-20T06_31_34-07_00

    Read my exclusive interview with Jenna Bryson, go to: http://greatunknownsmusicexpose.blogspot.com/2010/08/interview-with-jenna-bryson-more-than.html

    You can check her out LIVE at the first ever GREAT UNKNOWNS PRESENTS INDIE SHOWCASE on September 30 at The Talking Stick in Venice
    For more information, go to: http://events.thegreatunknowns.podomatic.com/
Michael J

Presenting the alluring Electro Folk Rock sounds of "IN THE CINEMA" - 0 views

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    In the Cinema brings an artful sound never heard before. Not to mention, their unique music style is nearly impossible to compare with other artists. This sort of quality is what most artists strive to achieve. Many artists accomplish this task, but they do not produce the kind of quality music that people enjoy over and over. Where other artists have failed, the brother duo, Ryan and Joe Hughes have succeeded by doing what others only dream of. Ryan and Joe have taken the traditional art of folk music, combined it with modern rock and tied it with an electronica sensibility to create, In the Cinema.

    Listen to music from their 2010 debut album, For the Struggle with a special appearance by the band, here at: http://thegreatunknowns.podomatic.com/entry/2010-07-16T08_34_02-07_00

    Read an exclusive interview with Ryan and Joe at: http://greatunknownsmusicexpose.blogspot.com/2010/07/interview-with-in-cinema-cinematic.html
Michael J

The Blue Seeds invades American radio with Melodic Alt Folk - 0 views

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    Led by the evocative Amélie Laflamme, the music of Montreal-based The Blue Seeds released their 2009 debut LP with an ensemble of beautiful, yet gothic-like lyrics sung by Amélie with a wide musical range of guitar melodies. Amélie's angelic and somber voice can be compared to Mazzy Star, Jewel, and Niko Case. http://greatunknownspresents.com
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