It is difficult to believe we are already a third of the way through the year – but I know that to be the case as it is time for the Reader’s Choice for Bands of the Month for April.
Based in USA with a soundtrack of world-dance – there is something appropriate about Mosquito Cabaret being the selection in this current time of geo-political turmoil – at least music can unify.
Lament of the Lonely Bloodsucker is available on bandcamp.
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After an emergency server migration of the site on Thursday that took 36 hours to complete – it is good to be back with the Editors’ Choice for Band Of The Month for April.
Perhaps it is because I have spent a few days coping with unavoidable hardware tech issues – that electro-chanson made some sense for the selection – from France – SLOGAN.
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With thanks to the you, a reader of Emerging Indie Bands, as without your presence this would be a very quiet echo chamber – The Readers’ Choice for Band of the Month for March 2017…
…from the USA – Na’an Stop.
It’s All in the Cheese – EP – Na’an Stop is available on iTunes.*
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Time, once again, for the Editors’ Choice for Band Of The Month and my thanks, as always, to all those who transfer thoughts to music, you all make the world a better place.
The Medicine Dolls
From South Africa the choice for March is The Medicine Dolls.
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The shortest month of the year draws to a close and time for the Readers’ Choice for band of the month.
Reptilians From Andromeda
Unusually, a band who haven’t featured for a while – from Turkey – Reptilians From Andromeda.
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