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Sound & Vision: “Episode 96″


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artwork by Kleanthis


music by Concerto Musicale Speranza

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Spotlight Artist: “John Deery and the Heads”

John Deery and the Heads


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John Deery and The Heads are a band from Derry-Londonderry, Northern Ireland. Formed in 2010 by singer-songwriter, John Deery, 'The Heads' quickly recorded and released their debut album 'Smoke and Mirrors' with renowned Irish producer David Odlum in France. Following the success of their debut, John Deery and The Heads set about a hectic touring schedule around Ireland and the UK. The band released their second full studio album 'Horizon' in December 2012 to critical acclaim with the single 'The Raven' described as one of the finest songs to be written by any Irish singer songwriter that year.

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IndieGuild Presents: “Antiqcool”

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Pete Crossland, aka "Antiqcool", finds it quite difficult to describe himself as an artist, and the music he creates. Although he tinkers with other instruments, he feels most at home playing acoustic or electric guitar, he's been playing on and off since he was six years old, so it’s become a big part of who he is now. The idea for a song can start with a few words, or a guitar riff and Pete spends many hours recording basic ideas that sound interesting, then overdubbing other guitar parts, until he hears something that sounds right. If he gets goosebumps, it’s usually a good sign. If you, the listener, play the finished song and get goosebumps, then he's done a good job.

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Spotlight Artist: “Dazie Mae”

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Jeanne, Mathias, Serge and Tom met during a concert of the Hazardous Purple Oysters Band in Vesoul (East of France). They immediately bonded in a shared interest for this Scottish psyche-folk-blues band from the sixties, specialized in Mothers of Oysters’ covers (and also because they were the only four people attending the concert). The four decided to start a project around traditional Caucasian folk songs but...

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