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LITE are an Instrumental Math Rock band from Tokyo, Japan, formed in 2003. Their members are: Nobuyuki Takeda (guitar), Kozo Kusumoto (guitar), Jun Izawa (bass) and Akinori Yamamoto (drums). Releases:
LITE (2005)
Filmlets (2006)
Live in Limerick (2007)
A Tiny Twofer (split with Funanori, 2007)
Phantasia (2008)
Live in Leeds (2009)
Live in New York (2009)
Turns Red EP (2009)
Live in Los Angeles (2010)
Illuminate (2010)

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André Rieu

Early life and studies
André Rieu was born into a musical family on October 1, 1949 in Maastricht in the Netherlands. He began studying violin at the age of five. His father was a conductor. From a very young age he developed a fascination with orchestra. He studied violin at the Conservatoire Royal in Liège and in the Conservatorium Maastricht, (1968–1973). His teachers included Jo Juda and Herman Krebbers. From 1974 to 1977, he attended the Music Academy in Brussels, studying with André Gertler, winning the Premier Prix at the academy.

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Mikael Lind

Electronic artist with classical influences. Mikael works more and more with different piano sounds and violins in his compositions. The album Alltihop was released in 2009, and the next album Felines Everywhere was released in May in 2012. Now, Mikael is working on a new piece based around experimental piano sounds.

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Hazards of Swimming Naked

Hazards Of Swimming Naked are an instrumental group originating from Far North Queensland (Innisfail/Johnstone Shire). Their music is a reflection of their surrounding environment and isolated townships and of the imposition of society on this environment and the way people interact with it. This sound has drifted over the years from dense terrorscapes to late night grooves to dreamy, serendipitous currents and paranoid messes.

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Paul White

A successful library music composer with BBC & Channel 4 credits under his belt, he has a cult following among beat-tape enthusiasts and a growing catalogue of remixes (inc. Detroit heroes Frank’N’Dank and a pair for Far Out Recordings). This pair of tracks is the closest you’ll hear to the sound he crafts in the Skylight – the South London hilltop attic he and his vast collection of records and studio gear call home

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Moonlit Sailor

Moonlit Sailor is a young band from a city in Sweden called Borås. The band started out as an indie rock band in 2006 but later developed into an instrumental indie-postrock band. The band released their new album entitled 'A Footprint Of Feelings' in May-2008 and they also did a two week european tour in june 2008. Reviwers have been blown away with Moonlit Sailor's melodic, emotional and captivating sound and a lot of good reviews of the album have been written with strong words like; "Success!" and "One of 2008's best post-rock releases!"

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There are few bands named Megatron. 1)A / from Bellingham, Washington. Their current line-up consists of:
Paul Chandler - trumpet and EFX
Delvon Dumas - Hammond B3 Organ, Fender Rhodes, Honner Clav, Synths
Julian MacDonough - drums
They have so far released one album, I Believe In A Thing Called Soul. Volume 1
Reference: Band Website (MySpace) 2) band from Tulsa, Oklahoma. Their current line-up consists of:
Melissa Williams- Vocals
Brian Gresh- Guitar

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Elmer Bernstein

Elmer Bernstein (pronounced "BERN-steen", IPA: [ˈbɜːɹnstiːn]) (April 4, 1922 – August 18, 2004) was an Academy and two-time Golden Globe award winning American film score composer. Bernstein was born in New York City. During his childhood he performed professionally as a dancer and an actor and won several prizes for his painting. He gravitated toward music by his own choice at the age of twelve, at which time he was given a scholarship in piano by Henriette Michelson, a Juilliard teacher who guided him throughout his entire career as a pianist.

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