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DumbSaint

Dumbsaint is a three-piece instrumental band from Sydney, Australia. (Please) purchase the album with 5 short-films: http://tiny.cc/ui0zr
Free single - http://tiny.cc/wctvc
Stay in touch: http://www.facebook.com/dumbsaint
Contact: dumbsaintmusic@gmail.com With their origins dating back to 2007, the band has focused it's efforts in combining cinematic music with original, synced, narrative film projections.

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The Edge

There are four artists: 1) The Edge (aka David Howell Evans), is best known as the guitarist for U2, but he has also released material on his own.
The soundtrack for the 1986 UK film Captive is the only solo album to date by The Edge.
He approached Michael Brook, creator of the Infinite Guitar, which The Edge regularly uses, to collaborate on this soundtrack album; Brook co-produced and helped with the instrumentals and some of the writing.

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Pagan's Mind

Previously known as Silverspoon, having issued the 'Sink Or Swim' demo under their former name, PAGAN'S MIND came into being during mid 2000. Frontman Nils K. Rue had previously sang for Sunset Strip. Guitarist Thorstein Eugen Aaby had previously been employed by acts such as Deadline and Sunset Strip whilst drummer Stian Lindaas Kristoffersen has experience with Woodstone, King's Quest and Sunset Strip.

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Everett

Everett is an ambient/indie/avant garde/electronica two piece from Birmingham, Alabama formed by Dallas Taylor, formerly front man of Underoath, and friend Patrick Copeland. The best way to describe them would be... minimalistic piano, strange electronica backings, and voices, kind of like movie soundtracks. Everett are also a British Piano-Indie band, influenced by the driven melodies of Snow Patrol, Coldplay, and Jimmy Eat World, but with an alternative edge reminiscent of Keane. More details can be found at myspace.com/everettuk.

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Carole Cerasi

After an unusual upbringing - born in Sweden of Sephardi/Turkish origins, with French as her first language - Carole Cerasi has been based in London since 1982. Her playing, like her background, resists being easily placed in any category. She has long been recognised as having a special affinity with the French clavecinistes, while her repertoire extends from the English virginalists through all the national styles to the early sonatas of Haydn and Beethoven, which she performs on fortepiano.

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Gloworm

Gloworm:
Group fronted by Sedric Johnson (b. Alabama), currently resident in California. The leader of the 100-strong Long Beach Choir, he was spotted at a soul revue by Englishman Will Mount, who was on the lookout for a singer. After an impromptu performance Will Mount, who together with producer/remixer Rollo forms the musician team behind Gloworm, was won over. They anchored Johnson's gospel inspired vocals to a club beat to produce memorable records like Lift My Cup and Carry Me Home, both based on traditional songs.

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (born Johannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus Mozart; 27 January 1756 – 5 December 1791) is among the most significant and enduringly popular composers of European classical music. His enormous output includes works that are widely acknowledged as pinnacles of symphonic, chamber, piano, operatic, and choral music.
Many of his works are part of the standard concert repertory and are widely recognized as masterpieces of classical music.

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