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(1) Q - A four piece rock band from London, UK
(2) Q - A four piece rock band from Springfield, USA
(3) Q - A synth-pop band later renamed to SSQ, US
(4) Q - An alternative rock quartet from Bratislava, Slovakia
(5) Q - The solo project of Quinnes Parker, one of the members of American R&B quartet 112
(6) Q - A German hip hop/experimental producer and artist
(7) Q - A Lithuanian hip hop artist
(8) Q - A Maltese pop group

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Shy June

Shy June Shy June are an English based duo from Chelmsford, Essex consisting of Stuart Denney and Gareth Elder. Their unique brand of acoustic harmonic rock has seen them gig at some of London's best unsigned venues and support acts such Mark Morriss (of The Bluetones) and Tom Hingley (of The Inspiral Carpets). In July 2008 two of their songs (This Could Be My Day & Sunday Blues) charted in the UK's Official Unsigned Top 40.

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Luke Million

Luke Million is the synth wizard from Australia's premier disco act The Swiss. In between touring and studio sessions with The Swiss, writing music for television and film and giving classical piano recitals; Luke has found time to whip up some disco delights in the form of a solo project. In 2010, Luke via Australian label Future Classic brought us his debut EP Italo Journey / Octobussy, which was a synthesizer odyssey paying homage to his influences.

Read more about Luke Million on Last.fm.

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Mirage

There are at least 14 bands named Mirage. 1) Mirage released numerous cover version megamixes of current pop hits during the eighties. Many of them were produced by Nigel Wright, sometimes together with Nigel Stock, John Davies & Robin Sellars. Mirage also had three vocalists that posed on the record-covers: Kiki Billy, Nicos Griffiths & Carlos Griffiths. 2) A cult hungarian new/darkwave band from the '80s.

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Men Without Hats

Men Without Hats is a Canadian alternative / Synthpop group from Montreal, Quebec, Canada formed in 1977 who were popular in the 80s. They were characterized by the deep, expressive vocals of their lead singer Ivan and their elaborate use of synthesizers and electronic processing. Men Without Hats were always, at the core, Ivan Doroschuk (also released solo as Ivan) and his brother Stefan Doroschuk, with various other members, including a third brother, Colin Doroschuk, as well as Jeremy Arrobas, tracy howe, Roman Martyn and Allan McCarthy.

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