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Mao

There are at least two artists with this name: 1) Mao is a Japanese singer and lyricist from Kanagawa Prefecture. Her recent releases include ending themes for Hakuouki anime series. 2) Mao is a male pop singer from Italy.

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Okta Logue

As Okta Logue prepare for the release of their third studio album the influence of their own side projects is becoming apparent. Rollergirls; powerchording energetic postrock and the Benno Herz Band; a somewhat more relaxed indi folk creation are being gently folded into the Progressive, Psychedelic tones of Okta Logue to create something quite unique. Okta Logue was formed by Benno Herz, Robi Herz and Philip Meloi 3 years ago as Zapphire Okta Logue but, with the addition of the fourth member Nicolai Hildebrandt, the band found their sound and a new name.

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The Pretty Things

The Pretty Things were a 1960s and 1970s rock and roll band from London. They pioneered a raw approach to rhythm and blues (and later, psychedelia) that influenced a number of key bands of the 1960s British invasion, particularly The Rolling Stones, and David Bowie whose first hero was Phil May. Pretty Things was preceded by Little Boy Blue and the Blue Boys which consisted of Dick Taylor, fellow Sidcup Art College student Keith Richards and Mick Jagger.

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SHOTU

David (DJ Leptit AKA Shotu) is an electronic dance music producer from France who has been an active member of the psytrance scene since 1996. He started DJing in 2002. Securing his spot as a “night psychedelic” act, Leptit came up with his musical project called “Shotu”. After successful collaborations with artists like Jahbo, Grapes of Wrath, and Barak he put together his first compilation “Twisted Vision” in the summer 2006 which received excellent feedback from around the world.

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The Fanclub

The Fanclub are a London based three piece from Bournemouth who specialise in melancholic yet energetic rock songs. Vocalist and guitarist Josh Todd projects bassist Lewis Tobia's sombre and introverted lyrics over a wall of open tuned guitars and the unmissable presence of Ben Morse behind the drum kit. Now, after months of planning, a creative meeting of minds between the band and producer Greg Haver (Manic Street Preachers...

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Arrows

1. Arrows were an English American band based in London, England. The group, which formed in 1974 and disbanded in 1977, included singer/bassist Alan Merrill, guitarist Jake Hooker and drummer Paul Varley. They had hit singles in 1974 and 1975 with "Touch Too Much",[1] "My Last Night With You" and "I Love Rock 'n' Roll," all produced by Mickie Most on RAK Records.[2] "I Love Rock 'n' Roll" was later covered by Joan Jett.[3]

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