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The Occasional Flickers

Edinburgh-based band 'The Occassional Flickers' are originally from Athens, Greece. Giorgos Bouras has been going under the Occasional Flickers guise for a couple of years now and the debut album 'Scattered Songs' has just been released on Peru's Plastilna Records which is the home to the likes of Annemarie and Amida amongst others. The current line-up features Giorgos Bouras, Bart Owl, Jamie Scott, Panayotis Baras, Ola Rek and Ailig Hunter.

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Ivi Adamou

Ivi Adamou (Greek: ?βη Αδ?μου, born on November 24, 1993 in Paralimni, Famagusta and grew up in Ayia Napa, Famagusta, Cyprus) is a Greek Cypriot singer. She represents Cyprus in the Eurovision Song Contest 2012 in Baku, Azerbaijan with La La Love. The song was chosen on January 25, 2012 in a show where she also performed 2 other songs - You Don't Belong Here and Call the Police. Ivi is the second child of Adamos and Marianna Adamou. Her mother is Bulgarian. She has two sisters named Despina and Kleopatra. Ivi graduated from Paralimni Lyceum.

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Shock Absorber

Shock absorber were formed , by George Matikas (guitar,ex-W.A.N.T.E.D., ex- LAST ROUND) and Kostas Tsagaris (guitar, ex-SICKS DAZE) at February 2006 . Kostas and George started working on some songs of their own when Antonis Kanaras (drums,ex- LAST ROUND) join the band in July 2006, and right after a month the line up was completed with the addition of Tasos (bass) and Bebis (voice, BULLDOZA, PANX POUTANA).

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The Rockets

There are at least six bands called The Rockets. 1) The band from which Neil Young formed Crazy Horse. The band began in 1962 as the doo wop group Danny & the Memories, with guitarist/singer Danny Whitten, and counting future Crazy Horse stalwarts Billy Talbot and Ralph Molina as members, the latter two are the only individuals present in every incarnation of the band. The group evolved through nascent San Francisco folk-psychedelia...

Read more about The Rockets on Last.fm.

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Hossein Alizadeh & Djivan Gasparyan

Djivan Gasparyan, born 1928 in Solag, plays the duduk, an Armenian double reed woodwind instrument related to the oboe. Djivan Gasparyan is widely known as the "Master" of Duduk. For "Endless Vision," he collaborated with Hossein Alizadeh, a distinguished Iranian composer, Radif-preserver, researcher, teacher, and excellent tar and setar instrumentalist and improvisor, dubbed by many as an Ostad (Master) of Persian music. Endless Vision
Genres : Persian world
Released : 2005 | Label : World Village | Length : 1h00' 28''

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Deadlock

There are at least 8 bands that use the name Deadlock: 1. Deadlock are a German band that combine metal with the harsh atmospheric nature of today’s modern sounds. Founded in the later half of 1997, Deadlock took their time to find a solid line-up and the right attitude towards cultivating a sound all their own. After their first self-titled 7 Inch was released, the band gained further attention with their MCD "I’ll Wake You When Spring Awakes". The quintet started to include keyboards and clean female vocals to their songs during the period of their release “The Arrival.

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Absent Without Leave

Absent Without Leave is the solo project of George Mastrokostas, based in Athens, Greece.
Recording everything himself or sometimes with assistance from some good friends, he produces a sound that has at times been described as a mix of shoegaze, post-rock, ambient and electronica.
To date, he has released his music on labels such as Distant Noise Records (uk), Unlabel (uk), Chat Blanc Records (canada), Awkward Silence Recordings (uk), Thisquietarmy Records (canada)...

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Max Pashm

Max Pashm
“The ‘King of Falafel Techno’ leads a Jewish/Greek/Balkan collective in maximum mashed-up electronic beats and melodies from different traditions around the world.”
The Guardian Guide “Blistering Balkan beats and general nu-world trippiness from the highly danceable grooves of Max Pashm.”
Time Out “Sun-blushed, bouzouki-fuelled Med mix-up.”
fRoots Max Pashm first rose to fame in 1997 as one of the early pioneers of world fusion music, before the Balkan sound became omnipresent in Global Beats and World Music circles.

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Phase

There are multiple artists with this name: 1. Phase is a band formed in Larissa, GR in 2003. 2. Phase is an incorrect machine tag for british techno producer Ashley Burchett's work.
1. The trip began in summer 2008 from when the party is collecting experiences and ideas which they are continuously filtering reaching to today

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