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    Electric Eye seem a bit like Tame Impala, but more spacy…Think John Lennon jamming out with Neu! and Hawkwind:



    (Can’t tell you anything else, because I just discovered it myself…)
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    Quote Originally Posted by at least 100 dead View Post
    Electric Eye
    (Can’t tell you anything else, because I just discovered it myself…)
    Great debut and new album Different Sun just out!
    Macht das ohr auf!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paulrus View Post
    I wish I knew what the hell was going on with those guys. After busting out huge in 2014 they've decided to slow things down considerably this year. They've avoided coming to the states entirely and have only been doing a few UK festivals. Their regular drummer Fred Rother is MIA with another Magill brother occupying the chair lately. Hopefully they're at least working on a new album and that 2016 sees them returning to the level of activity that got them where they are to begin with.

    EDIT: I just checked their FB page and they're actually in LA as we speak working on a new album. Huzzah!
    Syd Arthur is playing a gig in Brooklyn September 30th. That's as a headliner, not just an opener
    http://babysallright.ticketfly.com/e...thur-brooklyn/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wah3 View Post
    Syd Arthur is playing a gig in Brooklyn September 30th. That's as a headliner, not just an opener
    http://babysallright.ticketfly.com/e...thur-brooklyn/
    Syd Arthur I saw in Paris, great act !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baribrotzer View Post
    The Mercury Tree - a hometown act for me, who, weirdly, I've never seen at home. Only out of town. A three-piece who can sound like a four-or-five-piece - their leader, Ben Spees, plays both guitar and keyboards fairly well, and does some amazing things with a looping pedal.
    +1 - one of my top 3 albums last year was 'Permutations' - Ben and Co. are amazing.

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    Needlepoint ? - or aren't they young enough?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MJBrady View Post
    Arch Echo!
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    Somewhere in-between prog-metal and fusion. Polished within an inch of its life, but not bad for what it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baribrotzer View Post
    Also:
    Somewhere in-between prog-metal and fusion. Polished within an inch of its life, but not bad for what it is.
    Hmmm, only a 4 string bass....I don't know....
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    This band reminds me a bit of The Buggers' "Video Kill Dill Do", but it's a bit less happy/gay and more progressive (that whistle theme was initially farted out on a 'tron):


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    These Sweet Younguns were pretty popular around Atlanta in the late 60's


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    Quote Originally Posted by Scrotum Scissor View Post
    This band reminds me a bit of The Buggers' "Video Kill Dill Do", but it's a bit less happy/gay and more progressive (that whistle theme was initially farted out on a 'tron):


    Less gay and happy? In what universe?

    I'm sorry, but I still prefer Video killed the radiostar (I suppose you ment that song)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rarebird View Post
    Less gay and happy? In what universe?
    The wrong one. I've since changed my mind on universes.
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    "[...] things that we never dreamed of doing in Crimson or in any band that I've been in," - Tony Levin speaking of SGM

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