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Boyce Avenue, a Sarasota, Florida-based band popular for its strong acoustic roots and melodic rock sound, consists of the three brothers Alejandro, Fabian, and Daniel Manzano. The band first came together in 2000, when Alejandro (lead vocals, guitar, piano) and Fabian (guitar, vocals), then 14 and 16 years old, respectively, started playing guitar. Within 3 months, Alejandro and Fabian took to the stage with their older brother Daniel (bass, percussion, vocals), then 20 years old, to perform before an audience of over 350 at a Pine View High School show. This would be the first of many public performances for...
Soda Stereo was a rock power trio formed in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1982. Consisting of guitarist and vocalist Gustavo Cerati, bassist Zeta Bosio and drummer Charly Alberti, the band established what would become the template for many other popular Spanish-speaking pop and rock music groups: Clever, often mysterious lyrics, pleasing musical arrangements and an elaborate and glamorous aesthetic image. Though nominally thought of as a new wave or alternative rock group, they also experimented with several different styles throughout their career, including ska, post-punk, power pop, shoegazing, neo-psychedelia, dream pop and electronic rock. The band's sound was heavily influenced...
STEREOPONY (ステレオポニー, Sutereoponī) is a Japanese all-girl rock band that formed in Okinawa in 2007, consisting of AIMI (Vocal/Guitar), NOHANA (Bass guitar), and SHIHO (Drums). They are signed onto Sony Music Japan's gr8! Records music label. The band gained their first opportunity on the Japanese rock radio program SCHOOL OF ROCK!!. Their debut single “Hitohira No Hanabira (ヒトヒラのハナビラ)", released on November 5, 2008, was the 17th ending theme for the famous anime series Bleach and ranked #25 on the Oricon Weekly Charts. Their second single "Namida No Mukou (泪のムコウ)" was the second opening theme for the second season of the...
Stereophonics are a Welsh rock band, formed in 1992 in Cwmaman, Wales, United Kingdom, by friends Kelly Jones (guitar/vocals), Stuart Cable (drums; died 2010) and Richard Jones (bass) but no relation to Kelly. Colloquially known to their fans as the 'Phonics or the Stereos, in the years preceding their popularity, they went through shifting line-ups and were known by a variety of names including "KDR", "Zephyr", "Silent Runner", "Blind Faith" and their most widely known pre-Phonics moniker "Tragic Love Company," taking one word from each member's favourite band (The Tragically Hip, Mother Love Bone, and Bad Company). The band's official...
Humming Urban Stereo (허밍 어반 스테레오) is an electronic solo act based in South Korea. Their music, similar to that of the Shibuya-Kei movement, is a fusion of bossa nova, acid jazz, lounge, and house. It was created by Lee Jeereen (이지린), who is the leader, vocalist, and keyboard player. He is assisted by two female vocalists, Shina-E and Humming-Girl. Their popular first EP 'Short Cake' helped them to release their first album, 'Very Very Nice! and Short Cake' (A double CD Package) in January 2005. Because of their popularity they were able to release a second album, 'Purple Drop',...
Found 193 songs, duration: 12:32:10
Heathens (From "Suicide Squad")
Pat-a-Cake Pat-a-Cake
Stop and Stare
Mad World (feat. Gary Jules)
Counting Stars
Last First Kiss
Shake up Christmas
Our Time Now
Girls Like You
That's Not My Name
Of the Night
Greenback Boogie
Shut Up and Dance
High Hopes
It's Time
Stressed Out
Wire to Wire
Wake Up Call
The Walker
In My Place
Gives You Hell
Mr. Brightside
We Are Young
Am I Wrong
Hey, Soul Sister
Hey There Delilah
Supermassive Black Hole
I'm Still Here (Jim's Theme)