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AUDIOPIUM vs. DJ LIVE @ DV8 INTERSEX EXHIBITIONNOTE: THIS RELEASE IS A TEXTURE PIECE FOR BRAINWAVE SYNCHRONIZATION AND IS NOT "DANCEABLE" IN ANY TRADITIONAL SENCE THOUGH IT COULD WORK FOR CREATIVE DANCE MOVEMENT ETC.COME TO OUR SHOWS AND GET A ...expand text.
UD: 3 years ago
The Core released in December of 2006. It has brought Crosswind national success, led by the song "Save Me", which was released in an independent movie soundtrack. Also, the CD has brought recognition for Denise Squier, the lead ...expand text.
UD: 3 years ago
This collection of work is a product of several years of home recording. No musicians other than siLvErbAck jOnZ! contributed to the making of this album. The name of the the album is an insight to my personality
UD: 3 years ago
The concept for the band Surrealism was originated by Travis Hampe and Brian Cravey. Combining Trampis' surreal artistic vision and political agendas with Cravey's distinct guitar stylings and composing style - SRLSM was born! The sound and style truly began ...expand text.
UD: 3 years ago
What was to become Heart of Stone began in May of 2005. I had been talking with long time friend Steve Johnson about writing an album with really great music and well-written lyrics. At the time, Steve and I were ...expand text.
UD: 3 years ago
Anthony Cuccia - Percussion Brad Black - Trumpet Brian Nelson - Drums Chad Viator - Guitar Chris French - Bass Tim McFatter - Sax
UD: 3 years ago
Vivid Curve is a band that is truly like to other. In this, their first studio release, the modern-tribal didgeridoo (performed by the Urban Shaman, Jeff Cooper) is applied to every imaginable genera of music from hip-hop to rock, from ...expand text.
UD: 1 years ago

Song Titles:
Madness
Tonight
Frustrated
Manic Mind
Insane
Preach Hate
Porcine Amore
In Love with a Human
Loves Butcher Shop
You are my Food
One Hour 'Till Death
UD: 3 years ago
Kalia, Mike, and Marty. We played at Darwin's pub and felt like a real band. But the most important thing was that we had fun and people were happy.
UD: 1 years ago