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Angry Panda

Angry Panda

Angry Panda


There have been at least 2 artists known as Angry Panda. #1 Angry Panda (Timmy Miano is a folk/punk/novelty singer/songwriter from St. Louis who has been performing as Angry Panda since 1998 in the Midwest, USA. His Last.fm page is here: http://www.last.fm/music/Angry+Panda+%28US+Version%29 He has independently released 5 albums and 2 EPs: Hoverbikes!!! (2010), Golden Garbage (2008), Five Failures EP (2007), Hey Mr. Meano (2006), Bush is a Dick EP (2004), Really Angry Panda (2003), and Angry Panda (2000). Read more on Last.fm
There have been at least 2 artists known as Angry Panda. #1 Angry Panda (Timmy Miano is a folk/punk/novelty singer/songwriter from St. Louis who has been performing as Angry Panda since 1998 in the Midwest, USA. His Last.fm page is here: http://www.last.fm/music/Angry+Panda+%28US+Version%29 He has independently released 5 albums and 2 EPs: Hoverbikes!!! (2010), Golden Garbage (2008), Five Failures EP (2007), Hey Mr.

Meano (2006), Bush is a Dick EP (2004), Really Angry Panda (2003), and Angry Panda (2000). His music is acoustic punk served with social commentary and a side of penis jokes; imagine Bob Dylan and Bill Hicks jello wrestling. Influences that can be heard in his songs are the Dead Milkmen, NOFX, Mojo Nixon, and Todd Snider. "An appropriately random blend of Folk, Country, and Punk.

Very musical and, most importantly, interesting." [GO Magazine's "Hot" List 2008] You can go to his official website to find out more: http://angrypandamusic.com His record label at the moment is Zero Youth Records http://zeroyouthrecords.com #2 Angry Panda are an unsigned alternative rock band from Bristol, UK. Formed in 2002, Angry Panda create music in a similar vein to At The Drive In, Mogwai and the Pixies. Angry Panda have gigged regularly across the UK, and released their debut EP in September 2004 entitled "Too Weird To Live; Too Rare To Die". This EP received positive reviews from the Bristol press and enabled Angry Panda to build up a fanbase and play more prestigious venues, such as the Liverpool Cavern Club in Jan 2005. Autumn 2006 saw Angry Panda release their 2nd EP, "Fifth Column Gospel".

With improved production values and a new batch of songs, Angry Panda continue to mature into their hard-edged melodic sound, exploring themes of alienation in the modern era. January 2008 - after a change of lineup which saw the departure of old school friend Luke Scoulding and the addition of Jack Everson onto percussion duties, Angry Panda released their most recent EP entitled "Welcome To The Fuck". Released internationally through Cdbaby.com and MP3 download sites, this EP reflects a new intensity, tightness and vitality within the band's music, as they crank up the volume and make a bold statement about the times into which the human race finds itself collectively wandering. The EP features post-production mixing from Matt Sampson of Bink Bonk Studios, Bristol, and is the band's most hi-fidelity release to date.

"Welcome To The Fuck" is the opening salvo in a renewed battle against the mundane and the hollow. Monstrous drums, crushing guitars and manic, layered and schizophrenic vocals mark a watershed in the band's creative development. The band continue to regularly play the Bristol gig scene, and are prepared to release their first full length release entitled "Cut Loose" in Summer 2009, with an accompanying short tour and regular gigs in London. (As of this edit, Angry Panda is on an indefinite hiatus) Official website: http://www.angrypanda.co.uk Myspace: http://www.myspace.com/angrypandamusic Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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