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Empty Art

Empty Art

Empty Art


Empty Art Entwining a mixing pot of genres, Empty Art embodies a generation of music not yet heard by the general public. To define their sound with already established genres, the band dabbles into the boundaries of Gothic tunes, with a pinch of Prog and Industrial influences thrown in for good measure, but such limiting terms don’t do justice to their unique style. Empty Art are grounded in the idea that art is something created as the artist's personal reaction to themselves and their world Read more on Last.fm
Empty Art Entwining a mixing pot of genres, Empty Art embodies a generation of music not yet heard by the general public. To define their sound with already established genres, the band dabbles into the boundaries of Gothic tunes, with a pinch of Prog and Industrial influences thrown in for good measure, but such limiting terms don’t do justice to their unique style. Empty Art are grounded in the idea that art is something created as the artist's personal reaction to themselves and their world, and that using it as a tool to preach to people, or solely as a way to get money, or for any reason other than the desire to create something which appeals to the artist, devalues it as a work of art. The tools of the trade for the band are central to creating the soundscapes that Empty Art’s audiences experience. For those playing at home, Mary (Guitar) uses a Fender Telecaster, Gibson X-plorer and a Trace Elliot Super Tramp Amplifier. Sam (Bass) uses an Ibanez AGB-140, Gibson Thunderbird, Gallien-Krueger 700RB-II Amp and a Gallien-Krueger 410SBX Cabinet.

Joel (Drums) uses Sonor drums with a mixture of cymbals. David (Vocals) occupies any microphone given to him. There are no keyboards or synths to be found here: all the strange drones and wails heard in their work come from the talented and inventive hands of Mary and Sam. Based in Brisbane, Australia, Empty Art formed in 2007. With a demo already recorded, the band is supporting Folk-Pop Duo Dandelion Wine (Melbourne) in November and has worked with local enigmatic band De Jah Dan Dah.

The boys are working on a video clip for one of their tracks, not coming soon to a cinema near you. www.myspace.com/artisempty 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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