3. An abolitionist nonprofit beach town folk rock band from Seattle, Washington. The group consists of: -Curtis Romjue (vocals, guitar) -Grace Romjue (vocals, keyboard) -Emily Ann Peterson (vocals, cello) -Jonny Akamu (electric & slide guitar) -Steven Wilbur (drums) -Peter Ortblad (bass) Formed in 2004, the band is a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Half of every album they've sold has been donated to groups working on the front lines of the anti-human trafficking movement.
They spread awareness and encourage activism by "doing what they love to undo what they hate." "To See You Well" (1/31/2011): The music and artwork pay tribute to the land, people, and cultures of Hawaii and the Pacific Northwest, the band members’ milieu. Produced by Jonas G. at Mezzanine Floor Studios & the Fremont Abbey Arts Center in Seattle, WA. Mastered at RFI by Ed Brooks (Fleet Foxes, Death Cab for Cutie).
CD cover art by Nathaniel P. Wilkerson of the Gitxsan tribe B.C., Canada. 4. An Estonia band. 5.
A Manchester band from 1994-1997 led by Lee Severin. Britpop with a 60's psych bend, they released 2 singles before record company woes forced them to disband. 6. A South African wonder boy from Stellenbosch, Duard Steenkamp. 7. A Washington, DC-based two-and-sometimes-three piece cacophony of queer thrills and percussive kitchen implements. 8.
a screamo band from dallas, texas who play hearfelt songs. 9. A Washington D.C. based techno and tech-house producer and DJ, his real name is Mohamed Malouki. 10. Russian hip-hop artist from Saint Petersburg. 11.
A Goth/Darkwave band from Japan. 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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