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Kiosk

Kiosk

Kiosk


There are at least 4 different bands called Kiosk: 1. An underground Iranian music band, founded in 2003 by Arash Sobhani. Prevented from performing in public or publishing in studios in Tehran by Islamic cultural authorities, Sobhani moved to the U.S. in 2005 where he led Kiosk to release the first-ever Iranian underground album, "Ordinary Man". The album was made available on iTunes and other major music distribution channels in the West, a first for Iranian underground music. Read more on Last.fm
There are at least 4 different bands called Kiosk: 1. An underground Iranian music band, founded in 2003 by Arash Sobhani. Prevented from performing in public or publishing in studios in Tehran by Islamic cultural authorities, Sobhani moved to the U.S. in 2005 where he led Kiosk to release the first-ever Iranian underground album, "Ordinary Man".

The album was made available on iTunes and other major music distribution channels in the West, a first for Iranian underground music. 2. A three-piece punk band fromSydney, Australia. Formed in 2004 and inspired by Royal Trux, Huggy Bear and early Sonic Youth, they toured the United States and opened for bands such as Electrelane, Deerhoof, Blood Brothers, Gossip and Calvin Johnson before playing their last show in 2007. They released one 7" single (Growing Pains) and one EP (Sixty Nine).

Lead singer Catherine began a solo career as CatCall, and guitarist Ange and drummer Jack formed Circle Pit. 3. A five-piece band from north London, UK. 4. A now disbanded funk-pop band from Copenhagen, Denmark. Read more on Last.fm.

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