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Lamp

Lamp

Lamp


There is more than one artist with the name Lamp. 1. Lamp are an indie pop, jazz, and alternative trio from Japan. Formed by Taiyou Someya (composer, guitarist, conductor, producer), Yusuke Nagai (vocal, multi-instrument-player, composer) and Kaori Sakakibara (vocal, flute, accordion) in 2000, they are heavily influenced by 60s American music, ethereal tunes, and bossa nova. They debuted in 2003 with the release of a six-track EP, "Soyokaze Apartment 201" (そよ風アパートメント201). Read more on Last.fm
There is more than one artist with the name Lamp. 1. Lamp are an indie pop, jazz, and alternative trio from Japan. Formed by Taiyou Someya (composer, guitarist, conductor, producer), Yusuke Nagai (vocal, multi-instrument-player, composer) and Kaori Sakakibara (vocal, flute, accordion) in 2000, they are heavily influenced by 60s American music, ethereal tunes, and bossa nova. They debuted in 2003 with the release of a six-track EP, "Soyokaze Apartment 201" (そよ風アパートメント201).

All of their albums are released under MONTE BLEU, an indies label. http://www.lampweb.jp/ 2. Lamp is an experimental electronic rock duo from Chicago, IL. Chris Ash and David Curtin have bounced around from band to band for several years. After playing together in Holdfast for a short time, Lamp is their first full-fledged collaboration.

Dense electronic textures coupled with stadium-sized guitar tones sit comfortably beside whimsical piano melodies and acoustic elegies on their debut album, Tigerlily. 3. lamp is an Irish experimental rock band http://lamp1.bandcamp.com/ 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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