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Tamborines

Tamborines

Tamborines


The Tamborines is a fuzz rock band, in the vein of the Velvet Underground, The Dandy Warhols and the Jesus and Mary Chain, from London UK. The group originally formed in Brazil around 2001, inicially as a 6 piece band infuenced by American folk rock. They quickly disband only to return in 2005 when founding members Henrz( read "Anheez" voice/guitars) and Lulu Grave (organ / synth / tambourines) relocated to London, found the french drummer Veronique Luis Read more on Last.fm
The Tamborines is a fuzz rock band, in the vein of the Velvet Underground, The Dandy Warhols and the Jesus and Mary Chain, from London UK. The group originally formed in Brazil around 2001, inicially as a 6 piece band infuenced by American folk rock. They quickly disband only to return in 2005 when founding members Henrz( read "Anheez" voice/guitars) and Lulu Grave (organ / synth / tambourines) relocated to London, found the french drummer Veronique Luis and recorded the single WHAT TOOK YOU SO LONG/ THE GREAT DIVISION, with legend producer Brian O'shaunghnessy. Although the single received many good reviews it was never released due to problems with the ironically named label Decadent Records. In 2006 the drummer and long term friend Rodrigo Thur joined the band and with new guitarrist Aaron Finnucane The band headed to Oxford to record the single SALLY O'GANNON/ BE AROUND, released by Sonic Cathedral in October 2006, and prepared for a mini-tour in UK, some of the dates supporting The Brian Jonestown Massacre. The Tamborines is now working on the new release COME TOGETHER EP, due early 2007. for more info: www.myspace.com/thetamborines Read more on Last.fm.

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