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Veda

Veda

Veda


six bands with the same name: 1/ Vedera (formerly Veda) is an indie rock and art rock band from Kansas City, Missouri (read further information below). 2/Veda is an Irish electro artist,based in Dublin,Debut album will be released Nov 2009.(Read Further Below) For Irish veda,re-tag your itunes to this http://www.last.fm/music/Veda+Beaux+Reves 3/ Veda is a French progressive metal band from Toulouse with some Dream Theater and Pain of Salvation influences. Read more on Last.fm
six bands with the same name: 1/ Vedera (formerly Veda) is an indie rock and art rock band from Kansas City, Missouri (read further information below). 2/Veda is an Irish electro artist,based in Dublin,Debut album will be released Nov 2009.(Read Further Below) For Irish veda,re-tag your itunes to this http://www.last.fm/music/Veda+Beaux+Reves 3/ Veda is a French progressive metal band from Toulouse with some Dream Theater and Pain of Salvation influences. 4/ Veda is a Belgian band too ! ( http://www.veda.be ) Anderlecht, Brussels, Belgium 5/ Veda is a UK Post-Punk band with Cam Campbell (Sex Gang Children). Released "Whiplash" single in 1987. 6/ Norwegian jazz singer Wenche Losnegård's band. 7/ Veda is a post-hardcore/post-rock band from Quito, Ecuador. [a]https://vedaec.bandcamp.com/releases[/a]. [ ___________________________________________________________________________________ ] 1/ Vedera was formed in 2004 by singer and guitarist Kristen May and lead guitarist Brian Little, who had previously played together in a different band for about a year. The band cites Joy Division, the Foo Fighters, A Perfect Circle, Björk, and Coldplay as their musical influences. In the summer of 2004, Vedera recorded its six-song EP, This Broken City, at Black Lodge with the support of Ed Rose.

In 2005, the band released an LP entitled The Weight of an Empty Room. Since the summer of 2005, Vedera has been touring at various times with dredg, mewithoutYou, Communiqué, Thrice, and Underoath. In early January of 2006, Vedera began a 40 city tour opening for Mute Math. That will be followed by a opening stunt for Owen. In early December of 2005, Vedera's label, Second Nature Recordings, announced that the band had been forced to change its name from "Veda" to avoid legal complications with another band of "a similar moniker." Speaking of Vaeda, from New York. _____________________________________________________________________ 2/ Veda, Queen of Ireland, presents her debut album "Star's Edge".

"I'm all about making pop music for modern homosexuals. That's the kind of shit I grew up listening to - so that's the kind of shit I make". For almost a decade now, this "self-made man-made woman" has been the reigning queen of Dublin’s gay nightlight. Space'N'Veda, her weekly show at The George, has cult status among Dublin's more discerning homosexualists.

It's here where Veda first showcased her own own brand of electro-pop music, and developed her unique style of drag performance. "I've always dreamt of having my own album, all my own songs with a big glossy picture of me, and my name splashed across the cover. This is it! Of course in my dream, I was Sheena Easton." The album was written over a period of of two years with electro cutie NeoSuperVital aka Tim O'Donovan (BellX1 drummer). ‘Stars Edge’ is Veda’s first solo album. Combining electro-pop beats with mid-tempo ballads, it is a reflection of Veda’s wide range of musical influences.

"The style reflects the things I truly love: beautiful 80's electro ballads, dirty disco music, thumping dance music and queer pop. I love all the fabulous freaks, like Steve Strange, Pete Burns and Boy George and all the new queens too, like Justin Bond, Our Lady J, Jonny Woo, Patrick Wolf, Empire of the Sun and MGMT." Veda's lyrics paint a musical portrait of life lived in an underground club world, a trannimal jungle where bears eat chickens and where tranny-chasers and drag queens take turns eating each other. "There's a lot of breakup songs on this album, cause there's been a lot of breakups. But some of these songs were written for the queens that I work with, in the spirit of friendship and to try and capture some of their glitter and sparkle in music. Except Dolly." The album smells of petrol and perfume, glistens like silver sequins and is fresher than a new pair of tights.

This glittering collection of songs conceived and born live on stage has finally been distilled and bottled for your pleasure. 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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