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Here are the latest bands to be showcased on Dirty Glitter during Brody’s latest collaboration with High Voltage Magazine. Enjoy!
Leogun (@leogunband or www.leogunband.com)
Leogun is a three-piece band from London surging with a mix of blues, soul and a whole lotta rock ‘n’ roll. With bite-your-head-off choruses and a hunger to groove, Leogun mix the musicality and heart-bleeding emotion of The Raconteurs with the break-neck attitude of Queens of The Stone Age.
Leogun are the first signing to legendary Yamaha’s new North American label, Yamaha Entertainment Group, and have built a following after numerous festival appearances in the UK, Europe, and Russia. The launch of their debut single, “Let’s Be Friends” will take place this year.
Listen to their track, Let’s Be Friends, HERE
Queen Caveat (@QueenCaveat or www.queencaveat.com)
This hard-hitting four-piece, led by maniacal, ferocious front-woman Lauren Little, has been quick to turn the heads of rock fans nationwide on the strength of their infectious anthems, unrivaled musicianship, and riotous – and sometimes downright dangerous – stage show.
Watch their official video for What Built Me, HERE
The Silent Comedy (@_silentcomedy)
Since 1996, brothers Jeremiah and Joshua Zimmerman have been fighting an uphill battle to pursue music. That year, their preacher father sold all of their possessions and launched the family on a worldwide adventure that included travels through Asia, Russia, the Middle East, Europe, and the entirety of the United States. From playing folk instruments in the foothills of the Himalayas, to drawing
crowds around pianos at Spanish shopping malls, the boys kept their musical outlet alive by any means possible. Different elements of this life history eventually culminated in the formation of The Silent Comedy ten years later.
What started gaining momentum in 2006 as a loose collection of musicians, eventually evolved into a solid quintet of performers who turn heads for their wild live performance, genre-bending sound, and unique aesthetic. In 2008, the group recorded their eponymous debut studio EP with Brian Karscig (producer, and founding member of Lous XIV – Atlantic Records). In keeping with their DIY tradition, the band self-produced their follow up LP, Common Faults, in 2010. The resulting buzz from sold-out pressings of both records, and sold-out shows around California, have resulted in sharing the bill with such diverse performers as Mumford and Sons, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, Razorlight, Switchfoot, The Black Keys, Common, MGMT, Cold War Kids, Flogging Molly, The Whigs, Delta Spirit, and more.
Watch as they perform, Exploitation, at BroAm 2011 by clicking HERE
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