Return of The Fest V

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Ladies and gentlemen without further ado: the last 4 bands we’re adding to the bill.

Aurograph

Aurograph is so new, We dont even have a picture for them. What we know is that Mark Sutherland is involved along with Ashley Miller and Shawn Hansen, and that this is his website. But mystery is sexy. We like sexy.

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Parts Of Speech

Parts of Speech consists of Brandon Knocke (vocals, keyboards, programming), Alexander Thomas (acoustic/electronic drums, samples), and Adam Davies (guitar and good vibes). Though initially formed in late 2009 as a live vehicle for Knocke’s solo electronic music, a more collaborative and organic sound evolved out of the creative pairing. The results are sonically adventurous and moody, while the emphasis on groove and melody keep things accessible to a wide range of music listeners. And get ready for a kraut-rock vibe for the fest -per the band.

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Gemini Revolution

Gemini Revolution is another brainchild of Dedric and Delaney Moore, the keys and bass that fuels Monta At Odds. It’s the brothers Moore, so you know what to expect, and you won’t be disappointed. And get ready for a brand new homage to the Geminid shower the brothers witnessed. Going to take you into outerspace exploration with ambient textures.

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Metatone

Metatone is an Other-World groove septet from right here in K.row C.ity USA. Their music is a sort of spiritual weaponry, only imagine a sword being used at home for cooking instead of warfare. Their live shows are rare, rhythmic and radicool.

Metatone is:
J. Ashley Miller, Lyrical Mastermind, Beginner’s Mind and Finger Picking Melodix
Jon Kraft: Tom Lover, Side-Stickler, Pocket Protector
Gary Miller: Myriad Percussion, Take-You-To-Church-Vocal-Breakdowns, and Additional Pocket Protection
Rabbit Killer: Handler of the Infamous Mr. Squeaky; Eternal Voice of the Tiny Mountains
Rhys Ziemba: Finger Picking Counter-Melodix, Musicology, Kalimbaaaaaaaaa!
Abbi Miller: Eggs-Above-The-Legs, Beautiful Post-Broadway Harmonies, and Quite a Few Foxy Formations
Ian Teeple: Summoning Sub-concious Sub-Bass Sublimation

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