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Stations

With various support slots to established acts such as Air Traffic, Elliot Minor, The Holloways & Nine Black Alps and 2 UK tours under their belt, things are flowing extremely well for Stations.
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A Balcony Scene

In the year and a half since their official launch and release of their debut EP, "Why We Move" (2011), they have drawn critical comparisons with many established artists including Kids in Glass Houses, The Police, Futures, You Me At Six and Paramore.
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My Extraordinary

My Extraordinary’s debut single `Why Save The World’ (Sept 2011) had its video shared by 3 people a minute at the midnight launch and alongside the video for their second single ‘The Hero That Walked Away’, has been on rotation on Kerrang and Scuzz TV with airplay on a number of radio stations.
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Art of Privilege are a four-piece alternative rock band hailing from Edinburgh, Scotland. Having established themselves in the Edinburgh live scene with their energetic and passionate performances combined with a very unique and quickly addictive sound, the band have built a loyal following which is spreading fast.
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Atomic Tom - Take Me Out (Live on NYC Subway)
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Music Videos:
Going Viral - Part 1

Q. How do you know someone has an iPhone?
A. They tell you

There is an app for that and all that... well in this case there certainly is. This is not an official Apple commercial but it might as well be. All music performed by individual members on their respective instruments (via iPhone) and of course filmed...on iPhones!

One thing for sure is that the soundtrack to this gimmick will be in your head forever and you will start trawling the web for everything Atomic Tom. We remember the millions of views this video got in a very short space of time before VEVO got it's hands on it.

Website: www.atomictom.com
Walk Off The Earth - Somebody That I Used to Know (Gotye - Cover)
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Music Videos:
Going Viral - Part 2

This is what you get when you take the biggest song rotating on worldwide radio and play it as a band with extremely good musicianship on one instrument.

Yes, it's a cover but that's what people scour the internet for once they've overheard the latest hit. People love alternative versions of popular songs, certainly when they are done as well as this and with a twist.

This video count was at 121,183,817 when we posted this.

They now have a biography that looks like this:

Walk Off The Earth is an unconventional, multi-talented five-piece musical phenomena that is currently taking the world by storm. Based in Burlington, Ontario (just outside of Toronto), their brilliant 5-people-playing-one-guitar interpretation of Gotye's "Somebody That I Used To Know" recently exploded on Youtube garnering well over 35 million views in under 2 weeks. The massive fan response quickly drew attention to their collection of innovative songs and videos spanning their last 5 years and generated an unprecedented flood of media interest. New fans from around the world immediately fell in love with the band's organic, independent, sincere and honest original songwriting, cover interpretations and beautifully filmed videos. For the past 5 years, the band has built a massive following of dedicated fans from around the world through their unique and heartwarming approach to songwriting, filming and constant, open interaction with everyone their music touches.

The chemistry between the members of Walk Off The Earth is undeniable. Marshall, Sarah and Gianni's individual vocal stylings mesh seamlessly with Taylor's haunting harmonies and keys all the while soaring over epic melodic arrangements held together by Joel Cassady's driving and prolific percussion work. Their independent spirit, unstoppable work ethic and awe-inspiring creativity has catapulted Walk Off The Earth into new and uncharted waters with only bigger and better things on the horizon.

Website: www.walkofftheearth.com
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