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Matthew Dear (left) and The Sight Below are two of the artists on Ghostly International.
Matthew Dear, courtesy of Ghostly; The Sight Below, Bob Hansen/Ghostly
December 13, 2010 We'll Never Stop Living This Way is a compilation from the independent label Ghostly International. The album's 30 songs demonstrate the label's long history of blending rock and electronic music.
Choir Of Young Believers, live at the Gibson Guitar Showroom at SXSW 2010.
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March 19, 2010 Hailing from Copenhagen, Choir Of Young Believers' frontman draws on Nordic melodies, mixing slow ballads with anthemic indie-pop. It's all reminiscent of '60s rock while still looking forward. Hear a concert recorded for KEXP at The Gibson Showroom in Austin, Texas.
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Choir of Young Believers performs a session at Cutting Room Studios.
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October 27, 2009 With the help of Cutting Room Studios, KEXP had to move into a tiny studio for this live CMJ broadcast. It turned out to be a blessing: Choir of Young Believers' every haunting sound and whisper was captured in an intimate, unforgettable session.
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Choir of Young Believers.
August 7, 2009 Choir of Young Believers is led by 26-year-old Danish singer Jannis Noya Makrigiannis, who works with a rotating cast of supporting players. His band fluctuates anywhere from a duo to an octet. Listen to the Beach Boys- and Radiohead-inspired This Is for the White in Your Eyes in its entirety.
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