Origami once a month :: 2 live's : Ed & June :: School is Cool

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Origami Music, indies label on the record market tries original ways to capture attention.

Origami@Café Central proposes every month a selection of bands specially chosen or suggested by well-known... other bands. A kind of godfathership in the universe of alternative sounds.

This month Sharko and Absynthe Minded are suggesting...

Sharko : ""Ed & June m'a permis d'entendre la promesse d'un groupe à l'orée de son épanouissement. Une brume lointaine, douce, mais pleine d'amertume."

ABSYNTHE MINDED : "School is Cool klinkt eigentijds en helemaal niet Belgisch, dit is een groep die ook internationaal kan gaan maken! Het klinkt aanstekelijk en zo zijn ze ook op het podium... Aanstekelijk ! Once bitten, forever smitten."

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Ed & June    (a suggestion of SHARKO)
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http://www.myspace.com/edandjune

Ed & June is a collaboration between 2 musicians that started in 2007. After recording a demo published online in 2009, they are now working on their debut album to be released end of 2011. New songs will be posted as their work and recordings continue. The band’s first shows are scheduled early November. In the meantime, here are two songs from their upcoming album.

All music and Lyrics by Phyl Bautzer and Remy Lebbos

 

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School is Cool    (a suggestion of ABSYNTHE MINDED)
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http://www.myspace.com/j.genard

 Johannes Genard plays Garageband all by himself. Live however, and if School is Cool ever gets lured into a studio, the School is Cool band will be called out of its lair.

- Johannes Genard: Vocals, Guitars, Bassdrum, Secretary General In Charge Of Stringbusting
- Andrew van Ostade: Floortom, Glockenspiel and Maniacal Jumping
- Nele Paelinck: Keyboards, Violin, Glockenspiel, Backing Vocals and Bonux: Efficiënt En Doeltreffend
- Michael Van Ostade: Hofner Bass, Backing Vocals and Plectrum Management
- Matthias Dillen: Tiny Fucking Drumkit But A Phat Phucking Sound