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March 17th, 2009

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With the last decade’s proliferation of manufactured pop stars and the collapse of the music industry from illegal downloads, it has been rather difficult to find new and unique bands. At first the early 2000s produced a crop of young hipster bands from New York, which at the time were new and very different. The indie hipster scene has since quieted in New York and music seems to be firing up again in Los Angeles.

Enter Los Angeles based band Julien-K. Formed in 2003 by Ryan Shuck and Amir Derakh of the platinum group Orgy, these true artists seek to be revolutionary and inspirational. With the lack of true rock stardom and authenticity of bands today, Julien-K certainly hearkens back to a different era with a completely new sound. Shuck and Derakh have continued the dark electronic tone that existed in Orgy within their new album Death to Analog. Mix in a smooth mix of strong yet melodic vocals and sex appeal and you have a winning combination.

Do check Julien-K and their new video for “Kick the Bass”.

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  • Cheyenne Mcdermitt

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  • Rich Rogosky

    Fine reading. Nice piece of info, you describe the topic very well

  • Dress Pants ·

    the music industry is getting bigger because more and more people likes to hear new music artists and new genres “

  • Saran Houtchens

    I agree with your thoughts here and I really love your blog! I’ve bookmarked it so that I can come back & read more in the future.

  • Reverse Osmosis

    the music industry would always be a thriving industry specially these days where we listen to a lot of music ,*’

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