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OuterSound :: May 2010

The May episode of OuterSound showcases a variety of independent artists from around the world to include Australia, Italy, Korea, Canada, the UK and, of course, the US.  Here’s who you’ll hear…
Prophet Z :: Brooklyn, NY
The Wake :: Rosignano Solvay, Italy
Sink to See :: Los Angeles, CA
28-200 :: Denver, CO
IM Munroe :: Vancouver, Canada
ThisOrder :: Rome, Italy
The Breathing :: Seoul, Korea
Cantalouper :: Columbia, MO
Sickhoose :: Ovingham, Great Britain
Tenpenny Joke :: Melbourne, Australia
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OuterSound – May 2010
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The Thumbs Up For March

The votes have been tallied and the choice of the people…err the Froglix Faithful anyway…is quite clear.  The top 10 artists as selected by the listeners for March 2010 are (insert drum roll here)…

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Tenpenny Joke

The Sky Life

Everything Zen

Ring of Truth

Black Knight

Hand Painted Swinger

Killer Godzilla

Rude City Riot

The Exits

– Drago

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The Ambush Is On

genre: alt-rock | grunge
label: Sunset Records

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Melbourne, Australia’s Tenpenny Joke is certainly not new to the indie-music scene as their last full-length disc, Ambush On All Sides, was released in 2007.  They are, however, new to us here at Froglix and when our friends at musicSUBMIT.com introduced us to their leviathan sound we just had to add them to the broadcast.  The brand of alt-rock laid down by Anthony Casey (vocals), Brian Rimmer (lead guitar/vocals), Jay Pinfold (drums), Pete Coon (guitar) and Jules Senserrick (bass) is poignant, powerful and prolific and hearkens back to the glory days of grunge when Alice In Chains, Pearl Jam, Mudhoney, etc. reigned supreme.

– Drago