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Fredde Gredde – Not Dead, Making a new Album

Regular readers of this blog may remember tht we featured and artist called Fredde Gredde back in May, and lamented that he hadn’t uploaded a video in a long while.

It seems that Fredde Gredde is not dead, but rather had taken time off to go and make a new album. The new Album is available on his website. You can find samples there.

He did, however, offer us another one of his meddlies, this one, however, was one that puts the words of a new fairy tale to the words of classical music. The fairy tale is fascinating, and the entire thing is very enjoyable. Loose yourself:



Passenger : British Folk Rock Singer

Passenger is the stage name of Michael David Rosenberg, now a solo artist since the band Passenger dissolved in 2009.

Since then Passenger has kept on making music, playing to venues up and down the UK. His lyrics are smooth and poinient, which coupled with his unique voice makes these tracks something that stick.

Here’s “Little Lights”

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AWOLNATION : Electronic Rock

AWOLNATION is a band that is predominantly focused around their lead singer, Aaron Bruno. They are also the first featured band that, at the time of going to press, was actually signed to a label, Red Bull.

They make it onto Found-It because of their distinctive sound and musicality. They are also not a band that we at Found-It had heard of, and their style is new and unique.

To see what we mean, check out their video “Sail”

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Pomplamoose : Groovy Music.

Pomplamoose are a couple making music in a style that you’ve probably never heard before. It’s a relaxed style, with a dreamy combination of voice and music. To be honest, there’s no real way to describe this music other than to listen to it.

They do both covers, and their own music, in their own indubitable style.

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Pentatonix : Accapella for a modern age

Some of you may have heard of The Flying Pickets, a group who uses no instruments other than their voices (and the occasional bit of microphone magic). This style of music has always been a favourite of some of our searchers here at Found-It, and it’s no surprise that today we are introducing a group called Pentatonix.

Here is their mash-up of Daft-Punk tunes. Remember, there is no computer here, just voices.

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Found-It Classic : Jasper Carrot

The wonderful thing about you-tube is that it is full of music that you really want to be able to hear again and again. Some of it was made before there was even an internet to upload it to. Fan favorites, and golden-oldies.

So, in keeping with the mission of this blog, which is to bring music to the masses, this is a new feature post, Found-It Classic, where we at Found-It share with you the music that you probably didn’t know existed from the past.

We’re kicking this feature off with an unlikely number one, Funky Moped by Jasper Carrot.

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Gardiner Sister : New American Music, with a mellow sound

The Gardiner are 3 sisters who, like all sibling singing groups, produce the kind of amazing harmonies that science tells us can only be done when they are all gifted with a singing voice. The three sisters are Hailey, Allie, and Mandi.

They are busily working their way towards a career, and I can’t imagine that it won’t be long before they get snapped up by a record company, so before they do, you heard it here folks!

Here is their original song “Make You Love Me”

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