Playlist of November 13 2015

Playlist of November 13 2015
Alien vampiress is fitting in
Catself is remembered by her audiences for her unusual but catchy melodies, poetic and clever lyrics and the fairytale atmosphere she creates. Her songs move both between genres and between moods and themes.
Half-broken heart
Crosseyed Miles is the solo project of singer-songwriter Greg Polmateer from Rochester, New York.
FEW
Levitaatiolaulu
FEW is a folk and jazz trio from Finland. They have released one album. We don't think this trio is still making music together. Their website is gone and their Facebook page has gone quiet. Line-up: Franka Oroza, Elsa Sihvola and Wilja Rosenberg
Bezsen
Ranoc is a duo from Poland, started in 2002. They do not like main stream music and focus a lot on the lyrics. Sadly they split up about 3 years ago. Now they have separate music projects.
His ways
Nearfield is an electronic group from Portugal. In 2011 they released their 13-track fan-funded debut album, titled "PopFace".
Wherefrom
Amycanbe is a 4-piece trip-hop band from Cervia, Italy, started in 2002 by Marco and Mattia. So far they have released 3 albums ("Being A Grown-Up Sure Is Complicated", "Mountain Whales" and "Wolf") and 2 EPs ("Yellow Suit" and "The World Is Round").
Far from home
Singer-songwriter Natalia Safran is from Los Angeles. She writes, produces and performs music together with her brother, Mikołaj Mick Jaroszyk. Natalia Safran has released her debut album "High Noon" in 2011.
Closer to irreversible
3IsOne is a collaboration between 3 versatile singers, authors and composers from the Netherlands, Italy and France. Their songs are about society, love and relationships between people, but also darker subjects like depression and death.
Angel in the dark
Nemesea is a female-fronted gothic/rock band from Groningen, the Netherlands. The band was started in 2002 by vocalist Manda Ophuis and guitarist HJ at the Prins Claus Conservatory. Nowadays they are a 5-piece band and have released 3 studio albums.
Can't be saved
Song of the Week
The Canadian band Ophelia Sydrome was formed in 2002, when Trina Nadeau (cello) and Deanna Wells (vocals, keyboards) met during their studies. In 2007 Adrian McFarlane and Josh Kohler completed the band with drums, bass and backing vocals.
Tide is high
Ampia Vista is a solo-project from Italy. He has been making music for a long time, still before the first internet music sites. His songs combine different styles, from simple pop songs to more complex rock.
Ordinary man
Broken Sun is a collaboration between various Dutch and Australian musicians, formed in 2008. So far they have released 2 albums: a self-titled debut album in 2009 and Life & Death in 2014. Genres: alternative, Americana, blues, soundtrack, rock
Rebelation
Rewind is a young 5-piece rock band from the Netherlands, formed in 2010 by Matthijs and Thomas Herkenraad. In 2012 Leida Daalmeijer joined. The band was completed in 2014 by rhythm guitarist Johan van der Wielen and bass guitarist Peter Kok.
Rock city angels
Rock City Seven is a cover band from Chicago, US, formed in 2009. Occasionally they also make original songs. Steve Nink (skins), Marc Malitz (bass), Michael LaVista (guitar/vocals), Matt Uremovich (vocals), Matt Nelson (guitar/keys/vocals/novelty)

I think I have an attractive playlist for you today. I will play some songs by artists I haven't played for some time, some new songs from artists I have played before, of course the Song of the Week winner, and a recording which is for the first time on the radio today.

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Ophelia Syndrome
The Canadian band Ophelia Sydrome was formed in the winter of 2002, when Trina Nadeau (cello) and Deanna Wells (vocals, keyboards) met during their studies at Mohawk College. In 2007 Adrian McFarlane and Josh Kohler completed the sound with drums, bass and backing vocals.

In 2008, Ophelia Syndrome entered Catherine North Studios and in 2009 they debuted with an independently released EP Shades of Grey. The EP spent 4 weeks on C101 Top 30. Ophelia Syndrome played a number of small tours all over Canada while playing regular shows in Hamilton, Oakville and Toronto. They also appeared at The Cambridge Arts Festival, and as a headliner at The Art of Sound Festival in 2010.

Encouraged by the success of Shades of Grey, the band signed up on SellaBand to seek funding for their first full album. In November 2010, they finished raising 11 900 € and a year later released All Things Forgotten, which was recorded and co-produced by Michael Chambers at Catherine North.

All Things Forgotten contains new songs written over the two years after the release of Shades of Grey. Apart from the band's usual lineup, on the album you hear Andrew Barbisan on guitar, lap steel, and backing vocals and Loretta Hale on trumpet (on the track Long Wait). The band's sound has been reinvented and surprises the listener with a new strength.

Fundraising on SellaBand brought Ophelia Syndrome new fans from around the world, including Europe. After completing another round of fundraising, this time for promotion, the band booked a European tour. In August 2012 they toured the Netherlands and Germany.

In 2013 Ophelia Syndrome completed their third fundraising project. These funds were spent on their second full length album, titled North Sea, released in January 2015.

Website of Ophelia Syndrome