MP3 Midori and Audioclique - Bring It
Midori fronts a high-energy Bay Area rock band with soulfully potent lead vocals, burning lead guitar, panoramic keyboards, and ground pounding bass and drums. Our sound can be described as organic, classic rock fused with a modern presence.
13 MP3 Songs in this album (51:07) !
Related styles: ROCK: Modern Rock, POP: Today''s Top 40
People who are interested in Sheryl Crow Avril Lavigne Paramore should consider this download.
Midori is a high-energy soulfully potent singer and songwriter from the Bay Area. She is backed by Audioclique with burning lead guitar, panaramic keyboards, and ground pounding bass and drums. Recently, Midori was featured in the Showcase at https://www.tradebit.com, where she finished 3rd out of 1000 bands and was the top US band.
Midori and Audioclique''s sound can be described as organic, classic rock fused with a modern presence ala beatles meets avril meets zepplin meets sheryl crow meets matchbox. Four of their songs won several awards on garageband, including track of the day, track of the week, and several #1 spots in the Bay Area music category.
Midori also won SingerUniverse''s Best Vocalist of the Month Contest for May ,and will be featured on their home page May 8- June 8, 2008.
Midori/Audioclique will be the featured band- Global Spotlight for a Day at https://www.tradebit.com on May 22, 2008.
Midori and Audioclique have been featured or reviewed by https://www.tradebit.com, https://www.tradebit.com and https://www.tradebit.com. They have been selected for upcoming reviews or features in Junior''s Cave, Target Summer Edition, Dig This Real, Buzzbin Magazine, and Wildy''s World.
They are also currently on the roster for the KBH/TVIFF Showcase Series.
Review from https://www.tradebit.com
Fronted by comely siren Midori Longo, Midori/Audioclique is a West Coast outfit that straddles the narrowing line between long-tail Jessica Simpson bands like Paramore->Be Your Own Pet and the wild wild world of self-produced ever-more widely available independent releases that take chances in the production room and sometimes crank out something that intertextually (so not a real word) leans on the wide-open sound of Zeppelin and what No Doubt must have sounded like before their first major label (read gated toms) outing. This project rides the wave in both directions, promising a fresh voice and one that is institutionally sanctioned by the payola powers that be.
It is in this very dichotomy that the interest lies.
Midori’s voice has all the making of mainstream stardom and the band that she rides understands the gravity of letting the moment ride, calling on vintage recording techniques and broad sounding mixes that remind us that there is a life in all this, not just an agenda to cut through the clamor. It will be interesting to see how they proceed, for indeed they will either blow open a door or walk through another where the party is well attended and they will scan the room in fear that someone may already be wearing the same dress.
Let’s give ‘em an A. Cuz the sound, when it’s sound, is sexy and so is she.