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“Volcanology” – Brooklyn (Ctrl Alt Del) [SINGLE] April 22, 2008

Posted by rocketsciencemedia in Press Releases.
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TITLE: Volcanology / ARTIST: Brooklyn / LABEL: Ctrl Alt Del / RELEASE DATE: 2nd June 2008

1. Volcanology
2. Volcanology (Talk Machine Radio Reshape)

Brooklyn is one of the major bands representing the rising Parisian rock scene. They sit somewhere between beautiful pop songs and raw indie rock! Already triumphed by various sides of the press, both UK and internationally [Rock & Folk, Mixte, Crash, Vogue UK, Nylon, Guitarist Magazine and Dazed and Confused] there really is no stopping this band…

There live shows delivers an intense and positive experience not to be forgotten, and they have already supported Razorlight, The Kooks, and The Wombats – not bad for a fledgling four piece.

This 2 tracker comes with a more dance–orientated bonus, which is sure to keep the every discerning DJ happy!

Upcoming Live Events:
April 2008 – Le Printemps de Bourges, France (TBC)
May 2008 – Great Escape, Brighton (TBC)
July 2008 – Fuji Rock, Japan
August 2008 – Rock en Seine, France

Useful Links:
http://www.myspace.com/aboutbrooklyn
http://www.myspace.com/ctrlaltdelrecords
http://www.myspace.com/lcuk
http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x24e5d_brooklyn-nouveau-casino

If you would like some more information or you want to preview or review this release and would like to receive a promo copy, please contact glenn@rocketsciencemedia.com or lou@rocketsciencemedia.com
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