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April 19, 2006

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PANDA AND ANGEL [I]PANDA AND ANGEL[/I] REVIEW

Although the grunge influence has waned and more diverse music is emanating from the Northwest, there is plenty of angst left in the Seattle music scene. Panda & Angel do their best to lament heartache and loneliness on their self-titled EP for Jade Tree. The band recorded six tracks in Seattle's famed Avast Studios (The Shins, Death Cab for Cutie, Sleater-Kinney) and are set for a West Coast to support the EP, which has a release date of July 25th. Despite the melancholy lyrics on tunes like Dangerous, one has to think life is pretty good for these guys right now.

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Earvolution

AUTHOR
JD

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