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by From the Airport

Korean new electro rock band From The Airport's 3rd single album 'Timelines'.
Genre: Electronic: Electro
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Album Notes
Both members of the South Korean band ‘From The Airport’, Milo and Zee, had clear musical visions ever since they started hitting piano notes and tuning guitars in their early ears - ‘use music as a means to convey powerful, positive messages.’ Hence when they coincidentally met at an indie rock concert early 2012, they instantly realized what their new musical project was going to be – music from a relatively small market for indie rock amplifying messages to listeners all around the world, and thus the band name ‘From The Airport.’

Blending Milo’s experienced guitar and melody writing abilities from his progressive metal and film music projects (Jesus Band, Korea, etc.) and Zee’s piano and dj/producing skills (Banana Dynamite, Ash Sub Rosa) became From The Airport’s unique sound; the urge to create a revolutionary sound made the band to term its genre as new electro rock, a killing blend of energizing distortion, dancing beats, pop melodies meaningful lyrics.

Some critical acclaims for their first single ‘Colors’:
“Brilliant…vibrant…full of color and excitement” – Indie Shuffle
“Just the way I like it” – Off The Radar
“Experimental nature and pop sensibilities” – The Sound of Confusion

Some critical acclaims for their second single 'Everyone's All Right':
"Very addictive" - Your Music Radar
"A step above" - Korean Indie


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