Gnomenclature | C'est Sharp

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C'est Sharp

by Gnomenclature

Jangle pop/World beat
Genre: Pop: Jangle Pop
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In the beginning, there was Craigslist, and Craigslist brought musicians together, so it was good. Craigslist begat Jesse, a humble guitarist from Seattle intent on assembling a congregation. But Jesse was alone, so Craigslist bestowed upon him the soulful siren, Alex. Craigslist blessed this union and said, "Be fruitful! Multiply!" And they did, and it was good, and Craigslist was happy.

So Jesse plucked from his guitar string Devan, the rock doctor. And Devan closely supervised the begetting of Chris, the Polyrhythmic Pennsylvanian. And Chris begat Michael, who added his brassy voice to the growing choir.

And Craigslist heard them, and said, "You shall be Gnomenclature," and they were less certain. "But we are not gnomes," they argued. Again Craigslist spoke: "You shall be Gnomenclature."

And they were.


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