Hanzelle | Bio-Electric Flower Pot

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Bio-Electric Flower Pot

by Hanzelle

A Poet and the Beat. Studied rhythms and creative textures made of electronic and natural sounds, compliment soothing vocals and sharp lyrics. Upbeat, ethereal fairy tales in a head bobbing fit of comfort.
Genre: Pop: Noise Pop
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1. Alone In The Grass H@nzelle
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2. In Noticing H@nzelle
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3. Physics H@nzelle
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4. Close The Door H@nzelle
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5. Spirit Glass H@nzelle
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6. Fallout Heart H@nzelle
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7. O\' This Night H@nzelle
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8. Noisy September H@nzelle
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9. Far Away H@nzelle
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10. Quit Yer Job H@nzelle
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Casey Kaufman- lead vocals, cello, etc...
Jeremi Morris - Drums, guitar, bass, synths, etc...


Casey and Jeremi met in Nashville Tennessee in 2006 while playing in two other groups together, Baby Teeth THieves and Ascent Of Everest. The two found making music with each other to be so fun, they decided to work on their debut album, "Bio-electric Flower Pot." Together, they hope to share the experience of foot tapping, sing-along-songs, mixed with sophisticated rhythms and polyphonic electro/string chamber textures that push the envelope of their imagination, in hopes of satisfying yours.

All music is written, performed, recorded, produced , and arranged by H@nzelle


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