Results tagged “music” from Cottonmouth

Cottonmouth Nine: Jessyca Hutchens

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Cottonmouth Five: SalamandaStrong

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SalamandaStrong CM5

Somewhere in the dark and nasty region where nobody goes, stands an ancient castle. Deep within this dank and uninviting place lives Berk, overworked servant of thing upstairs. But that's nothing compared to the horrors that lurk beneath the trap door, for there is always something down there, in the dark, waiting to come out.

Don't you open that trapdoor, you're a fool if you dare. Stay away from that trapdoor, cause there's something down there.

SalamandaStrong love dragons and trapdoors and cellophane lights.

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Cottonmouth Four: Gosia Basinska

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Gosia Basinska

Polish born, Australian singer, musician and songwriter, Gosia Basinska has been writing and playing music for 14 years. After some time in girl rock bands, she moved onto other projects including fronting the original band Smitten, playing drums and singing for Ten Speed Racer, and working closely with Allan Boyd in Freebase as vocalist and Mitey Co as guest vocalist.

More recently her music projects include: recording an album that is currently being mixed by Mikael Hakkarainen and mastered by Esa Santonen in Finland, working collaboratively with musicians from the UK, Italy on small projects and also with musicians from New-Zealand on an album called Dhialogue, singing Jazz at La Tropicana Cafe and integrating music into the Elegant Pedlars' performances.

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Cottonmouth Four: Mathas

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My name is Mathas.

I've been here for 24 years.

Up until a month or so ago, I'd lived in the same house my entire life.

I've never broken any bones and had two impressive parents.

Now I push cappuccinos down people's throats, squish syllables into 4/4 and take the piss out of things.

I run "The Community" with my fellow community of music kids.

I try to be nice to everybody because there isn't enough circumstantial evidence put forward in daily interaction to judge one's perspective.. and my third eye doesn't work yet.

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