Nameless & the Faceless
Born and raised in the jungles of the New York City scene, The Mystic Underground are at the forefront of the new electronic pop movement. Blending the sounds of new wave, post-punk, Britpop, and alternative dance and wrapping it all in an electronic bow, they write the songs to make you laugh, to make you cry... to make you feel. Described as 'The Smiths with synthesizers' and echoing such varied influences as Bowie, Radiohead and the Pet Shop Boys, TMU's brand of intelligent electronic pop is poised to make a mark in what seems to be a current resurgence of the song-based style this band are experts in. In the words of singer, Vladimir Valette, 'With this album, we're looking to grab a foothold in the minds and hearts of listeners everywhere, we want to serve as a reminder that the term 'pop music' isn't an obscenity. We write songs with something to say and aren't afraid to push the envelope and have you singing along in the process'. 2004 is the year that this band plans to unveil what hopes to be a hallmark in the New York musical renaissance. Their debut album, 'The Nameless and The Faceless' is filled to the brim with songs of experience, tales of the human condition and danceable ditties. Hear it for yourself this coming December 7 2004 on their Sterosonic imprint!