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Amos The Transparent

- CA Ottawa, ON, CA Alternative / Indie Rock / Pop Rock

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Manager: Cool Planet Entertainment

Bio: Amos The Transparent can go from six-part a cappella harmonies and handclaps to four across the front balls-out guitar rock in the flick of a pick, and that’s the beauty of them. Their lush arrangements and subtle textures on their two releases, their debut album Everything I’ve Forgotten To For... See Full Bio

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Status

We were just added to the BIGSOUND music festival in Australia. Sept 8-10...Can't wait!

Press

““Wiry folk/indie pop that sways and swells with amazing precision.” ‐HeroHill.com”
—  Hero Hill
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  • 2013

    Dec 21


    Clifton, NJ, US | 8:00pm

    Clifton, NJ, US
    Sat Dec 21, 2013 8:00pm
  • 2013

    Mar 16


    Clifton, NJ, US | 8:00pm

    Clifton, NJ, US
    Sat Mar 16, 2013 8:00pm
  • 2012

    Dec 21


    Ottawa, CA | 9:00pm

    Ottawa, CA
    Fri Dec 21, 2012 9:00pm
  • 2012

    Aug 16


    Clifton, NJ, US | 8:00pm

    Clifton, NJ, US
    Thu Aug 16, 2012 8:00pm
  • 2012

    Aug 10


    Kemptville, ON, CA | 9:00pm

    Kemptville, ON, CA
    Fri Aug 10, 2012 9:00pm

    Details

    Friday 10, Amos the Transparent, 9pm, $5. Jian Ghomeshi of CBC’s ‘Q’ called them the Canadian Wilco. Holy Crap! I have a feeling that is like being called the ‘next Bob Dylan’ back in the sixties, you know, a blessing and a curse… And yes, there is definitely some Wilco here, but there is also a lot more Amos…The tunes range from catchy & fun to thoughtful and provocative, they bear up under repeat listens, and remind me of not just roots rockers like Wilco but also of indie pop like the Shins, Radiohead, Iron and Wine, Bon Iver or even hyper-local acts like Barn or Brad Sucks. Apparently known for high energy live shows and boasting seven members, Amos may be hard to contain on the Branch’s tiny stage—they have chosen to bill it as an acoustic show, a prospect made even more interesting by the fact that their music includes keys (Accordian? Here's hoping!) and strings (Mike Yates on cello!) They are also offering a low ticket price (just $5), a bonus that is surprising and exciting for a band that gets regular play on alt rock radio stations across Canada…I guess that means that they want a full house…I don’t think we will disappoint them, do you?

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  • Total Fans 32

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