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Article15 / Bio


Joshua Gaines is a sole artist with an extensive catalog of music. Article15's music started as an idea derived from the Iraqi desert while serving in Iraq. After Joshua returned home from his tour of duty in march of 2005 he began writing new songs and rewriting old songs. After 3 years of writing and rediscovering the recording process within the box instead using an 8 track he found himself with mountains of material. Demos were posted on Reverbnation once the website was discovered. Limited releases of material have been posted to only preserve the integrity and sole ownership of song material. Article15's vision is to simply write good songs and to be true to an art that Joshua respects and works very hard at. There is no current line up for a live setting. However, Article15 has made use of a local drummer by the name of John Danielson. He is featured on Reverbnation with Article15 on such tracks as "ordinary." John Danielson is the current drummer for Polydactyl which is a Madison, WI local progressive band that has just finished their first studio album.... check em out. Article15 is currently in search of members to fulfill a live act for the stage. Joshua Gaines also has a different project called "Tortias Interference" which is an electronically based project that sounds like Portishead meets NIN. Article15 is taking advantage of the winter months to finalize a strong demo for label release and or re-record with an actual band. Joshua Gaines owns all rights to works and works in Progress and is protected by BMI.

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Joshua Gaines
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Rock / Grunge / Progressive

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Madison, WI

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