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LandLocked

LandLocked

Reggae / Surf Rock / Island Reggae Bozeman, MT  US

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  • MR SLIC (Artist)
    MR SLIC
    Awesome music.... stopping thru to show some LUV to the movement HIT my FOLLOW button on my pg I'LL do the same for you www.twitter.com/mr_slic 1LUV ~SLIC~
  • Music (Artist)
    Music
    A multi-dimensional entertainment company/website will be up and running February 1, 2013. We need Musicians, Visual artists, Authors and Poets to be featured on the website for free! Free promotion! We will have a monthly contest for creators and we also offer affordable promotion packages. We will be hosting events in the near future where we will need people to perform and attend for support. If this website interests you in any way please email: Northwestarts@hotmail.com Thank You
  • Worthy Bones (Artist)
    Worthy Bones
    Really enjoyed your music! Wicked nice sound!
  • Moxi (Artist)
    Moxi
    Much love landlocked!
  • Andrew Pratt (Fan)
    Andrew Pratt
    Gotta love the Inland "island" beats!!!!! If you are into Hip Hop check out a local group Raised Broke Entertainment.
  • AbNorml Tunes (Artist)
    AbNorml Tunes
    Great Tunes!! Peace and One Love

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Bio: Montana may not be known as a breeding ground for reggae-rock bands, but Bozeman-based Landlocked has thrived by creating unique, soulful music that reminds the listener more of surfing and beach parties than ski huts and barn dances. But that's not to say that they play straightforward island ro...See Full Bio

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“Soon enough, they being to get antsy, they can't sit any longer, simply talking about music causes a flicker in their fingers, you can see the musical gears in their heads turning while the silent plucks of ukulele strings begin. David has already grabbed the mic, and slowly the beat from his mouth gets louder and louder, and before I know it, Eric jumps in strumming away on a bouncy, reggae melody that soon becomes the backbone of an improve jam. Once again, floating in a see of good vibrations, I sing back into the cushions of the couch, letting the music take me over.”

— Zack Morris, Bozeman Magazine

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