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 Bob Gajarsky review of Brother Grimm'​s //Tales//: "Out of the area in Florida known for fun and sun comes an unsigned band whose name is historically known for tales of sex and violence: Brother Grimm. Their self-described influences include The Beatles, James Brown, Jimi Hendrix, Neil Diamond, Led Zeppelin, and others. This eclectic grouping would obviously produce an unusual sound; I'd also throw in Pearl Jam and bands that border on the metal sound, such as Metallica, Rush, and Living Colour as comparative sounds. The song "​Mother Tranquility"​ (which won 1st place in Fort Lauderdale'​s Video Awards) packs a solid punch with both music and lyrics. "Touch the horde / of selfish greed / trees wither in / anguish / amongst the roar / of a chainsaw"​ are just some of the lyrics which show a deeper level than in most of today'​s songs. "​Ichabod"​ takes a Jean Michel-Jarre sounding keyboards and melds them with Michael Roy's distinctive vocals to make a killer track. Roy's voice, which at times sounds like Eddie Vedder (Pearl Jam) or James Hetfield (Metallica),​ has helped catapult the area to rave reviews in the Palm Beach Gardens area. The band has also generated publicity in that area for sharing its excess studio time with other local bands. According to keyboardist Dan Gindin, the close ties between the bands helps. "​There'​s good support and good gigs," says Gindin. "​We'​re (the area bands) all supportive of each other, but the Palm Beach area isn't known for its music."​ That's true; the media types who aren't still gushing over Seattle are camping out in San Diego or Athens, often unwilling to venture into uncharted territories like Palm Beach. If given a shot, Brother Grimm is the kind of band that could garner a large, loyal dedicated following. Rather than spend the next $10 on the next hyped band from Seattle, spend $6 and get Brother Grimm'​s Tales. You'll be glad you did. ...." Bob Gajarsky review of Brother Grimm'​s //Tales//: "Out of the area in Florida known for fun and sun comes an unsigned band whose name is historically known for tales of sex and violence: Brother Grimm. Their self-described influences include The Beatles, James Brown, Jimi Hendrix, Neil Diamond, Led Zeppelin, and others. This eclectic grouping would obviously produce an unusual sound; I'd also throw in Pearl Jam and bands that border on the metal sound, such as Metallica, Rush, and Living Colour as comparative sounds. The song "​Mother Tranquility"​ (which won 1st place in Fort Lauderdale'​s Video Awards) packs a solid punch with both music and lyrics. "Touch the horde / of selfish greed / trees wither in / anguish / amongst the roar / of a chainsaw"​ are just some of the lyrics which show a deeper level than in most of today'​s songs. "​Ichabod"​ takes a Jean Michel-Jarre sounding keyboards and melds them with Michael Roy's distinctive vocals to make a killer track. Roy's voice, which at times sounds like Eddie Vedder (Pearl Jam) or James Hetfield (Metallica),​ has helped catapult the area to rave reviews in the Palm Beach Gardens area. The band has also generated publicity in that area for sharing its excess studio time with other local bands. According to keyboardist Dan Gindin, the close ties between the bands helps. "​There'​s good support and good gigs," says Gindin. "​We'​re (the area bands) all supportive of each other, but the Palm Beach area isn't known for its music."​ That's true; the media types who aren't still gushing over Seattle are camping out in San Diego or Athens, often unwilling to venture into uncharted territories like Palm Beach. If given a shot, Brother Grimm is the kind of band that could garner a large, loyal dedicated following. Rather than spend the next $10 on the next hyped band from Seattle, spend $6 and get Brother Grimm'​s Tales. You'll be glad you did. ...."
  
-===== Discography=====+===== Discography =====
  
 | 1992 | [[https://​christiantapeunderground.wordpress.com/​2018/​06/​23/​brother-grimm-brother-grimm/​|Brother Grimm]] | | 1992 | [[https://​christiantapeunderground.wordpress.com/​2018/​06/​23/​brother-grimm-brother-grimm/​|Brother Grimm]] |
-| 199? | [[Tales]] +| 199? | Tales | 
-| 199? | [[Cabana Colony]] |+| 199? | Cabana Colony | 
 + 
 +------ 
 + 
 +==== Brother Grimm ==== 
 + 
 +1992 Independent 
 + 
 +Possible members: 
 + 
 +Mike Roi – Vocals\\ 
 +Dan Gindin – Keyboards/​piano\\ 
 +Brian Shinn – Guitar\\ 
 +Yehuda Ashash – Bass guitar\\ 
 +Rich Veitch – Drums 
 + 
 +  - Mother Tranquility 
 +  - Blue Ketchup 
 +  - Ichabod 
 +  - Blowing Bubbles 
 + 
 +------ 
 + 
 +==== Tales ==== 
 + 
 +199? Independent 
 + 
 +Possible members: 
 + 
 +Mike Roi – Vocals\\ 
 +Dan Gindin – Keyboards/​piano\\ 
 +Brian Shinn – Guitar\\ 
 +Yehuda Ashash – Bass guitar\\ 
 +Rich Veitch – Drums 
 + 
 +Songs included: 
 + 
 +  * Mother Tranquility 
 +  * Shift 
 +  * Underside 
 +  * Blue Ketchup 
 +  * Ichabod 
 +  * Self Treachery 
 +  * Eve 
 +  * Alain 
 +  * Can't Always Get It 
 +  * New Orleans Moon 
 +  * Progress Babies 
 +  * Ash 
 +  * Exit 53 
 +  * Listen to the Toads 
 +  * Your Darkness 
 +  * The Dog in Me has Died 
 +  * Dreamcatcher 
 +  * Origin of a Species 
 +  * New World Presence 
 +  * Terese 
 +  * Pools of Blue (acoustic) 
 +  * Bewlay Brothers 
 +  * Ash (acoustic) 
 +  * Self Treachery (acoustic) 
 +  * Moonage Daydream 
 + 
 +------ 
 + 
 +==== Cabana Colony ==== 
 + 
 +199? Independent 
 + 
 +------
  
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