Last Hologram
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Last Hologram

Toronto, Ontario, Canada | Established. Jan 01, 2015 | SELF

Toronto, Ontario, Canada | SELF
Established on Jan, 2015
Band Rock Indie

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Jul
23
Last Hologram @ The Drake Underground

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Jul
08
Last Hologram @ Horseshoe Tavern

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

May
28
Last Hologram @ Schomberg Agricultural Fair

Schomberg, Ontario, Canada

Schomberg, Ontario, Canada

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Discography

Last Hologram Brave New Universe  (not yet released)
(11 song full length Album releases May 2016)

1.   Mustapha Mond
2.   City is Swollen
3.   Streetlight Song
4.   Cascade
5.   After the Fog
6.   The Lens
7.   Culture Clash
8.   Dreamchaser
9.   Vanity
10. The Real One
11. The Breadcrumb Trail


Previously as Lickpenny Loafer - People Will Talk (2011)

https://itunes.apple.com/ca/album/people-will-talk/id419387058

1.   King Henry VIII
2.   Star Explorer X
3.   Pistachio
4.   Keys to the City
5.   End of the Fair
6.   Slow Pour
7.   Nowhere Road
8.   In Our Time
9.   Lost and Found
10.  In Retrospect
11.  Better Days


Lickpenny Loafer - Introducing Lickpenny Loafer EP (2006)

https://itunes.apple.com/ca/album/introducing-lickpenny-loafer/id268384862

1.  Bonded
2.  Sweetest Things in Life
3.  Climbing Trees
4.  The Haunt






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Bio

2016 sees the launch of Toronto indie band Last Hologram’s album Brave New Universe. But not before a death match with Toronto indie band Lickpenny Loafer.

Okay, it was a metaphorical cage match. We used to be called Lickpenny Loafer. But that ran its course.

In our defence, our singer and fearless leader, Arunachal Subramanian, was inspired by an O. Henry story, “The Lickpenny Lover.”

He’s inspired by some strange and varied things: He grew up in India, the grandson of Indian classical music composer Indira Natesan (aka grandma). He came of age musically in Johannesburg, where he lived and worked for a time, listening to South African music like Kweto – and a lot of Morissey and Radiohead and Talk Talk.

Add to that the influences of his bandmates and other collaborators — Devin Hannan (long-time songwriting collaborator and guitarist), Jen Benton (bass player for The Cliks and Andy Kim), James Scott (drummer for Hot Wax Meltdown), Karl Mohr (Sound Designer, Dead Red Velvet and others), Scott Galloway (keyboards/synth, Dean Brody and others), Stephan Szczesniak (drummer for Hawksley Workman, Sarah Slean, and others), and Marc Rogers (bass player for Philosopher Kings), among others, and you get the picture.

As Lickpenny Loafer, we won over Toronto music fans with our headlining shows at the Horseshoe Tavern, Lee’s Palace, Revival, the Reverb (beore it closed down), the Drake Underground, El Mocambo, C’est What, and many others. We put out two solid albums, and toured India.

After the progressive pop of 2011’s People Will Talk, we’ve gone in a new direction. Better name, better music. Brave New Universe is a marriage of synth-driven ’80s pop with dense rock grooves.

Give us a listen. : We’re 21-st century multi-culti  indie. We rock live, with songs like Mustapha Mond and The Lens. We’re CanCon! And yes, we’re unsigned – for now. But you said it yourselves: Indie comes in all shapes and sizes.

 

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