A Little Known Nothing
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A Little Known Nothing


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"All reviews taken from GarageBand.com"

Reviews of the song 'Reason to wait'

I really like the bass on this track. It's really funky and well executed. The mood of the song is very funky and emotive. It's a strong indie track, with good production. I could hear some At The Drive In influences in there somewhere (the vocals I think), which is a good thing of course. I'd like to see how these guys perform live, as I always prefer live music.... A strong track by a funky indie band
- vincentvegan from United Kingdom on 30Mar2006

The mood of this song is mid tempo dark college rock with punk overtones. The dark jangly guitars remind me of the Velvet underground for some reason, while the smooth and melodic vocals remind me of earlier 7 Seconds. The chorus seems to be over before you start enjoying it, but the overall hook is the feel of this song itself.
- knifemare69 from St. Petersburg, Florida on 27Mar2006

Total surf feel the band kicks in with great instrumental playing but the singing will definately throw you off. It takes some getting use to but after you stop comparing him to the dud from Mars Volta the song begins working its magic. The hook is good but a little short. If you have a preference for groovy surf operatic punk check this band out. A very very original sound.
- captains from Norfolk, Virginia on 27Mar2006

This is some awsome beats boys i really like the bass guitar on the track great definition ngood overall sound thats gotta be a ampeg amp.great vocals good heart can hear everything clearly and the mix is dead on. cool guitar sound intro is engaging and the different moods throughout the song really add a good change and breathable sound. overall song writing is great and the drummer rocks.
- dudleydawson from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada on 26Mar2006

I really like it. Kinda reminds of a mix between 7Mary3 and Incubus. Oingo Boingo maybe?
- darkjoker from Lake Elsinore, California on 24Mar2006

Lots of well played parts in this song. Very interesting choice of notes, and what a different sounding killer production. Love how the recording opens up. Fits well within the radio friendly recording catagory. Now the chorus is catchy and has a very uptempo feel to it, while the guitars use a nice scale type of riff for a cool hook. Overall this song has a grow on you mood to it, very active and creative.
- thefume from Mesa, Arizona on 24Mar2006

I like the experimental groove you guys are following. The vocals are refreshing to hear. I also like how the bass and guitar compliment each other to drive the tune. I would guess that your influenced by incubus.
There's some reggae influence in the singers voice. The bass players is exceptional as is the guitar.
I can't understand the lyrics, but...
The chorus seems to fit the hook is the same as the chorus and the mood makes me happy.
- fairenough from Grand Forks, North Dakota on 23Mar2006

I like the beat the drums are laying down the vocals are original and cool sounding, I like the crazy guitar lines, and how it busts into some rocking stuff randomly this is a good song!
- the_ray420 from Portland, Oregon on 22Mar2006

Great Guitating, Bass To. Drummer realy gets the job done for such a unique punk/fusion sound. And a singer who can actualy sing.
- SKYTZO from Garden Grove, California on 21Mar2006 - http://www.garageband.com/artist/lknmusic/songs


EP "The Air is Bad". Four of these tracks can be heard on rock 102.1's show "The Scene"


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A Little Known Nothing is an original rock/funk/punk band from Milwaukee, WI since July of 2005. We blend those three elements to which our fans describe as the Chili Peppers meets Incubus meets Primus... go check it out on the audio page above! Our songs are upbeat, high energy, and uniquely our own. 100% original content live shows that ROCK and we involve our audience both physically and sonically. A Little Known Nothing has as much fun playing music as our audience does listening to it, and they remind us of that every time we play a show! We hope to see you out soon! Check our website, www.LKNmusic.com for all the latest news, upcoming shows, media and more! Thanks for stopping by! - Tim, Mike and Dan