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Andy The Crocodile Brings Memories & The Element of Swoon In Scars & Wounds

22 May

Andy The Crocodile’s Scars & Wounds sound jump starts a memory bank of hearing 1950s music for the first time and the swooning tones of the instrumentals. It has a perfect melting pot of a variety of genres all spun into one. The creation of this album has been on a path of seven years as its process. His name by birth though is Anand Manivannan and he prides himself on with a mixture of formal music studies and the wonderful world of Youtube cast him even more so into the world of music making. Heavily influenced by The Fray, The Beatles, and classical Indian music, he brings something unique to the music world. He has the ability to transport his listeners to a specific time, add his formal and informal music knowledge, and add a stylistic twist to his sound. With his talent and ability to create his own universe where his music lives, listeners will not have to wait long. Mark your calendars, as June 8th will mark the release of Scars & Wounds for everyone to hear.

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