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Brooklyn Brothers

Springing alive from your 2011 indie film The Brooklyn Brothers Defeat the very best, a rock and roll & roll street trip comedy that were able to sense of balance the sweetness of Once, the spirit from the Commitments, as well as the lunacy of Trip from the Conchords, the Brooklyn Brothers, performed by actor/movie director/musician Ryan O’Nan and actor/musician Michael Weston, demonstrated popular enough off-screen to secure an archive cope with Rhino Entertainment, blurring the lines between reality and fiction. The duo, who in the film travel in the united states to LA to take part in a fight from the bands, focus on quirky, indie folk-pop that pairs classical guitar and vocals (O’Nan) with an arsenal of discovered, mostly children’s devices (Weston), producing a sound that falls somewhere within Bon Iver, the Beta Music group, and Jens Lekman. The Rhino-released initial soundtrack, which presented ten songs from your film, premiered in 2012.

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