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Music For Robots
Chicago based Indie Rock band formed in the fall of 1998
Videos on Youtube sparked huge popularity!
Produced low budget video
“A Million Ways”: Band dancing in their backyard
"Here It Goes Again“: Band dancing on treadmills; it became so popular that the band performed at the MTV Music Awards
“The artist-run model is the future. If we can break bands using this model,
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