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I Am K
Country
Norway
Profile
I Am K (originally called Kelvin) is a band based in Kristiansand that blends electronics an rock in a forward-looking way. The group features Oda Ulvøy (vocals), Brynjar Blomvik (bass, keyboards), Nicholas Van Eck (guitar), Daniel Hinderaker (drums), and Torstein Lauvvik Ørland (keyboards).
Website
http://www.iamkband.com
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Releases on file (1)
I Am K — Humans I Am K — Humans
(Apollon Records AP037, 2018, CD / LP / DL)

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2018-11-02
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2018-10-17
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2018-09-29
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2018-09-25
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2018-09-05
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