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PANOS hits the mark on its unplanned but great album.

Panos Giannoulis seeps spontaneity.
  • Panos Giannoulis seeps spontaneity.

After Panos Giannoulis played in the rock band Their Majesties, he was drawn to a different sound. "I gravitated to jazz music, free-improvized music," he says. That led to the change of pace with PANOS, and a debut album that has more of a dream-pop feel, though that wasn't necessairly his goal. "I just had a bunch of songs I wanted to record and they all changed a lot through the recording process. I started with the basics and went from there," he says. "I just wanted to put out some music. I wrote so that people could hear it and I could show what I can do. Just to produce art in some way...because why not? It seems silly to say that I didn't really think about it that much, it was just a natural progression. I didn't really say 'I'm going to put this together and have a hit song,' I didn't have those aspirations." Whatever Giannoulis aimed for, he hit the mark with this album and next week you can see just how accurately at The Music Room.


PANOS CD release
Wednesday, Nov 28, 8pm, The Music Room, 6181 Lady Hammond Road

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