TWO weekends ago in London, music executive Dick Miller was chilling at home. His wife asked him to listen to something that had been recommended to her on Spotify, the new internet music streaming service.
It was a Melbourne band, The April Maze, so little known that even in Melbourne they are little known. Miller, who has worked with Chicane, Dave Matthews, Wet, Wet, Wet, Marillion and Jill Scott, says: ”We listened to their album all weekend.”
Somehow this week it all went nuts for The April Maze when they hit Spotify’s worldwide Top 100, sitting in the 90s, just two spots below Pink and ahead of Sonic Youth.
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