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LISTEN: Keep Shelly In Athens Releases New Song “Fractals”

November 16th, 2014
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Keep Shelly In Athens releases their first single since Myrtha became new lead singer of the band. Vocals and melody are both enticing and haunting, you’ll want to hear this! Read more…

By Nicolette Smith Posted in News , , ,

Keep Shelly in Athens Announce Departure of Vocalist Sarah P

January 21st, 2014
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In one of the greatest moves a band can make, chillwave Keep Shelly in Athens have released a song to honor the departure of their vocalist Sarah P.
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By Nicci Boots Posted in News ,

LISTEN: Keep Shelly in Athens Release Stream of New Song “Flyway”

September 2nd, 2013
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Keep Shelly in Athens has recently released a stream of their new single entitled “Flyway”. Read more…

By Maria Hartfield Posted in News

LISTEN: Keep Shelly In Athens Release Stream of New Track “Oostende”

August 26th, 2013
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Duo from Athens, GA Keep Shelly In Athens, will be releasing their much anticipated LP At Home via Cascine Records on September 17th. Read more…

By Maria Hartfield Posted in News

Keep Shelly in Athens Live in New York, 11/18/2011

November 22nd, 2011

Pseudo-anonymous blog faves Keep Shelly in Athens concluded their first string of North American performances with a stop at Manhattan’s Bowery Ballroom. Following a pair of perky warm-up sets from Abadaba (remixed on the duo’s recent Our Own Dream EP) and New York’s own Body Language, the Grecian twosome arrived on stage flanked by a guitarist and drummer to deliver a hourlong set of their sexy, slithery electropop. Read more…

By Robert Huff Posted in Reviews, Show Reviews

Keep Shelly in Athens – Our Own Dream EP

November 22nd, 2011

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More Songs to Cheer You Up and Chill You Out

Mysterious Grecian duo Keep Shelly in Athens have built a sizable reputation for themselves given their comparatively spare output over the past year. Their debut EP In Love With Dusk became a 2010 blog favorite, with its languid tempos, lush textures and sultry female vocals evoking early ’90s dance pop and late ’00s chillwave in equal measure. Now we have Our Own Dream, another six song stretch that finds Keep Shelly comfortably spreading themselves in to darker, dreamier territories. Read more…

By Robert Huff Posted in Reviews