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Member:Luke Temple, Peter Hale, Michael Bloch, Kristina Lieberson, Jennifer Turner

Luke Temple(Wikipedia Luke Temple)
Luke Temple is an American pop-folk singer-songwriter, born in Salem, Massachusetts. He is an alumnus of the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. While living in New York, making a living by painting murals in wealthy New Yorkers' apartments, he released a four song self-titled EP, recorded entirely on a four-track recorder. With this, he was signed to Mill Pond Records in Seattle, Washington.
His first CD, Hold A Match to a Gasoline World, released late in 2005, took "Make Right With You" and "In the End" from his EP, and expanded it to an 11 song album.
His song "Make Right With You" was featured in an episode of Grey's Anatomy, season 3's "Where the Boys Are".
His second album, Snowbeast, was released on August 21.
Temple gained attention from various media outlets when he released a self-titled album under the name Here We Go Magic on Western Vinyl in February 2009.
As of Sept. 29, Temple and Here We Go Magic have signed to Secretly Canadian and are planning a sophomore album in spring 2010.

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Here We Go Magic released their self-titled debut this past February through Western Vinyl Records. This band project, the latest from Luke Temple, is currently on tour supporting Grizzly Bear, arguably the hottest indie band around these days. So, levels of exposure continue to rise for Temple and his cohorts. On his own, Luke Temple garnered praise but remained in a world of low priority-given folk music. He had respect but lacked heat, you might say. This new full band sound - pulsing, looping, reverb-laden, hypnotic avant-pop/psychedelia - has brought him to the forefront of the indie music/blog world rather quickly. The songs are timely and seem to easily fit in with contemporaries like No Age and Deerhunter, but there is a greater softness - more beauty and more emotion.

HWGM was one of the hotter acts at this year's SXSW and have received solid critical praise from most major indie music-focused media outlets. When they stopped by The Pop Machine studio to record with, they shared two cuts from the new album as well as an unreleased son

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