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ARCTIC MONKEYS

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Riley Calicchia

on 16 April 2014

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Transcript of ARCTIC MONKEYS

although the ARCTIC MONKEYS have produced multiple albums, their latest is the most famous- "AM"- with "Suck It and See" close behind.
Fan clubs would be run from a tumblr blog that advertised concerts and merchandise, and offered links to shop
Although the ARCTIC MONKEYS started as Indie Rock, their sound is changing as their careers progress
ticket prices are low, due to lack of popularity: $50 general admission
CHARTOPPING FROM THE START
CLASSIFICATION
THE OBSESSION
Merchandise:

Vinyl Records
Stickers
T-shirts
Lanyards
Ringtones
Bumper Stickers
$1.25
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Vol XCIII, No. 311
the beginning
GARAGES TO STADIUMS
HOW IT HAPPENED
JUMP TO FAME
The band started in
Sheffield, England
when the boys were in High School

Frontman
Alex Turner
and guitarist
Jamie Cook
began their music careers in 2001, when the friends both received guitars for Christmas.

Two years later, they began performing shows around their native
Sheffield
with drummer
Matt Helders
and bassist
Andy Nicholson
, two fellow students at Stocksbridge High School.


Arctic Monkeys' audience swelled as fans circulated those recordings via the Internet.

Tumblr, a social networking site, largely contributed to their fame

By distributing their homemade material on the Internet, Arctic Monkeys were able to build a sizable fan base without the help of a record label, effectively circumventing the usual road to superstardom.

They continued to buck tradition by signing with Domino Records in 2005
ARCTIC MONKEYS
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