Sodastream

Resembling a softer, somber Belle & Sebastian, Sodastream surfaced from Melbourne, Australia, in the late ’90s. Centering around Karl Smith (electric guitar, piano, harmonica, vocals) and Pete Cohen (bass, musical noticed, support vocals), Sodastream provides released recordings on a number of respected brands, including Tugboat (section of Tough Trade) and …

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The Banana Splits

To some preteen generation for whom the idea of “free like” equaled unlimited hugs from mother and the idea of “obtaining high” meant only a breakfast time cereal-induced sugars coma, the Banana Splits marked the apotheosis of such staples of past due-’60s tradition as psychedelia, pop art, and, needless to …

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Suzanne Couch

Suzanne Couch is really a singer, pianist, and songwriter who writes wonderfully nuanced tunes of love within the modern world, and even though the lilt and rhythms of her indigenous Jamaica are defintely within her work, she actually is first of all an R&B singer having a pop reach along …

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Peach

Rick Roberts (electric guitar, vocals) and Tag Adler (electric guitar, vocals) shaped Peach in 1992 with drummer Shawn Allen and bassist Nick Lynam. The Seattle-based music group first released an individual, “Smart Proceeded to go Crazy.” After documenting one album which was hardly ever released, the music group released Siesta …

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Sooz

A unique performer with a unique instrument, saxophonist Sooz has raised the pub for children’s music through her jazz and pop music for children. Sooz’s original music and advanced arrangements are similarly at home within the family room and the children’ space. And her delicate, child-centered lyrics make her tracks …

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Bambi Molesters

Croatian surf rock revivalists the Bambi Molesters shaped in 1995. Working simply because tight-knit live device, they documented their first record, Dumb Loud Hollow Twang, in mere three hours, rather than longer after their second discharge (1999’s Strength), the music group was playing arenas, starting for the Cramps, Guy or …

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Sutekh

West Coastline experimental techno manufacturer Seth Horvitz has recorded for many from the electronic world’s esteemed brands, including Germany’s Drive Inc and Mille Plateaux, as well as California’s own Drop Defeat and Cytrax. A enthusiast of dance since his early-’90s university days at Berkeley, Horvitz started experimenting with consumer electronics …

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The Balls

Although this short-lived UK rock act barely managed 2 yrs of existence after being formed in February 1969, they’re worth documentation among the initial true ‘supergroups’, before that much-abused term was invented. The line-up of ex-Moody Blues vocalist Denny Laine (b. Brian Hines, 29 Oct 1944, Jersey, Route Islands; vocals, …

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Snow Patrol

After failing woefully to secure a global audience for pretty much a decade, Snow Patrol broke in to the mainstream with 2003’s Last Straw, a mega-selling album that showcased the band’s fondness for epic, melancholic rock and roll. The group experienced originally stuck nearer to the pop world, liberating quirky …

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The Bailey Brothers

Charlie and Danny Bailey were popular radio performers in Western world Virginia and Tennessee through the later ’40s and ’50s and were one of the couple of fraternal duets to successfully produce the changeover from old-time music to bluegrass. The Bailey Brothers had been born to a big, musically inclined …

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