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Advisory Circle

The Advisory Group may be the bewitching alias of former Ruler of Woolworths and Georges Vent artist Jon Brooks. Explaining the Advisory Group audio as “Everything’s good, but there is certainly something nearly right about any of it,” Brooks’ eerie consumer electronics and warped collages of sound and samples discovered …

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Brent Cash

Athens, GA-based vocalist/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Brent Money began his music career being a drummer (conquering the skins for such diverse serves as Television Hype as well as the Mike Guthrie Music group). Drumming might have been his issue at that time but, behind the moments, Cash was cooking food up some sunlight …

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Violet Leighton

b. 6 Sept 1962, Glasgow, Scotland. Violet Leighton started her singing profession performing in night clubs and pubs in her city and in other areas of the united states. Her repertoire at that time was primarily R&B tunes. After shifting to London she worked well as a program vocalist, but …

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David Ford

b. 16 Might 1978, Dartford, Kent, Britain. Singer-songwriter Ford’s musical profession began at college in the first 90s, honing his electric guitar and vocal abilities as an associate of a number of different rings. While participating in Manchester School in the past due 90s he fulfilled drummer Glenn Hooper and …

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This Is Ivy League

Although indie pop duo THAT IS Ivy Little league formed in August 2005, Alex Suarez (guitar, trumpet, vocals, drums, bass) and Ryland Blackinton (guitar, vocals, synth, bass) had originally met in 1997 during senior high school in Florida. After senior high school, Suarez pursued a qualification in the culinary arts …

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Shock of Pleasure

Dallas-based Shock of Pleasure was originally conceived by ex-Stranger Than Fiction singer/songwriter Robert Romano in 2004, right before he was introduced to singer/leggy blonde super model tiffany livingston Kelley Religious. With shared goals of fabricating a downtempo electronic-based documenting project comparable to Portishead and Thievery Company, both recruited manufacturer David …

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War Tapes

Angst-filled Los Angeles-based indie rockers War Tapes craft volatile and brooding post-punk anthems in the vein of Joy Division, Echo & the Bunnymen, Interpol, as well as the Cure. The music group, which includes charismatic and theatrical frontman Neil Popkin, bassist Becca Popkin, guitarist Matt Bennett, and drummer William Mohler, …

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Beaujolais

Chicago-based singer/songwriter and previous frontman for the indie rock clothes Wolfie and so on Youthful, J.A. Ziemba crafts elaborate pop music that mix the grime and grit of garage area rock using the melodic disposition from the Seaside Boys. Formed half a year after Ziemba and his wife divorced, Beaujolais …

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Soundpool

Soundpool, a desire pop outfit whose reverb-drenched audio pulls heavily from seminal performers want My Bloody Valentine and Lush, formed in NEW YORK in 2005 with Kim Field, John Ceparano, Tag Robinson, Wayne Renard, and a rotating solid of bassists who also included Ben Malkin, High Bennett, Dean McCormick, and …

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Webb Sisters

Using their family connection, inoffensive folk-rock sound, and love of Fleetwood Mac’s Rumours, the Webb Sisters unsurprisingly drew comparisons towards the Corrs. Created in Kent to a rugby coach mom and a dad who’d used the Dave Travis Music group, sisters Charley (b. 1979) and Hattie (b. 1981) formulated a …

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