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De Lux

Inspired with the past due-’70s and early-’80s era that birthed post-punk and post-disco — and seemingly a good part of the like-minded DFA label roster, from LCD Soundsystem to Holy Ghost! — De Lux is certainly a duo comprising Sean Guerin and Isaac Franco. Located in LA, the music artists …

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Alpine

Merging synths with sweet harmonies and bright is better than, Australian ensemble Alpine provide a stylish, soaring cross of alternative dance and post-punk. Created in Melbourne in ’09 2009, the music group grew out of the high-school-era cooperation between vocalist Phoebe Baker and guitarist Christian O’Brien. After senior high school, …

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Niagara

Located in Turin, Italy, Niagara may be the collaborative task of musicians/producers David Tomat and Gabriele Ottino. Erratic and spontaneous, the music group often will take an improvisational method of songwriting and documenting, combining components of electronica, psychedelia, and experimental pop. In 2012, they agreed upon with U.K. indie Monotreme …

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Regal Degal

Indie pop trio Regal Degal shaped in Brooklyn in ’09 2009, comprising singer/guitarist Josh da Costa, drummer Jamen Whitelock, and bassist Josiah Wolfson. The group primarily had a tough, noisy, experimental rock and roll sound similar to ’70s Krautrock aswell as the artier part of early-’80s NY post-punk. This year …

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Command V

Taking their strap name from the best way to paste data inside a computer plan, Command V may be the experimental electronic pop task of New York-based post-punk/no wave veterans Cynthia Sley, formerly from the Bush Tetras, and Pat Irwin, a founding person in Eight Eyed Spy as well as …

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Light Asylum

A commanding duo that evokes the intensity of Ian Curtis and Sophistication Jones, amongst others, Light Asylum may be the task of vocalist Shannon Funchess and multi-instrumentalist Bruno Coviello. Funchess created her effective contralto over time by performing in the choir of the Southern Baptist cathedral as a kid, and …

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Ruby Isle

Ruby Isle emerged in the first 2000s using a passel of slick, snappy, electro-pop music which were steeped in later-’80s dance-pop and mediated by an ironic sensibility that nodded to contemporaries like Junior Senior and Yelle. The music group sprung from a cooperation between Tag Mallman, an effective (not forgetting …

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Mi Ami

San Francisco’s “drum punk” trio Mi Ami feature guitarist/vocalist Daniel Martin-McCormick, bassist Jacob Long, and drummer Damon Palermo. Martin-McCormick and Long originated from Dischord’s kinetic, percussive group Dark Eye, who disbanded in 2004; both wanted to consider their music within a freer path, and played jointly briefly as the free …

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Free Blood

Free Bloodstream began as an effort by previous !!! percussionist John Pugh and designer Madeline Davy to mix the impeccable design of Manhattan dance night clubs with the organic energy of Brooklyn celebrations. The duo produced Free Bloodstream in 2003, blending loud, percussion-heavy dance-punk comparable to !!! with pop melodies …

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Douglas Armour

Shapeshifting Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter Douglas Armour crafts deep, brooding dance figures, fuzzy, blissed-out modern rock and roll tunes, and introspective electro-pop confections with equal parts nostalgia and innovation. His debut recording, Light of the Golden Day time, The Hands of the night time, premiered in springtime 2008 within the Sociable …

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