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XRepresentX

A straight-edge, politicized hardcore music group from Erie, PA, XRepresenteX was founded in 2003 with rings like Buried Alive, Ringworm, and Globe Problems cited as essential influences. Much local touring, musician turnover, and some years later on, vocalist Derek Skiing, guitarist Jailbreak Jake, bassist Matty Biotch, and drummer R. Jizzle …

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Young Money

Young Money certainly are a rap group associated with Lil Wayne and the money Cash record label who made their industrial debut in ’09 2009 after many years of mixtape appearances. Led by Lil Wayne and pretty liquid in account, the group contains Drake, Jae Millz, Gudda Gudda, Mack Maine, …

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Easy A.D.

A founding person in the legendary Chilly Crush Brothers, MC Easy A.D. began making hip-hop background, and then continued to become among the genre’s great historians. Given birth to and elevated in the “boogie-down” Bronx, Easy A.D. first joined the hip-hop video game using the four-member As Salaam Brothers. When …

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Hell on Wheels

Swedish indie pop group Hell in Wheels was shaped in 1994 in Stockholm by guitarist/vocalist Rickard Lindgren, bassist Åsa Sohlgren, and drummer Johan Risberg. Lindgren and Sohlgren was raised outside in one another in Oxelösund before Sohlgren fulfilled Risberg in 1991 — the tempo section later wedded — as well …

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Washer

Formed in the tail-end of 2013 in Brooklyn, Mike Quigley and Kieran McShane’s Washer quickly became a staple of the brand new York D.We.Y. scene using their make of skewed, lo-fi punk. In early 2014, the duo documented their debut EP in Quigley’s parents’ cellar in Long Isle. Produced and …

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Bodragaz

Colorado’s Bodragaz produce melodic, highly active prog rock and roll and symphonic-influenced rock. Shaped in the middle-’90s, Bodragaz feature founding people Michael Level (vocals, electric guitar, keyboards), Jim Wescott (bass, vocals), and Kevin Shaw (guitars, vocals) along with Charles J. Dickey (guitars, keyboards) and Dino Cuneo (drums, development). Since their …

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LOURDS

Though LOURDS founding member, frontwoman, and namesake Lourds Street grew up taking part in classical violin and French horn, she wasn’t especially enamored with the guidelines from the music she was performing. As an adolescent she began a rock-band, playing the electrical violin, mandolin, and tempo guitar, aswell as dealing …

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Ferenc

Ferenc (Fra Soler and Maxi Ruiz) began their saving profession on Nitsa, the label arm from the superclub located in Barcelona, Spain. Their 12″ one Yes Sir I COULD Hardcore premiered over the Belgian label 541 before getting the ear from the mighty Kompakt A&R section, which promptly certified the …

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Zimmer’s Hole

Side tasks emerging from a mother or father band’s downtime — between trips, saving albums, general period off, whatever the reason why — are nothing at all new, and the thought of a metallic band’s sidemen dealing with a far more humorous and/or satirical tack is most likely even less …

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Benighted

A French loss of life metal music group, Benighted formed in 1998. Originally composed of associates Julien Truchan (vocals), Olivier Gabriel (guitars), Liem Nguyen (guitars), Fred Fayolle (drums), and Graph (bass), the group was a combined mix of loss of life metal, black steel, and grindcore. This is the audio …

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