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Vertigo

Vertigo combine big punk guitars using a psychedelic ’60s audio. Made up of drummer Costs Beeman and guitarists/bassists/vocalists Gene Tangren and Jared Aos, the Minneapolis-based music group have documented three albums for Amphetamine Reptile.

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Vexed

Founding users Milton Garrison (guitar) and Alfred Butler (bass) brought Vexed together in Seattle in the past due ’80s. They produced a sound which was weighty on funky bass lines, having a history of sound and rumble. Drummer David Lapp was present for his or her first launch on C/Z …

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Versus

NEW YORK indie rock and roll favorites Versus evolved from the remnants of Blossom, a music group led by singer/guitarist Richard Baluyut. In the ultimate weeks of Flower’s life, the group was became a member of by vocalist/guitarist Fontaine Toups, who continued to be with Baluyut within the short-lived Saturnine …

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Two Dollar Guitar

Tim Foljahn, the guiding force behind Two Money Electric guitar, began the music group when he landed in Hoboken, NJ, after many years vacationing around the united states, with brief halts in New Orleans, Alberquerque, and Chicago. Starting up along with his friend, Sonic Youngsters drummer Steve Shelley, he begun …

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Erosion

During the period of four albums and something EP released between 1989 and 1995, Germany’s Erosion constantly appeared like reluctant thrashers whose hearts actually belonged to hardcore. Led by vocalist Chris Zenk, guitarist Stefan Römhild, drummer Klaus Nowakowski, and backed by a Vertebral Tap-sized parade of henchmen (including, at once, …

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Luscious Jackson

Making use of their dark hip-hop-influenced alternative rock and roll, Luscious Jackson re-create the dense, multicultural bohemian world of NY inside a collage of sound, where Spanish guitars, jazzy keyboards, funky beats, and breathy, singsong vocals combine into one. Just like the Beastie Males, Luscious Jackson’s eclecticism doesn’t acknowledge limitations; …

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Weston

Called after guitarist Dave Weston’s parents (for enabling the group to rehearse within their basement), the self-deprecating punk group Weston shaped in 1990. Amongst their recordings: the debut A GENUINE Life Tale of Teenage Rebellion, the singles collection Splitsville, 1996’s Got TAKE DOWN, and the next year’s Matinee. The music …

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Johnny Marr

The supple, ringing guitars of Johnny Marr helped establish the Smiths being among the most acclaimed and enduring rings from the 1980s. Blessed John Maher in Manchester, Britain, on Oct 31, 1963, he performed in such little-known groupings as Sister Ray and Freaky Party before developing the Smiths with vocalist …

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Tuesday

Soon after the 1996 separation of Chicago’s Slapstick, three from the seven members continued to create the anti-ska of Tuesday. Dan Andriano (bass, vocals), Matt Stamps (acoustic guitar), and Rob Kellenberger (drums, vocals) induced a politically influenced front side of pop-punk that sounded nearly the same as Fifteen. But by …

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Wellwater Conspiracy

Wellwater Conspiracy is really a trio that includes drummer Ted Dameron, vocalist Zeb, and John Paul McBain on electric guitar. If the initial two names audio familiar to Soundgarden enthusiasts, that’s because it’s non-e other than previous people Matt Cameron and Ben Shepherd heading by aliases. Signing up for them …

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