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Varnaline

Crunch rock-band Varnaline (rhymes with “gas”) may be the alter superego of guitarist/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Anders Parker. Surviving in NEW YORK, Parker, who was simply a contributing person in the indie rock and roll group Space Needle, released his 4-monitor demos beneath the name Varnaline in 1996, contacting the album Guy of …

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June of 44

Following a sudden demise of Rodan, guitarist Jeff Mueller held Louisville’s math rock and roll flame burning along with his new strap, June of 44. Pursuing in the footsteps of Mueller’s previously music group, in addition to picture progenitors Slint, June of 44 crafted noisy, dissonant, complex acoustic guitar rock …

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Pennywise

Pennywise were among the essential bands from the punk revival from the ’90s. Using California hardcore being a base, the group integrated funk-metal and skatepunk into its audio, developing into a thing that functioned as edgy, post-punk frat rock and roll — it had been speedy and sometimes stupidly catchy, …

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I Love You

Vocalist Christopher Palmer and guitarist Jeff Nolan met even though both were in senior high school in Florida. Both began playing jointly and produced the Sinful Pigeons with bassist Mike Kossler. Following a little tour, the bandmembers proceeded to go in various directions, but Palmer, Nolan and Kossler re-formed as …

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Screamfeeder

Produced in 1991 in Australia, the indie-rock group Screamfeeder was led by vocalist/guitarist/songwriter Tim Steward, initially associated with bassist/vocalist Kellie Lloyd and drummer Tony Cutting blades. While many albums and EPs stay out of print out within the U.S., these lineup could be noticed on 1994’s BURN UP Your Name. …

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Levy

Wayne Levy (acoustic guitar/vocals), Matthew Daniel Siskin (acoustic guitar), Wayne Broughel (bass), and Mike Jones (drums) create the wistful indie rock and roll stylings of Levy. Hailing from NEW YORK, Levy shaped in 2004, and produced their name on different phases in East Town pubs. Levy’s darling, Morrissey-esque audio captured …

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Levitation

Carrying out a well-publicized fall-out with frontman Man Chadwick, guitarist Terry Bickers still left the home of Appreciate in 1990 to create Levitation with bassist Laurence O’Keefe, keyboardist Robert White, guitarist Christian Hayes and drummer Dave Francollini. Some outstanding live gigs quickly cemented the fledgling group’s position one of the …

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Jools Holland

Based on who you speak to, the irrepressible Jools Holland is most beneficial referred to as a blisteringly energetic, piano-pounding performer of boogie-woogie, jazz, and R&B; or because the keyboard-wizard sideman to 1 of the fantastic new influx pop bands from the ’70s and ’80s; or among the U.K.’s most …

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Joop Visser

Dutch singer/songwriter Joost Visser is an integral figure within the Western lo-fi picture, having played and recorded with like-minded numbers like Wayne McNew’s one-man-band task Dump (with whom he recorded within the mid-’90s) and Chris Knox. Visser 1st became noticeable as leader from the ’80s music group De Artsen, whose …

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I Am Kloot

I actually Am Kloot can be an oddball pop trio located in Manchester, Britain, that includes vocalist/guitarist John Bramwell, drummer Andy Hargreaves, and guitarist/bassist Pete Jobson. Bramwell utilized his contacts being a gig promoter to reel in Hargreaves and Jobson off their previous bands. Weekly after their initial present (at …

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