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Fluorescein

Featuring singer/guitarist Greg Mora, bassist Tag Higa, guitarist Joey Rubenstein and drummer Rocco Bidlovski, Fluorescein is a punk-pop quartet in the Silverlake section of LA, California. All members were energetic on the neighborhood alternative rock picture before getting jointly in the middle-’90s. Mora was Lutefisk’s bassist; Higa performed in the …

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Fluid Ounces

Although Tennessee-based pop quartet Liquid Ounces under no circumstances escaped the darkness of Ben Folds Five throughout their brief lifespan, both groups share just prominent piano, Southern root base, and an affinity for ’70s pop/rock. Unlike Folds’ strained “take a look at me” cleverness, ivories-tickling head Seth Timbs doesn’t pull …

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Grey DeLisle

Multi-talented singer/songwriter, actor, autoharpist, and comedian Greyish DeLisle was created August 24, 1973, beyond Monterey in Fort Ord, CA. Her mom was a vocalist and musician while her dad was a vehicle driver who treasured country music, offering the youthful DeLisle the pedigree that could form her professional profession (she …

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Vic Thrill

Vic Thrill arose from your ashes of two different NEW YORK rings, the Bogmen and Backyard Variety. Following the dissolution of the groups, their primary members collected in N.Con.C. for impromptu jams that led in types of crazy directions. Mind Bogman Billy Campion was also the impresario of the creative …

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Graeme Downes

Best-known for his use the Verlaines (where period he appeared in a complete of seven albums), singer/guitarist Graeme Downes tripped for a single career in the first 21st century. Furthermore to composing and executing music, Downes also functions at College or university of Otago in New Zealand, where he acts …

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Tweaker

When Chris Vrenna still left Trent Reznor’s important commercial/alternative rock powerhouse Nine Inch Nails in 1996, it really wasn’t the finish from the line for the drummer/producer/songwriter — definately not it. Vrenna held busy with a number of musical actions. Furthermore to making or co-producing several performers (including Marilyn Manson, …

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Catch 22

NJ ska-punk combo Capture 22 were shaped in the fall months of 1996 by singer/guitarist Tomas Kalnoky, trumpeter Kevin Gunther, and drummer Chris Greer. Recruiting bassist Pat Calpin, trombonist Jamie Egan, and saxophonist Ryan Eldred, the group spent another 2 yrs touring relentlessly, offering out all 2,000 copies of its …

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Doug Powell

A protégé of Todd Rundgren, Doug Powell is a far more simple musician than his muse, even more such as XTC’s Andy Partridge. Like Rundgren, Powell got a operate of misfortune with record businesses early in his profession, but it’s better to carve out a location for oneself from the …

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Lync

Olympia, Washington-based emo-punks Lync comprised singer/guitarist Sam Jayne, bassist Wayne Bertram and drummer Dave Schneider. Created in 1992, the trio quickly debuted around the Magic Pail label using the solitary “Pigeons”; their next work, “Two Feet in the front,” made an appearance on K within the label’s International Pop Underground …

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Government Issue

Among the longest-lived rings over the Washington, D.C., hardcore picture, Government Concern (or G.We. for brief) transported the torch for traditional hardcore punk on the early information, but advanced into something even more adventurous with the addition of bits of steel, new influx pop, and psychedelia. Frontman John Stabb (blessed …

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