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C.O.C.O.

C.O.C.O. may be the consequence of two funk-loving roommates, Olivia Ness (vocals, bass) and Chris Sutton (vocals, drums), choosing to generate something new away from their like for the old-school grooves of Sly & the Family members Rock, the Meters, and E.S.G. Sutton acquired recently been playing bass for Dub …

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Robert DeLong

Los Angeles-based electronic musician Robert DeLong mixes dance music along with his very own singer/songwriter design of workmanship. A indigenous of Seattle, DeLong relocated to LA where began executing his innovative design of digital music. Making use of MIDI interfaces and combining live while he performs, DeLong takes on keyboards, …

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Handsome Furs

The Montreal-based duo Handsome Furs formed in 2005 throughout the talents of Vancouver transplants Dan Boeckner (frontman of Wolf Parade) and Alexei Perry. The husband-and-wife group released the atmospheric Plague Recreation area in 2007, making use of drum devices and world-weary melodies to tell apart the band’s debut from Wolf …

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Camber

An aggressive and melodic indie rock-band around the Deep Elm label, New York’s Camber was shaped within the mid-’90s by vocalist/guitarist Barry Lott, drummer Chris Chin, guitarist Corby Caldwell, and bassist Joey DellaCroce. The quartet’s debut recording, Beautiful Charade, premiered in 1997. They required two years to accomplish the follow-up, …

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Anna Ternheim

In her even more meditative moments, the folky Swedish singer/songwriter Anna Ternheim appears to conjure up the darkness of fellow Swede Sophie Zelmani; at various other situations, her poignant, immediate, piano-driven music nod to performers like Coldplay and, to a certain degree, Dido. It had been probably because of this …

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The Long Blondes

Dorian Cox (acoustic guitar), Reenie Delaney (bass), Emma Chaplin (acoustic guitar/vocals), Kate Jackson (vocals), and Screech Louder (drums) comprise the attractive fresh wave-tinged stylings from the Lengthy Blondes. The Sheffield, Britain five-piece came collectively in 2003 and released its debut, “Autonomy Boy”/”Very long Blonde,” a break up 7″ using the …

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Lebanon

Israel doesn’t invariably one thinks of as a rock and roll & roll country — and neither will Lebanon, but that is the name particular with the quartet originally from Tel Aviv. The primary of the group emerged together in the first 2000s when guitarists/samplers Avinoam Sternheim and Juval Haring …

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The Mutton Birds

THE BRAND NEW Zealand pop band the Mutton Parrots was led by singer/guitarist Don McGlashan, already an extremely regarded figure in his indigenous land for his work in the legendary post-punk-era group Blam Blam Blam. Also including ex-Six Volts guitarist David Long and drummer Ross Burge, the group started documenting …

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The Mellowmen

Though they will have exactly the same name being a Four Freshmen-style pop vocal band of the 1950s (most widely known for singing backup with Elvis Presley on many film soundtracks and because of their bass singer, Thurl Ravenscroft, who continued to sing “You’re a Mean One, Mr. Grinch”), the …

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Busted

Originally grabbing the public’s attention making use of their hooky punk and emo-pop sound, Britain’s Busted split up in 2005, and then re-form ten years later as a complicated synth pop and disco-funk-influenced outfit. Hailing from Essex, Busted had been produced in 2000 by longtime close friends Matt Willis (vocals, …

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