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Cloud Control

Produced in 2007, Cloud Control are an award-winning indie rock-band in the Blue Mountains, only beyond Sydney, Australia. Using a dreamy audio blending components of folk, psychedelic pop, and synth pop, the quartet, composed of Heidi and Ulrich Lenffer, Alister Wright, and Jeremy Kelshaw, produced their debut this year 2010 …

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Olga Bell

Electronic composer, producer, and vocalist Olga Bell was created in Moscow and elevated in Alaska before shifting to NEW YORK in her early twenties to pursue a profession in performance and songwriting. After graduating from the brand new Britain Conservatory, Bell got in Brooklyn, where she started playing displays and …

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Ringo Deathstarr

Ringo Deathstarr were originally formed in 2005 by vocalist and guitarist Elliott Frazier in his hometown of Beaumont, Tx, but after moving towards the more musically taking place climes of Austin, he stabilized your final lineup with guitarist Renan McFarland, bassist Alex Gehring, and drummer Dustin Gaudet. Ringo Deathstarr’s self-titled …

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Buurman

Shaped in Limburg in 2008, lead vocalist Geert Verdickt, guitarist Stijn Gevaert, bassist Koen Tote, pianist Jens Blaute, and drummer Maarten Moesen, aka Buurman, initial captured the public’s attention in 2008 if they completed second on Television talent display, Zo Is Er Maar Een. After documenting their debut record, Rocky, …

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Sterling Roswell

English singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Sterling Roswell (occasionally referred to as Rosco) 1st found prominence as the drummer for famous shoegaze/space rock pioneers Spacemen 3. A indigenous of Rugby in the Western Midlands, Roswell was just 18 when he became a member of the already founded group and remained with …

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Automatic Duo

Brooklyn electro rock and roll collective Auto Duo are made up of Possibility Drzewucki, Matt Walsh, David Andrew Moore, and a homemade synthesized device that Walsh has and phone calls “the monster.” “The blip bitch,” as vocalist Drzewucki identifies it, is an internet of samplers, mikes, and pedals daisy-chained by …

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Willoughby

Led by multi-instrumentalist and composer Gus Seyffert, Willoughby released its first album, I UNDERSTAND What You’re Up To, in 2008. As the record did feature insight from outside collaborators, Willoughby’s exclusive blend of traditional analog rock just like the Zombies and Harry Nilsson, and newer appears like Inara George and …

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Torngat

Created in 2001 in Montreal, Canada. Torngat are an instrumental trio. Their 1st launch, Torngat, a full-length, premiered just a 12 months later on. A live documenting noticed launch in 2004, nonetheless it was the EP La Rouge, which noticed the light of day time in 2005, that gained the …

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Bruiser

A Chicago rock clothing built around people of Local H (drummer Joe Daniels) and Creativity Playground (bassist Tag Mills and guitarist Daniel Share), Bruiser formed in 2005. After touring with several standout clothes, Daniels made a decision to contact it per day, and Bruiser pressed forwards, roping in Chris Balagot …

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Sea of Japan

Inspired by famous brands Created to Spill, Yo La Tengo, and Wilco, Doug Smith (vocals, guitar), Fabian Halabou (guitar, bass), and Brian Berryman (keyboards, bass, drums) created the indie rock and roll trio Sea of Japan. Located in Ferndale, MI, the group documented its debut recording by using several music …

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