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Salem al Fakir

Multi-instrumentalist Salem Al Fakir was created Oct 27, 1981, in metropolitan Stockholm. The youngest of four, he grew up by his Syrian dad and Swedish mom. Al Fakir analyzed in the renowned Södra Latin College, where he perfected both violin and piano. The musical prodigy was touring like a single …

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Merkury Burn

Toronto’s Merkury Burn off specializes inside a audio that harkens back again to such ’80s Uk pop/new influx kings as the Smiths, the Remedy, and Depeche Setting. The quartet contains people R. Kelly Clipperton (vocals), Jones (guitars), Cathy Marchese (drums), and Vikas Sharma (bass electric guitar), and began in the …

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Amazing Baby

New York’s Amazing Baby shaped in January 2008 and nearly immediately began developing a buzz among fans and critics as well having a sound alternately in comparison to Marc Bolan and “a psychedelic Roxy Music.” Affected by musical close friends MGMT and made up of previous users of Stylofone, Gemstone …

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She & Him

She & Him feature the relatively unlikely pairing of country-folk artist M. Ward and celebrity/vocalist/songwriter Zooey Deschanel. While starring in the 2007 film The Go-Getter, Deschanel was asked by movie director Martin Hynes to execute a duet with Ward, who got decided to helm the movie’s soundtrack. Both documented a …

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My Epic

Located in Charlotte, NEW YORK, Christian alt-rock group My Epic was shaped in 2004. Following break-up of their previous music group Shaddai, people Aaron Rock, Jesse Rock, and Matt Doran made a decision to regroup like a trio, ultimately releasing an unbiased EP THAT IS Save in 2006. After putting …

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The Tomorrowpeople

Ambient popsters the Tomorrowpeople shaped in the ashes from the Dallas, TX-based Brutal Juice, reuniting singer/guitarist Gordo “Hype” Gibson and drummer Ben Burt; onetime Toadies bassist Darrel Herbert, guitarist Jody Powerchurch and keyboardist John Norris. After documenting 1996’s unreleased Scuzzy Slots, a year afterwards the Tomorrowpeople released their formal debut …

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Tailor Made for a Small Room

Their name pretty much says everything. Similar to rings like Lullatone, the Marshmallow Kisses, and Tenniscoats, the Tokyo-based outift CUSTOMIZED for a little Room make the type of spun sugar-sweet, winsome, “toytronica” (their term) music that appear to be they were designed to easily fit into a dollhouse. 4 Bonjour’s …

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Johan Palm

Johan Hand is a Swedish pop singer who produced his chart-topping debut in ’09 2009 using the smash hit solitary “Emma-Lee” after growing to fame a 12 months earlier on the truth tv program Idol. Given birth to on March 3, 1992, in Mjölby, Sweden, he made an appearance around …

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Zappa Plays Zappa

After taking a lot more than 3 years off to review the physical performance and technical compositional techniques of his father, Frank Zappa, Dweezil Zappa began his search to make a combo that could, according to Dweezil, “accurately execute Frank’s music in one of the most authentic way humanly possible.” …

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The Joy Formidable

After spending many years using the post-punk outfit Sidecar Kisses, vocalist/guitarist Ritzy Bryan and bassist Rhydian Dafydd remaining the lineup and released the Joy Formidable, sketching heavily from shoegaze and loud alt-rock to produce their new group’s sound. Created in North Wales in 2007, the music group later on resettled …

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