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The Beautiful

THE BRAND NEW York City-based rock trio the stunning formed in 1988 in the remnants of the group Nasty Behaviors, and comprised vocalist/guitarist Jonathan Lacey, bassist Perry Bottke and drummer Frank Ferrer. After debuting using the cassette-only EP Pandemonium, the stunning agreed upon to the Warner Bros. imprint Large before …

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Peter Nevins

Montreal-based artist/”bouzouki playing, electro-acoustic, psych-folk minstrel” Peter Nevins relocated to Quebec, Canada in the past due 2000s following establishing himself like a notable NEW YORK visual designer. The north California indigenous spent 3 years in the East Town honing his musical art and designing products for famous brands Gillian Welch, …

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Let’s Get Out of This Terrible Sandwich Shop

Primarily the solo project of Second City’s Tony Mendoza but ultimately expanding to add other Chicago-based improv veterans like Joanna Beuse, Thea Lux, and Tom Vale, the self-dubbed “goof-pop” group Let’s Escape This Terrible Sandwich Shop (frequently abbreviated mainly because LGOOTTSS) began formulating using their make of Apples in Stereo-meets-They …

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Mia Zapata

The Seattle rock scene from the later ’80s/early ’90s is strewn with music artists whose promising careers were cut short. But perhaps one of the most tragic tales was that of Gits head Mia Zapata, who was simply murdered just like her band appeared to be getting the interest it …

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Parade Ground

Parade Ground certainly are a cool influx synth pop duo who shaped in Brussels in 1981, and contain brothers Jean-Marc Pauly and Pierre Pauly. Their generally uptempo monitors typically feature icy consumer electronics, minimal post-punk guitars, and dramatic vocals by Jean-Marc. They possess collaborated thoroughly with associates of Belgian commercial …

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The Bon Savants

Without support from an archive label, the Bon Savants were able to create a wholesome buzz around themselves and protected starting slots with such indie rock favorites as Very Girls Make Graves, Rogue Wave, and Editors, while self-releasing a debut record in past due 2006. Led by vocalist/guitarist Thom Moran …

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Les Breastfeeders

THE BRAND NEW York contingent from the grand Francophone pop revitalization — Les Sans Culottes, their offshoot Nous Non As well as, and, obviously, scene godmother April March — favor an overtly ironic, heavily kitschy updating of the fantastic French pop music from the 1960s, as performed by Françoise Hardy, …

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Joemca

Vocalist/songwriter Joemca — that’s pronounced “JUM-ka,” pretty much — promises classical schooling on both piano and violin, and it is armed with a CV including today’s revision of the score for the Chinese language opera, chamber music parts predicated on the functions of Japanese writer Haruki Murakami, and — assuming …

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Zeraphine

Zeraphine, a bilingual goth-rooted alternate rock-band from Berlin, arose through the demise of Dreadful Shadows, an influential English-language German darkwave music group through the 1990s. Zeraphine was founded in 2000 by vocalist/lyricist Sven Friedrich and guitarist Norman Selbig, who was simply among the founding people of Dreadful Shadows (whose lifestyle …

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Nena Daconte

Pop/rock duo Nena Daconte (called for a personality within a novel by Gabriel García Márquez) comprise vocalist Mai Meneses and guitarist Kim Fanlo. Meneses was a participant on the next season of the tv screen competition Operacion Triunfo. She found understand Fanlo (a studio room musician from Barcelona) through the …

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