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Void

Void was among the first rings to fuse hardcore punk and rock in a manner that was accepted by punk supporters, as well as the initial music group signed to Ian MacKaye’s Dischord label that wasn’t from Washington, D.C. (they hailed rather from suburban Columbia, Maryland). Their impact wasn’t as …

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Gallops

Presenting a combined bag of appear and noises that includes harsh electronics, sparse post-rock, jagged guitars, and raucous percussion, Gallops are an alternative solution instrumental trio from Wrexham, North Wales. Composed of Tag Huckridge (acoustic guitar, electronics, secrets), Brad Whyte (acoustic guitar, secrets), and Liam Edwards (drums), the group shaped …

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Disco Doom

Zurich, Switzerland’s Disco Doom shaped in 1996 using the core duo of guitarist/vocalist Gabriele De Mario and guitarist/bassist Anita Rufer. Using a spinning cast of drummers and longtime keyboardist Daniel Nievergelt, they crafted music that up to date the traditional ‘90s indie rock and roll of Superchunk and Pavement. RRKR …

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Papermoon

Viennese pop duo Papermoon was founded in 1991 by guitarist Christof Straub and singer Edina Thalhammer. Their combination of folk and pop quickly collected interest when Austrian radio train station ?-3 performed their track “Night time After Night time” on large rotation in 1992. The group got a record agreement …

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Codes in the Clouds

Hailing from the city of Dartford, U.K., Rules in the Clouds had been an instrumental post-rock music group that aurally encompassed from the melancholic and introspective towards the triumphant and ethereal. Shaped in 2007, the group had written and toured tirelessly, ultimately putting your signature on to Erased Tapes Information, …

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The Breakup Society

Delivering tough but hook-laden pop/rock and roll with lyrics that combine the witty as well as the cynical, the Pittsburgh-based group the Breakup Culture grab where leader Ed Masley’s former group, the Frampton Brothers still left off…actually. The Break up Society’s story started when vocalist, tempo guitarist, and songwriter Masley, …

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The Arm

What began being a weeklong, seven-song saving test became something even more for sweaty disco-infused indie rockers the Arm. Produced in Austin in 2001 and offering Sean O’Neal on vocals, Alex Lyon on electric guitar, Alex Ramirez on bass, and Kevin Bybee on drums, the group toured with rings like …

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The Beat Poets

Sketching many — and well-deserved — comparisons towards the legendary U2, Northern Ireland’s Defeat Poets created in 2005. During the period of its 1st year or two, the band developed a considerable hype, garnering plaudits and compliment from such well known music press as NME; getting airplay from channels as …

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Aucan

Hailing from Brescia, Italy, Aucan can be an experimental avant-garde task that audibly transcends post-rock, ambient, IDM, and techno. Comprising core users Francesco D’Abbraccio, Dario Dassenno, and Giovanni Ferligna, the trio arrived collectively in 2005 through a shared gratitude of evocative and ethereal music that mixes the organic using the …

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Lil’ Boys Blue

Renowned for his or her garage area cult classic “I’m Not There,” the Sunnyvale, California-based Lil’ Boys Blue had been led by singer/guitarist Larry Diehl, who shaped his first strap, the Tri-Tones, in 1961. The next year he shaped the Conquests with guitarist David Westberry, and in the wake from …

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