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I Set My Friends on Fire

Having a sound that touches on metallic, dance-pop, and glitched-out electronics, I Set My Friends burning are just like a tornado of music influences and genres. Created in 2007 by Matt Mehana and Nabil Moo, the Miami, Florida group discovered an target audience quickly using their cover of Soulja Boy’s …

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Girlpool

A drummerless electric powered guitar-and-bass duo supplying a sparse but spirited undertake empowered indie rock and roll, Girlpool’s Cleo Tucker and Tranquility Tividad borrow a lot of attitude from early-’90s trailblazers like Liz Phair, Juliana Hatfield, and Hair shampoo. The duo created in 2013, when Tucker and Tividad had been …

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Nowhere

Nowhere (stylized mainly because the affirmative “nowHere”) combines the skills of spoken term vocalist Trey Hales and instrumentalist Anays Torres (of My Iron Lung). Nearly rap, not really totally slam poetry, Nowhere’s music is designed for poignancy, with Hales’ stories woven over Torres’ split sonics. A indigenous of Portland, Oregon, …

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Lucius

Featuring a couple of appealing frontwomen in Berklee College of Music tone of voice majors Jess Wolfe and Holly Laessig, Brooklyn-based indie pop group Lucius also depend on the talents of drummer Dan Molad and guitarist Peter Lalish. Multi-instrumentalist Andrew Burri curved out the initial lineup. Demonstrating an evocative mixture …

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Torture

Torture, from Un Paso, TX, was formed in 1986 by senior high school buddies Tom Hicks (electric guitar, vocals), Jerry Norland (drums, vocals), Deric Gunter (bass), and J.D. Robins (acoustic guitar) — most of whom distributed a enthusiasm for the Western thrash of Kreator and early Celtic Frost, aswell as …

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Bradley Colerick

Vocalist/songwriter Brad Colerick was created and raised in Nebraska. His family members was not especially musical, although one of is own grandfathers performed a violin that he provided Colerick. Colerick restored the device, but he was in fact interested in the guitar. Seriously influenced by Adam Taylor, he performed night …

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Matt Corby

Matt Corby is a raspy-voiced Australian vocalist and songwriter with many charting, award-winning initial songs. Elevated on gospel music and later on creating a fondness for Crosby, Stills, Nash, & Youthful, Corby performed locally in his indigenous Sydney and toured having a chapel band before completing second on Australian Idol …

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Avi Buffalo

Avigdor Zahner-Isenberg began composing songs as a higher college sophomore, using the name Avi Buffalo as his music alias. Within a year’s period, the Long Seaside native had come up with a full music group composed of drummer Sheridan Riley, bassist Arin Fazio, and keyboardist Rebecca Coleman. After playing many …

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The Color Morale

Produced in 2005, the colour Morale certainly are a metalcore strap based away of Rockford, Illinois. Composed of vocalist Garret Rapp, guitarists Devin Ruler, Aaron Saunders, and Ramon Mendoza, bassist Justin Hieser, and drummer Steve Carey, the band’s audio features a solid emotional primary fortified by intense, punishing suits of …

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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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