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Kimya Dawson

Vocalist/songwriter Kimya Dawson is most beneficial known on her behalf use the anti-folk clothing the Moldy Peaches, but she also maintained a lo-fi single career through the 2000s. She produced her single debut with 2002’s I AM SORRY That Occasionally I’m Mean, a assortment of extra tunes performed mainly on …

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Billy Bragg

Finding inspiration within the righteous anger of punk rock and roll as well as the socially conscious folk custom of Woody Guthrie and Bob Dylan, Billy Bragg was the best figure from the anti-folk motion from the ’80s. For some from the 10 years, Bragg bashed out tracks only on …

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Ani DiFranco

A folkie in punk’s clothes, Ani DiFranco battled successfully contrary to the Goliath of corporate and business rock and roll to emerge among the most influential and inspirational cult heroines from the 1990s. A resolute follower from the D.We.Con. ethos, DiFranco released her information through her personal indie label, Righteous …

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Adam Brodsky

Known for his twisted, acerbic and irreverent love of life, folk-rocker Adam Brodsky continues to be called Philadelphia’s exact carbon copy of Lach (the singer/songwriter who led New York’s anti-folk picture in the 1980s and 1990s). Like Lach, Brodsky is experienced in anti-folk, a hard-edged mixture of folk and rock …

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Trachtenburg Family Slideshow Players

The offbeat Trachtenburg Family members Slideshow Players aren’t a lot a band because they are a skill project. Deriving their music topics from classic slides of arbitrary family holidays, the trio (keyboardist/guitarist/vocalist Jason Trachtenburg, slip projector/costume developer Tina Piña Trachtenburg, and preteen drummer Rachel Piña Trachtenburg) live a nomadic life-style, …

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Peter Dizozza

Boasting an extended job in entertainment filled up with important contributions to NY theater, mostly regarding composing or executing music, Peter Dizozza documented his first single album in 2001. Entitled Pro-Choice on Mental Wellness, it had been a seven-track music routine with dialogue from a mini-play sprinkled throughout.

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Hamell on Trial

Ed Hamell, who performs beneath the name Hamell on Trial, were able to build a stable subsequent for his anti-folk, punk rock-influenced acoustic music. Alternating between brash and funny, his audio has more in keeping with rock compared to the soft folksingers of yore. Hamell on Trial got his begin …

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The Bundles

NY City-based anti-folk supergroup the Bundles shaped in 2001 across the abilities of quirky punk princess Kimya Dawson (Moldy Peaches) and underground comic musician/anti-folk hero Jeffrey Lewis. Dawson and Lewis, alongside longtime collaborators Jack port Lewis (bass) and Anders Griffen (drums), started piecing together tracks in 2001, obtaining together sporadically …

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Ben Godwin

Though singer/songwriter Ben Godwin spent the first section of his career performing in hard rock bands in Glasgow, Scotland, he eventually determined how the acoustic anti-folk format was how he wished to display himself and his craft. In 2002 he released the EP Four Tracks, accompanied by =shinyshiny= in 2004 …

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Brenda Kahn

Among the main singer/songwriters from the anti-folk motion, Brenda Kahn shared all of the DIY ethics and punk attitude typical of it is leading figures, in addition to its dissatisfaction using the a lot more conservative folk establishment. That which was even more, Kahn sometimes produced her punk root base …

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