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My Disco

Hailing from Melbourne, Australia, post-punk trio My Disco had been created in 2003 by brothers Liam and Ben Andrews and Rohan Rebeiro. Called for any Big Black track, the band specific in angular, cerebral indie rock and roll. My Disco produced a name for themselves using their occupied touring schedules, …

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Kowton

London-based digital artist Kowton (Joe Cowton) produces sparse, bass-heavy techno that draws from U.K. garage area and dub. He’s among the cornerstone performers of Peverelist’s lauded Livity Audio label, and he’s also released a large number of well-received 12″s on similar-minded U.K. bass brands like Keysound, Hessle Sound, and All …

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Jack Lee

A shadowy but essential amount in American power pop and the initial times of punk, Jack port Lee was an associate from the Nerves, a wildly influential trio that also included Peter Case (afterwards from the Plimsouls) and Paul Collins (who continued to front the Defeat). Lee also composed the …

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Family Band

Family Band may be the cooperation between couple Jonny Ollsin (Kids, S.T.R.E.E.T.S.) and visible designer Kim Krans, became a member of by Scott Hirsch (the Courtroom & Spark, Hiss Golden Messenger). The few fulfilled in the Catskills in 2005, starting the music group as a part task from Ollsin’s period …

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J. Karjalainen

J. Karjalainen can be a Finnish vocalist/songwriter whose recognition spans decades, from the 1980s. Created Jukka Tapio Karjalainen on Apr 1, 1957, in Helsinki, he produced his recording debut in 1981 with J. Karjalainen ja Mustat Lasit. Follow-up albums had been released pretty much annually through the entire 1980s and …

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Arthur Lee Harper

Arthur Lee Harper’s short profession began and ended in the later ’60s with a set of gently psychedelic folk albums recorded for Lee Hazlewood’s LHI Information. Using a hushed, high tenor tone of voice that was nearly apologetically close, he sang music of love, tranquility, and harmony which were sometimes …

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Jo Hamilton

Using a sound self-described as “Björk and Sarah McLachlan singing Robbie Burns backed by Sigur Rós,” Scottish singer/songwriter Jo Hamilton is among the chamber folk scene’s most intriguing and eclectic performers. Delivered to a Jamaican mom and Kenyan dad, she spent her years as a child developing up in the …

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Eddie Lee “Mustright” Jones

In 1965 folklorist Costs Koon was out for a walk near Lexington, Georgia, when he happened across Eddie Lee “Mustright” Jones using guitar on the porch. Intrigued, Koon strolled up and presented himself, quickly recognizing that Jones’ archaic melody repertoire, which bounced between outdated dark spirituals, early blues, and interpretations …

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Zemfira

Zemfira can be an indie rock and roll musician notable on her behalf departure from the original role of ladies in Russian music. Though she’s been endlessly in comparison to feminine rockers, Zhanna Aguzarova, Yanka Dyagileva, and Nastia Poleva, she hardly resembles some of her Russian predecessors, aligning even more …

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Brett Gleason

From Brooklyn by method of Long Island, singer/songwriter Brett Gleason is a single designer who combines the dark electronic existence of Trent Reznor using the earnest, piano-based pop of Ben Folds. Gleason found out a like for music at early age after a major accident remaining him having a serious …

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