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Dios Malos

Hawthorne, CA’s Dios includes guitarists/vocalists Kevin and Joel Morales, bassist John Paul Caballero, keyboardist Jimmy Cabeza DeVaca, and drummer Jackie Monzon. The music group hails from exactly the same city that spawned the Seaside Males, Emitt Rhodes, and Dark Flag, as well as the previous two performers’ trippy wistfulness, as …

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All Night Radio

Beachwood Sparks associates Dave Scher and Jimi Hey formed FOREVER Radio in 2002, following Hey’s go back to the Beachwood Sparks lineup after a five-year break. The task was named honoring Scher’s late-night radio times. Back 1995, a long time before both became bandmates in Beachwood Sparks, Hey (who was …

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Send Medicine

Los Angeles’ Send Medication help to make a woozy, psychedelic rock and roll that combines a liberal mixture of browse, folk, and blues noises. Created in 2012, Send Medication originally began as solo task for Toronto vocalist/songwriter Julian Hacquebard. Nevertheless, after Hacquebard relocated to LA, he extended the lineup, ultimately …

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GospelbeacH

Featuring a couple of observed veterans from the West Coast indie pop community, GospelbeacH enjoy music that harks back again to several eras of California music, from folk-rock and sunshine pop to country-rock as well as the paisley underground scene. GospelbeacH had been shaped in 2014 by vocalist and guitarist …

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Dylan Shearer

Dreamy, melancholic singer/songwriter Dylan Shearer’s slightly psychedelic tunes trim toward the same inward-looking chamber pop sounds of traditional introverts like Kevin Ayers, Syd Barrett, Truck Dyke Parks, and various other gorgeous weirdos of ’60s pop psych. Shearer started playing music and documenting music early in his youth, sometimes jamming along …

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Salvia Plath

Baltimore local Michael Collins got his begin making music beneath the name Work DMT in the past due 2000s. After producing two albums (2010’s Banana Break up and 2012’s Dreams) composed of drifting, atmospheric sonic collages that hover somewhere within psychedelia, J Dilla-style hip-hop, and Seaside Boys-influenced pop, Collins was …

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The Sanctuaries

The Sanctuaries were formed this year 2010 when friends singer/guitarist David Stern and drummer Brian Indig solidified a couple of upbeat pop tunes after playing collectively in a variety of combinations for quite some time at Skidmore University. Centered out of Manhattan but with origins in NY condition, the group …

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Cullen Omori

Vocalist, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Cullen Omori provides an person perspective on indie pop along with his darkly tuneful and atmospheric tunes. Omori was among the founders from the Chicago-based music group the Smith Westerns, who created in 2007 and became an indie achievement story using the 2011 recording Dye It …

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Zeus

Unlike the number of rock bands that reveal the same name, the Canadian indie group Zeus forgoes doom and gloom to create music with three-part harmonies, Americana sensibilities, and sunny force pop hooks. After parting methods using the 6ixty8ights, years as a child close friends (and ten-year veterans from the …

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The Four Storeys

Oxford, England’s 4 Storeys are led simply by brothers Nick Kenny (vocals/acoustic guitar) and Simon Kenny (bass), both previously of vastly-underrated mid-’90s Brit-pop/mod revivalists Thurman; drummer Dan Goddard (ex-Nubiles) and keyboardist “Pete” complete all of those other lineup. After developing in the wintertime of 1998, they are just now becoming …

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