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Philippe Katerine

Philippe Katerine, generally known simply while Katerine, is a People from france alternative vocalist/songwriter who emerged to underground acclaim in the mid-’90s and steadily garnered business achievement in subsequent years while his renown grew. Given birth to Philippe Blanchard on Dec 8, 1968, in Chantonnay, Vendée, he produced his full-length …

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Shepherd Kings

Jason Elbogen, Jack port Simpson, Johnny Breitzer, and Mike Kraus’s Shepherd Kings started in Iowa’s Grinnell University back 1992, moved to Minneapolis, and had a five-year life-span having a rotating solid of lame wavers including Julie Rowe, Sarah Quimby, Laura Waxman, Chris Valenty, Lisa Goldman, Mary Walz, and Heather Spear. …

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Bill Baird

Texas native Costs Baird is a prolific, multifaceted musician and a D.We.Y. designer/inventor/technologist. He’s done multi-media artwork installations, music video clips, independent film ratings, and different experimental sound recordings and live functions (including “Compumonium,” using what he phone calls his laptop computer ensemble). He’s also released music under his personal …

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Leon Jean-Marie

London-based singer/songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and producer Leon Jean-Marie caused a stir in 2008 when he debuted about Island Records with an R&B- and funk-influenced design of pop that often drew comparisons to Prince. Jean-Marie’s debut recording, Bent Out of Form (2008), featuring creation work by Tag Ronson and Bloodshy, was preceded …

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Yonlu

Songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and virtual musician Yonlu was created Vinicius Gageiro Marques, in Porto Alegre, in southern Brazil’s Rio Grande du Sul, among the nation’s most populated cultural capitals. The kid of the psychoanalyst and a politics scientist who was simply the region’s secretary of lifestyle, Yonlu was an visual polymath …

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Douglas Armour

Shapeshifting Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter Douglas Armour crafts deep, brooding dance figures, fuzzy, blissed-out modern rock and roll tunes, and introspective electro-pop confections with equal parts nostalgia and innovation. His debut recording, Light of the Golden Day time, The Hands of the night time, premiered in springtime 2008 within the Sociable …

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The Ting Tings

Called after a Chinese language friend whose name appears like the Mandarin pronunciation of “bandstand,” the Ting Tings — a scrappy, dance-oriented duo comprising singer/guitarist Katie Light and drummer Jules De Martino — produced in the Salford district of Manchester, Britain in 2006. Ahead of developing the group, the set …

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Calvin Johnson

Given birth to in Olympia, Washington, Calvin Johnson’s 1st true romantic relationship with music were only available in 1977. After coming back from a vacation along with his parents to Britain, he came back and signed up for a summer program known as Radio for everybody. The 15-year-old would perform …

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Getaway Cruiser

Due to the ashes from the Ann Arbor grunge clothing whirlingRoad, Getaway Cruiser, in ways, illustrates the evolution of alternative rock and roll. Brothers Chris and Drew Peters had been always fascinated with music; by enough time they went to the University or college of Michigan in the first ’90s, …

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Cake

Best-known because of their ubiquitous hit “THE LENGTH,” Cake epitomized the postmodern, irony-drenched visual of ’90s geek rock. Their audio freely blended and matched up pastiches of broadly varying styles — white-boy funk, hip-hop, nation, new influx pop, jazz, university rock, and electric guitar rock and roll — with a …

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