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Summer Fiction

Summer Fiction may be the music task of Brooklyn-based vocalist/songwriter Costs Ricchini. The Philadelphia indigenous released a set of critically acclaimed single information for Sony’s Transdreamer imprint in 2001 and 2005 before moving his concentrate to the summertime Fiction project this year 2010. Heavily affected from the orchestrated noises of …

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Archer Prewitt

Musician and illustrator Archer Prewitt was created and raised in Frankfort, KY, heading to attend artwork college in Kansas Town. There he co-founded the Coctails, a now-legendary quartet whose eclectic, Martin Denny-inspired kitsch-pop predated the lounge revival motion by a great half-decade; the music group relocated to Chicago in 1991, …

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The Pernice Brothers

Formed following the 1997 breakup of singer/songwriter Joe Pernice’s alt-country group the Scud Hill Boys, the Pernice Brothers do an about-face in the lush ’70s country sound of the final album, Massachusetts, and developed the lush orchestrated pop of 1998’s Overcome By Happiness. Documented for Sub Pop, the record highlighted …

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Bill Ricchini

Singer/songwriter Expenses Ricchini was created in Philadelphia. Though indie rock and roll was his primary curiosity when he started writing tracks while attending university at La Salle College or university in Philadelphia, it had been his parents’ record collection — the Beatles, the Seaside Young boys, the Ronettes — that …

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Blue-Eyed Son

Vocalist/songwriter Andrew Heilprin composes a tangible and much more subdued sound in comparison to his times fronting the SoCal punk music group 40 Watt Area. He honors Bob Dylan giving himself the moniker of Blue-Eyed Kid. His assortment of 50-some music followed him on a journey to Hawaii in 2002 …

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