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Horacio Palencia

Horacio Palencia is a Grammy-winning songwriter and saving artist that has written strikes for numerous performers in the Regional Mexican genre. Palencia was created and elevated in Rosario, Sinaloa (though he later on relocated to Mazatlan). He cherished music and was self-taught on many tools including piano and acoustic guitar, …

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Good Old War

A group shaped in the off period (in other words, hiatus) from the music group Days Away, CLASSIC Battle — named with an array of “parts” of its associates’ brands — premiered by Times Away’s Keith Goodwin and Tim Arnold. Joined up with by Daniel Schwartz of Unlikely Cowboy, CLASSIC …

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Gaia Mesiah

This three-part female, one-part male rock-band from Prague, Czech Republic, strives to talk about the same vision of heavy music like a playground for a variety of musical, stylistic and spiritual experimentation that unify many great rock bands such as for example Faith FORGET ABOUT, Jane’s Addiction, Deftones and Tool. …

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School Boy Humor

Founded by Caleb Spillyards (vocals, keyboards), Phil Evans (vocals, guitar), Anthony Evans (guitar, vocals), Pierce Hunter (bass), and Greg Scherer (drums) in Little Rock and roll, AR, the emo-pop group Classes Boy Humor debuted in 2005 and self-released their first EP, TO CREATE Hearts Reluctant, the next year. The group …

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Gin Wigmore

Vocalist/songwriter Gin Wigmore crafts emotional, intelligent folk-pop in the vein of contemporaries like Feist, Fiona Apple, and Brandi Carlile. Created in Auckland, New Zealand, her big break arrived after defeating out 11,000 talented individuals to earn the International Songwriting Competition in NY, which led to a record cope with Common …

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Anjulie

Elevated by parents of Guyanese, Canadian, and Indian descent in the Toronto suburb of Oakville, singer Anjulie offers her feet planted firmly in the wonderful world of pop, but her music can be influenced from the multi-cultural sounds which were well-liked by her older siblings. At 17, she got an …

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Jean on Jean

Following the breakup of Out Hud in 2005, cellist and vocalist Molly Schnick began documenting songs which were far taken off the dance-punk sounds of her previous group. The seductive and reflective music she done over another 3 years are gathered beneath the name Jean on Jean, and her debut …

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Leopold and His Fiction

Often set alongside the White Stripes for his or her stripped-down sound and Daniel James’ vocal sound (which bears a particular resemblance to Jack White), Leopold and His Fiction play the actual band loves to contact “vintage rock,” music that fuses components of blues, folk-rock, garage area rock, and roots …

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Never Shout Never

Under no circumstances Shout Under no circumstances began like a one-man band featuring Christofer Drew, a Missouri native whose songs straddle the boundary between emo and acoustic singer/songwriter fare. Something from the digital age group, Drew originally constructed a group of fans by publishing his shiny, soul-baring music to the …

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Sexy Kids

Made up of Patrick, Roxanne, Graeme, and Andy Friendly (all previous associates of likeminded indie pop teams Bricolage, the Royal We, and Dot to Dot), Glasgow’s Sexy Children developed a luminous twee sound that nodded to seminal indie pop outfits like Talulah Gosh and Dolly Mixture. The band’s debut 7″ …

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