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Sawdust Devil

Sawdust Devil got their begin in Omaha, NE, through the couple cooperation of Richard Schultz (vocals/acoustic guitar) and Melissa Solid wood (bass/vocals). Bringing on the metallic sound of classic rock and roll, and a self-parody of funny lyrics, the duo started strictly like a studio room project with program drummer …

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Lost Child

The Michigan indie rock duo Lost Child continues to be honing its experimental space rock because the mid-’90s, when schoolhood friends Brett Zylstra and Steve Fowler formed a common bond with alternative music. Both found a electric guitar and distributed the affects of R.E.M., Radiohead, Cracker, and Sparklehorse, and in …

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Hamish Kilgour

Hailing from Dunedin, New Zealand, drummer/vocalist/songwriter Hamish Kilgour shaped the Clean in 1978 along with his sibling David, going to become an eternally obscure but massively influential group and among the front-runners for the seems that had become referred to as kiwi pop, college rock and roll, and finally alternative …

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Andy

Andradanik “Andy” Madadian was created on Apr 2, 1958. An associate of a big, poor category of Persian and Armenian good, Andy was raised within a one-room home in Teheran, which he distributed to his five siblings and two parents. Though Andy and his siblings could actually attend school, there …

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The Liverbirds

The Liverbirds (sometimes spelled Liver organ Parrots) were one of the most distinctive clothes in Liverpool (and somewhere else, for example) by virtue to the fact that these were a hard-rocking all-girl group, self-contained instrumentally and centered on tempo & blues. They weren’t as well effective musically in Liverpool, however …

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4 Out of 5 Doctors

Washington, DC-based, brand-new influx/power pop clothing 4 Out of 5 Doctors shaped in the later ’70s across the abilities of guitarist/keyboardist Jeff Severson, guitarist George Pittaway, bassist/vocalist Cal Everett, and drummer Tom Ballew. Though they just documented two albums, an eponymous 1980 debut and 1982’s Second Opinion, the music group’s …

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Karla Schickele

Bassist/vocalist Karla Schickele was a founding person in alt-rockers Beekeeper (along with her guitar-playing sibling, Matthew), and a person in the folk-pop clothing Ida, and a single artist beneath the alias k. In 1997, Beekeeper released the solitary “Anywhere CAN DO,” as well as the recording Ostrich in 1998, throughout …

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Y.U.P.

Dealing with ’80s punk wave in Finland, there spawned two highly complex but innovative rock and roll groupings, CMX and YUP. Although YUP was founded in the past due ’80s, a afterwards edition of YUP schedules to the first ’90s. This youthful but innovative trio (comprising vocalist/guitarist Jarkko Martikainen, bassist …

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John Moreland

Oklahoma’s John Moreland is a rootsy, heartfelt vocalist/songwriter who have grew out of punk in his teenagers to become lauded Americana and alt-country designer. Created in Longview, Tx in 1985, Moreland was raised in Oklahoma inside a working-class category of rigorous Southern Baptists. As a kid, he was initially presented …

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Yum-Yum

Yum-Yum was the short-lived task of Chris Holmes, a Chicago-based multi-instrumentalist who all experimented in a number of musical styles without ever settling for or excelling in virtually any of them. Ahead of developing Yum-Yum, which he was the just continuous member, Holmes have been the primary songwriter for Sabalon …

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