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The Bennies

Originally formed in ’09 2009 beneath the name Madonna, Melbourne natives Anty Horgan (vocals, keyboards), Craig Selak (bass), David Beaumont (drums), and Julien Rozenbergs (guitar) opted to improve their name a couple of years afterwards in 2011 towards the Bennies. Currently a company fixture from the Australian punk underground and …

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Planet Patrol

Produced and arranged by early hip-hop impresarios Arthur Baker and John Robie, Globe Patrol strolled an intriguing range between electro as well as the classic Motown sound. The quintet of vocalists (led by Natural herb Jackson) only created one album, nonetheless it is among the few traditional LPs from the …

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The Rods

The Rods were among America’s unsung blue-collar rock bands from the 1980s — often in comparison to Britain’s Motörhead for their veteran three-piece lineup; their everyman, nearly punk-simple picture; and, obviously, their brash and intensely loud music, that was invariably performed on amplifiers established to 11! The music group achieved …

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Vesania

Based away of Legionowo, Poland, symphonic black colored steel unit Vesania (the Latin phrase for insanity) shaped in 1997 throughout the talents of Behemoth bassist and support vocalist Tomasz Wróblewski (Orion), Vader drummer Dariusz Brzozowski (Daray), and Decapitated and UnSun bassist Filip Hałucha (Heinrich). Focusing on a relentless coupling of …

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Twiztid

Protégés from the Insane Clown Posse and signed to the group’s Psychopathic label, the Detroit-area rap duo Twiztid based their action on the similarly theatrical, outrageous, makeup-heavy picture and an obsession with serial-killer horror movies. Jamie Madrox as well as the Monoxide Kid ensemble themselves as psychotic axe murderers on …

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Poo Bear

The person who wrote Usher’s “SWEPT UP,” 112’s “Peaches and Cream,” and Chris Brown’s “I COULD Transform Ya,” Jason Boyd aka Poo Bear released his own singing career in 2014 by using frequent collaborator Justin Bieber. Given birth to in Connecticut but elevated in Atlanta, Boyd was just 14 when …

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Futurebound

Futurebound, aka Brendan Collins, was created and bred in Liverpool and got his initial flavor of dance music after going to illegal raves by the end from the ’80s when the U.K. acidity house picture was completely effect. Enamored with the picture, he used DJing, and guaranteed his 1st residency …

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Credit to the Nation

A system for MC Fusion, rap group Credit to the country managed modest strikes in their local Britain through the ’90s and reactivated through the 2010s. The group in the beginning comprised Fusion (given birth to Matty Hanson in 1971, Wednesbury, Western Midlands) plus a couple of dancers and periodic …

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Chris “The Greek” Panaghi

A DJ who mixes Hi-NRG, electro, trance, and home, Chris the Greek also reported about the Hi-NRG picture for such magazines as DMA (Dance Music Power), Streetsounds, and Perfect Slashes U.K. not only is it the assistant movie director of the brand new York-area Direct Strike Record Pool. In 2002, …

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The Choir

Using their origins in Orange County, California, and their current incarnation based out of Nashville, Tennessee, atmospheric alt-rock outfit the Choir have undergone their fair share of changes throughout their long career. Created in 1984 beneath the moniker Youngsters Choir, and constructed around the unique playing of guitarist and vocalist …

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