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Clipd Beaks

Embracing the angular, semi-melodic impact of post-punk pioneers like the Homosexuals which Heat combined with the electronic floors of fellow contemporary no-wave revivalists, Clipd Beaks started producing music amid the chilly surroundings of Minneapolis, MN, in 2003. Founding people Ray Benjamin (drums) and Scott Ecklein (bass) understood one another since …

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Jocelyne Béroard

As business lead singer for the 15-piece Martinique-based music group Kassav’ since 1984, Jocelyn Beroard helped to place the foundations of zouk, a favorite dance mixture of Antillean, Zairean, and Western european influences. Alongside the group, Beroard became a member of with Youssou N’Dour, Peter Gabriel, and Tracy Chapman in …

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Hooray for Earth

New York-based indie rock quartet Hooray for Globe materialized officially in past due 2005, although music group had been within a slow-to-gel state of formation since singer Noel Heroux and bassist Chris Principe met and played in a variety of projects throughout their high-school times. While he and Principe had …

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Special Teamz

Special Teamz is really a Bostonian supergroup as multi-faceted because they are multicultural, led with the O.G. of Boston hip-hop, Edo G; Jaysaun, a previous person in the Kreators; and fellow Boston stalwart and transplant Slaine (The Light Man May be the Devil, Vol. 1). Collectively having caused a deep …

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The D4

Created by two Auckland, New Zealand, natives who only pass the titles of Dion and Jimmy, both guitarists/vocalists met up because the D4 in 1998 after branching away using their former strap, Almost nothing. Making use of their self-titled, self-released 1999 debut EP, the D4 would catch a ruckus of …

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Guy Chambers

Working with performers in the swaggering and brash Robbie Williams towards the elegant and heartfelt Andrea Bocelli, the multi-talented Man Chambers has proved himself to be always a beneficial right-hand guy. After completing his composition research in 1985 on the London Guildhall College of Music, Chambers toured as an associate …

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J*Davey

Seeing that J*Davey, vocalist Jack port Davey (aka Brianna Cartwright) and manufacturer Brook D’Leau pull from spirit, funk, hip-hop, and brand-new wave. Ahead of developing the duo in LA in 1999, D’Leau discovered to create while trying out his father’s studio room apparatus. Davey, originally from from St. Louis, Missouri, …

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George Thorogood

A blues-rock guitarist who pulls his motivation from Elmore Wayne, Hound Doggie Taylor, and Chuck Berry, George Thorogood by no means earned very much respect from blues purists, but he became a favorite favorite in the first ’80s through repeated publicity on Radio as well as the arena rock and …

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Soulja Boy Tell Em

Before he reached age 18, Soulja Boy Tell Em (born DeAndre Way; originally Soulja Boy until copyright problems interfered) had been an ambitious musician and a practiced businessman wielding all of the hitmaking requirements: manufacturer, live entertainer, and an capability to compose catchy hooks. Blessed in 1990 in Chicago, Illinois, …

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The Menzingers

Though they might afterwards relocate to nearby Philadelphia, punk rock and roll unit the Menzingers came jointly in Scranton, Pa and included former associates of local ska-punk bands Bob & the Sagets and Kos Mos. Tom Might (vocals, electric guitar), Joe Godino (drums), Eric Eager (bass), and Greg Barnett (vocals, …

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