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Asakusa Jinta

Experimental performance artists/preservation band Asakusa Jinta take their name and inspiration through the Tokyo historical district where jintas (roving Japanese street bands) once loaded the streets. The band’s combination of punk, ska, golf swing, and march music (performed from the seven-piece clothing including accordion, standup bass, horns, and tempo section) …

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TV/TV

NEW YORK quartet Television/Television were formed in 2006 by longtime friends Josh Sea (vocals and electric guitar) and Joe Esposito (electric guitar), acquiring their name from several media-sharp Berkeley learners in the 1970s who known as themselves “TVTV” and specific in asking politicians challenging queries while filming the replies with …

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Layla Zoe

Layla Zoe can be an internationally recognized blues vocalist/songwriter from Vancouver, Uk Columbia. Zoe’s skill as a vocalist was obvious from a age group when, after finding her father’s blues record collection, she had taken a convert fronting his music group. After performing for another regional blues music group in …

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Mokobé

French rapper Mokobe Traore was originally an associate from the rap posse 113, but really made his name along with his 2007 single outing, Mon Afrique, an recording which he put his Malian origins towards the forefront, supported by such popular African performers as Youssou N’Dour, Amadou & Mariam, Tiken …

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Alex Winston

A classically trained opera singer and a previous starting act for Chuck Berry, with affects ranging from Small Richard to PJ Harvey, singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Alex Winston isn’t easy and simple designer to pigeonhole. Given birth to and elevated in Detroit, MI, Winston was motivated by her parents to pursue …

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Rozzi Crane

A sultry-voiced, ’90s hip-hop/soul-influenced singer and songwriter from SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, Rozzi Crane began her quick rise like a neo-soul vocalist while still an adolescent. In ’09 2009 at age 17, she released a self-titled EP and later on signed up for the University or college of Southern California’s …

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The Yeah You’s

Luxurious, flamboyant, and unabashedly bombastic, British pomp-rock duo the Yeah You’s supply a campy mixture of ELO-inspired prog pop and Sparks-infused choice rock which has drawn comparisons to various other modern-day big-production performers like Mika, the sensation, as well as the Scissor Sisters. Produced in London by Mike Kintish (vocals, …

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Pee Wee

Pee Wee is a Latin pop singer from america who embarked on the solo career in ’09 2009 after soaring to fame seeing that a member from the Kumbia Kings. Blessed Irvin Salinas on Dec 8, 1988, in Othello, WA, he transferred to southern Tx as a teenager. In Tx …

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Bleeker

A siblings-led Canadian very difficult rock and roll quartet whose Stones-ian swagger and big melodic hooks invoke brands like the Dark Tips, the Struts, Plane, and Royal Bloodstream, Bleeker were founded in the North Ontario city of Orillia. Originally working beneath the moniker Bleeker Ridge, the music group was created …

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Rita Ora

Created in Pristina, Kosovo but raised in London, R&B vocalist Rita Ora produced her first public appearance in 2007 when she guested on Craig David’s one “Awkward.” A calendar year later she became a member of Tinchy Stryder on his one “Where’s Your Appreciate,” but her big break emerged in …

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