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Brand New

Even though members of COMPLETELY NEW cut their teeth in a variety of hardcore bands, the group took a far more melodic method of its work, embracing punk-pop around the debut album YOUR PREFERRED Weapon and incorporating areas of indie rock and roll during future projects. Created in Long Isle, …

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Mount Eerie

Following the release from the Microphones’ 2003 album, Mount Eerie, Washington state songwriter/multi-instrumentalist/producer Phil Elverum took that title because the name of his subsequent project, which extended within the searching experience from the Microphones’ music. He founded the label P.W. Elverum and Sunlight Ltd., releasing a set of CD-Rs, Seven …

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Brendan Benson

A Michigan-born songwriter who occupies the rockier end of the energy pop range (more indebted towards the Who compared to the Raspberries, that’s), Brendan Benson debuted at age 26 using a sterling initial album, 1996’s A single Mississippi. He continuing working being a single musician for the better section of …

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Tom McRae

Vocalist/songwriter Tom McRae credits his upbringing for leading him to some profession in music. While we were young in Chelmsford, his parents had been vicars within the Chapel of Britain and McRae sang within the choir. His mom played acoustic guitar and, as a teenager, he’d borrow it. When his …

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Air Supply

Making use of their heavily orchestrated, sweet ballads, the Australian soft rock and roll group Air Supply became a staple of early-’80s radio, scoring a string of seven straight Top Five singles. Atmosphere Supply, for some intents and reasons, was the duo of vocalists Russell Hitchcock and Graham Russell; additional …

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Adventures

Created in 2012, punkish indie rockers Activities modeled their sound following the buzzy alt pop of shy ’90s wallflower rings, despite writing three members using the decidedly more aggressive metalcore group Code Orange Children. Code Orange Children people Reba Meyers (electric guitar/vocals), Jami Morgan (drums), and Joe Goldman (bass/vocals) had …

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Arab Strap

Arab Strap’s music presented frank, unflinching narratives on the subject of sex and medicines spoken/sung inside a heavy Scottish brogue, supported by drum machines, digital loops, and sparse guitar melodies. Primarily a duo, their audio became richer and much more ambitious because they toured and collaborated with extra music artists. …

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‘Til Tuesday

Remembered for his or her lone hit solitary “Voices Bring,” ‘Til Wednesday gradually developed from a fresh wave pop strap right into a vehicle for the songwriting of Aimee Mann. Growing in the tail end of fresh influx, ‘Til Tuesday’s industrial fortunes had been helped dramatically by way of a …

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The Sherlocks

Composed of two pairs of brothers (vocalist/guitarist Kiaran Crook and drummer Brandon Crook; bassist Andy Davidson and guitarist Josh Davidson), the Sherlocks are an indie rock and roll quartet shaped in the summertime of 2010 in the tiny community of Bolton upon Dearne in Sheffield, U.K. The four close friends …

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Three Days Grace

The users of Three Days Elegance began bashing punk chords if they were within their teens, carving a derivative yet energetic sound that fueled their live performances. 3 Times Grace were created in Norwood, Ontario, Canada, in 1997 by Adam Gontier (vocals, acoustic guitar), Brad Walst (bass), and Neil Sanderson …

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