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Nadeah

Influenced by troubadours Lou Reed and Leonard Cohen, old-school musicals and quirky singer/songwriters Björk and Tori Amos, Paris-based Aussie chanteuse Nadeah Miranda is just about the go-to girl for French cabaret functions while also going after a solo job of her personal. Developing a enthusiasm for music from a age, …

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Altar of Plagues

Mixing the suffocating blasts of black colored steel with post-metal atmospherics, Altar of Plagues broaden some already extreme genres into new territories. Structured out of Cork, Ireland, the music group strikes an excellent balance between your two styles, adding quieter, even more open occasions to its music to split up …

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Blank Dogs

To contact the one-man task Empty Canines prolific is a little bit of an understatement. Although Empty Dogs produces have been from the small-potatoes range (being released on several small independent brands), they have already been several and critically well received: 2007 noticed many of the project’s produces on essential …

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Strand of Oaks

The project of Goshen, Indiana-based singer/songwriter Tim Showalter, Strand of Oaks specializes in bold and anthemic indie Americana that attracts from classic rock and folk, skillfully blending traditional singer/songwriter catharsis with stadium-ready melodies in the vein of artists like War on Medications and My Morning hours Coat. Showalter, who started …

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I the Mighty

Based away of SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, California, I the Mighty have already been fusing post-hardcore, emo, and steel since their inception in 2007. Composed of vocalist and guitarist Brent Walsh, guitarist Ian Pedigo, bassist Chris Hinkley, and drummer Blake Dahlinger, the quartet produced its debut in 2008 using a …

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Wax Museums

Playing raw, raucous, and purposefully goofy punk rock and roll that’s just clever enough to learn the need for being ridiculous, the Polish Museums hail from Denton, Texas and show Paul Museum on vocals, TV’s Daniel (aka Daniel Fried, aka Daniel Zeigler) on guitar, Payton Green, on bass and Prince …

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Strip Steve

French DJ and manufacturer Strip Steve’s energized rhythms walk the range between membership and hip-hop. Developing up in Bordeaux as Théo Pozoga and slicing his tooth on noises from Daft Punk to Yo! MTV Raps, Steve began mixing at age group 14, soon offering the soundtrack for celebrations with his …

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Titus Andronicus

A punk-inflected indie rock and roll group whose bawling, thrashing audio reflected an array of influences which range from the Pixies to Bright Eye to Bruce Springsteen, Glen Rock and roll, New Jersey’s Titus Andronicus formed in 2005 with bandleader and songwriter Patrick Stickles supported by Liam Betson, Ian Graetzer, …

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Kellarissa

Kellarissa is Larissa Loyva, a whisper-quiet Vancouver vocalist and synthesizer experimentalist who first gained publicity in 1999 when she formed P:ano with Nick Krgovich. The duo, afterwards extended to a quartet, released three albums through the 2000s, where period Loyva also added to numerous rings and tasks around Vancouver, like …

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DJ Rashad

Among the DJs on the forefront from the fast and furious design of home music referred to as footwork, DJ Rashad (Rashad Harden) was created in Chicago and raised in the city’s suburb of Calumet Town. A young enthusiast of Chicago’s banging make of home music referred to as ghettohouse, …

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