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Lucius

Featuring a couple of appealing frontwomen in Berklee College of Music tone of voice majors Jess Wolfe and Holly Laessig, Brooklyn-based indie pop group Lucius also depend on the talents of drummer Dan Molad and guitarist Peter Lalish. Multi-instrumentalist Andrew Burri curved out the initial lineup. Demonstrating an evocative mixture …

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Tricky D

Producer/DJ/digital musician Dean Bagar, later on referred to as Tricky D, was created and raised in Croatia. Bagar spent his youngsters pursuing visible arts aswell as engaging in music within the regional punk picture before shifting to London in the past due ’80s, and later on to Berlin as the …

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Molly Moore

Molly Moore continues to be composing songs since she was seven years of age, honing her love of singing and songwriting over time that followed. The Hastings-on-Hudson, NY indigenous of German, Russian, and Polish descent grew up by musical parents who helped form her soulful alt-pop. As her profession expanded, …

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Thierry Amiel

Count number Thierry Amiel among the myriad youthful performers launched to popularity via the truth TV sensation of the first 21st century. Delivered Oct 18, 1982, in Bouches-du-Rhône, France, Amiel was learning mindset when he stop college to pursue a profession in music. After auditioning unsuccessfully for the tv screen …

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Canterbury

Produced in 2005 in Farnham, Surrey by Luke Prebble (lead vocals), Ben Bishop (bass), and Adam Tube (guitar) — who all went to the same boarding classes — and curved away by Mike Sparks (vocals, guitar) and Scott Peters (drums) in 2007, Canterbury spent their early years creating a profile …

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Cynic

Another product from the prolific Florida death metallic scene, Cynic recognized themselves for his or her exclusive experiments in combining technically skillful death metallic with intensifying rock touches, bordering sometimes about jazz fusion. Cynic was created in 1987 by vocalist/guitarist Paul Masvidal, guitarist Jason Gobel, bassist Tag Vehicle Erp, and …

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Iran

Conceived in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA in 1998, Iran started as the four-track bedroom-recording task of singer and multi-instrumentalist Aaron Aites. Playing a lot of the tools himself and recruiting close friends as required, Aites released Iran’s self-titled debut through Andee Connors’ (A Forest, J Chapel, Ticwar) Tumult label in …

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Michael

Michael was an Athens, GA-based indie combo with ties to emo and origins in ’80s radio. The music group first surfaced in 1999, when vocalist/guitarist David Fairbairn, bassist John Nowicki, and drummer Bob Sleppy released the YOU NEED TO Be This High LP through an area Athens indie. Filled with …

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La Rumeur

La Rumeur certainly are a People from france hip-hop quartet with a solid foundation in the cités (or immigrant suburbs) of Paris, renowned for his or her politically subversive and confrontational lyrical content material. Composed of MCs Ekoué, Hamé, Mourad, and Philippe (all graduates of People from france colleges), La …

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Rally Boy

Upon their formation in 1997, Rally Boy, who are individually referred to as Dan Blaker (vocals/guitar), Bob Ham (drums), Justin Scott (vocals/bass), and Ryan Matheson (vocals/guitar), formulated several complex, power pop numbers that additionally presented sonic guitar noises and vocal melodies. After playing several displays throughout their Portland, OR, hometown, …

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