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Raquel Sofia

Hailing from Mayagüez, Puerto Rico, singer/songwriter Raquel Sofia began her professional job when she documented support vocals to Latin superstar Juanes’ Grammy Award-winning MTV Unplugged performance in 2012. Properly crafting her melodious Latin acoustic audio, she toured with Shakira and Prince Royce being a support vocalist in 2013, and her …

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Purple Pilgrims

Purple Pilgrims may be the experimental wish pop task of Clementine and Valentine Adams, sisters who had been raised in Hong Kong and New Zealand’s South Isle by a family group with long-running music root base: their great-grandfather, Davie Stewart, was recorded by Alan Lomax. In 2011, the Adams sisters …

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Cold Beat

Named to get a song with the Audio, Cool Beat may be the post-punk-inspired task of Hannah Lew, also the bassist for San Francisco’s acclaimed trio Lawn Widow. Lew started writing Cold Defeat tracks in the past due 2000s while dealing with Lawn Widow and building herself being a filmmaker …

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My Bubba

The people of Scandinavian indie folk duo My Bubba first met by chance whilst travelling in Copenhagen. Icelander Guðbjörg Tómasdóttir (also called Bubba) and Swede My Larsdotter made a decision to combine their wayfaring methods, and began documenting and performing jointly across Europe as well as the U.S. Originally functioning …

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Gareth Malone’s Voices

In 2013, English choir expert Gareth Malone made a decision to update the traditional choir genre by piecing together a modern version of the choral group. After looking the U.K. to discover the best skill he may find, Malone recruited 16 users aged 18 to 27. Getting into the studio …

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Moko

Merging the deep, rich vocal varieties of gospel and home music using the more radio-friendly track structures within R&B and indie electronica, London-based singer Moko quickly increased in 2013 because of her sole “Freeze.” Developing up a chapel singer in a residence full of spirit and gospel information, Moko fronted …

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The Poppy Girls

After a thorough musical talent search through the entire United Kingdom’s MILITARY, the Poppy Girls — made up of five singers: Charlotte Mellor, Bethany Davey, Alice Milburn, Megan Adams, and Florence Ransom — first found prominence if they auditioned and received the opportunity to perform prior to the Queen in …

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Starwalker

A collaboration between Jean-Benoît Dunckel and Bang Gang’s Bardi Jóhannsson, Starwalker shaped in the wake of Air’s hiatus following the release of 2012’s Le Voyage dans la Lune. The initial taste from the duo’s music found its way to late 2013 using the one “INCLEMENT WEATHER,” which performed like a …

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Minor Alps

The brainchild of Nada Browse frontman Matthew Caws and singer/songwriter and ex-Blake Baby Juliana Hatfield, Small Alps utilize elements from both from the veteran alt-rockers’ repertoires, serving up an evocative mixture of shimmering indie pop and autumnal electro-folk that lands somewhere within Junip, Bon Iver, and Dean + Britta. The …

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The Well Pennies

The Good Pennies certainly are a husband-and-wife folk-pop duo from LA. Bryan and Sarah Vanderpool 1st fulfilled in Boston, where that they had both been going after careers as single vocalist/songwriters and gigging at lots of the same night clubs. Their shared support blossomed into love and they quickly decided …

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