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Yum-Yum

Yum-Yum was the short-lived task of Chris Holmes, a Chicago-based multi-instrumentalist who all experimented in a number of musical styles without ever settling for or excelling in virtually any of them. Ahead of developing Yum-Yum, which he was the just continuous member, Holmes have been the primary songwriter for Sabalon …

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Felix

Nottingham, Britain’s spare however evocative chamber-pop group Felix features classically qualified vocalist/cellist/pianist Lucinda Chua and guitarist Chris Summerlin. Chua can be a touring person in Stars from the Cover and a specialist professional photographer, while Summerlin also performs using the music group Lords. Chua documented many self-released CD-Rs’ worthy of …

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God Help the Girl

Essentially Belle & Sebastian leader Stuart Murdoch, the others of B&S, and a phalanx of female muse-singers (but mainly obscure Irish vocalist Catherine Ireton), God Help the lady is among the odder “side projects” (if it could even be referred to as such). Created in 2008 to produce music for …

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Alexander Von Mehren

Norwegian songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist Alexander Von Mehren was created in 1984 and was raised studying traditional piano. By his teenage years he had been writing music and learning how exactly to play various equipment. While enrolled on the School of Bergen within a second-language linguistics plan, Von Mehren started …

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Musée Mécanique

Called after a seaside museum in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, Musée Mécanique mixes pianos, guitars, synthesizers, and vintage tools into a exclusive chamber pop sound. Founding people Micah Rabwin and Sean Ogilvie had been elevated in California, where they drew impact through the museum’s vintage charm. Implementing the name Musée …

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Brent Cash

Athens, GA-based vocalist/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Brent Money began his music career being a drummer (conquering the skins for such diverse serves as Television Hype as well as the Mike Guthrie Music group). Drumming might have been his issue at that time but, behind the moments, Cash was cooking food up some sunlight …

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Starling Electric

Michigan-based psychedelic/chamber/space/pop/rock giants Starling Electrical originated as the recording project of singer/songwriter Caleb Dillon. A multi-instrumentalist and avid house recordist, the Traverse Town indigenous channeled his like of melodic ’60s and ’70s pop and artwork rock right into a prosperity of materials, around which coalesced the original lineup of drummer …

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The Fairline Parkway

The Fairline Parkway is made up of multi-instrumentalists Zach Okun and Raj Gadhia. The duo released their debut, self-titled record on Lazyline Press in fall 2002. Later on, they parted organization, with Okun shifting to Arizona, after that to Portland, OR, where he worked well as a studio room engineer …

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Botticellis

Hailing through the beachside city of SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, the Botticellis combine pop-based songcraft with dreamy guitars, analog production methods, and a nostalgic like for browsing. Founders Zack Ehrlich and Alexi Glickman had been elevated in Southern California, where they released a songwriting collaboration in middle college and often …

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Serpentina

Shaped in 2000 being a single outlet for singer/songwriter Paco Tamarit, Spanish indie pop outfit Serpentina build melodic, complex, neo-psychedelic indie pop nuggets in the vein of Chad & Jeremy, the Essex Green, Parade, and Louis Philippe. In 2002 Paco was became a member of by sister María Tamarit, officially …

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