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Banshee

Formed within the mid-80s by Tommy Lee Overflow (vocals), Terry Dunn (guitar), Expenses Westfall (bass) and Ken Burnham (drums), Banshee managed in musical territory somewhere within the New Influx Of British ROCK rings and American power-metal teams – replete with shrieking vocals and unneeded musical elaboration. Their debut for Roadrunner …

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Batteries

Electric batteries is a single automobile for Sci-Fi Steven (given birth to Steven Clark) of legendary Scottish indie punks bis. Created on the pumps of reissues of all band’s function to date, Electric batteries was an wall plug for tight, enthusiastic new influx/punk tunes with a far more intense, much …

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Late of the Pier

Located in Castle Donington and shaped by 16- and 17-year-olds in 2004, Past due from the Pier are an indie electro strap unique with their scene and one which is incredibly challenging to pinpoint. Organic but absolutely danceable, with tracks laced with filthy bass, synths, and gaming SFX, the most …

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Clor

The theory for South London’s electro-rock outfit Clor originated from Bad Bunny, a club night that singer Barry Dobbin and guitarist Luke Smith ran. Combined with the music they currently spun — which ranged from reggae to digital to pop — the duo wished to incorporate their personal music to …

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