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Big Mama

A South Korean all-girl pop vocal group, Big Mama stood in addition to the remaining K-Pop picture (aswell as taking motivation for his or her name) because of the fact that they didn’t comply with the rigid physical (appearance and excess weight, apparently) specs of the normal — woman — …

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Candi Carpenter

A nation singer and songwriter with a solid voice and an even of encounter that belies her age, Candi Carpenter was created in Toledo, Ohio and was raised in Lansing, Michigan. Carpenter was raised inside a musical family members, and she started acquiring music lessons at age six, understanding how …

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Mexicans with Guns

The productions and remixes of Mexicans with Weapons — an alias of San Antonio, TX-based polyglot Ernest Gonzales — fall somewhere within post-dubstep and experimental hip-hop, pitting deep bass probes and insolent percussion against combinations of piercing noise detritus and cut-up vocal samples. MwG’s debut was a 2008 remix from …

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Vado

An affiliate marketer of Cam’ron and his Dipset staff, Harlem rapper Vado kicked away his career as Movado, but changed his name in order to avoid any confusion using the reggae musician. Declaring it as an acronym that stood for “Assault and Drugs Just,” Vado first documented with Jae Millz …

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David A. Jaycock

A talented British multi-instrumentalist and songwriter, Manchester-based David A. Jaycock’s persuasive mixture of pastoral, guitar-led British folk and shape-shifting experimental space rock and roll invokes titles like John Fahey, Incredible String Music group, Bert Jansch, Six Organs of Admittance, and Wayne Yorkston. A dynamic person in the freak folk collective …

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Lord Newborn & the Magic Skulls

The project of three producer/musicians, Cash Tag, Shawn Lee, and Tommy Guerrero, Lord Newborn & the Magic Skulls aren’t an organization in the frequently accepted sense of the term, but are even more of a collaborative studio configuration. Functioning at Cash Mark’s L.A.-structured studio in 2008, the trio come up …

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Santigold

The stage name of singer/songwriter/producer Santi White, Santigold fuses punk, reggae, grime, and indie rock with electro. Originally dubbing herself Santogold — a nickname directed at her by close friends — her varied musical background is usually shown in acclaimed albums and singles including 2008’s Santogold and “L.E.S. Artistes.” Given …

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Sam Champion

Named after a favorite local weatherman, NEW YORK indie rock and roll quartet Sam Champ focus on mid-tempo guitar rock and roll that provides to brain Pavement, Paul Westerberg, and Lou Reed. Made up of guitarist/vocalist Noah Chernin, drummer/vocalist Ryan Thornton, bassist/vocalist Jack port Dolgen, and guitarist/vocalist Sean Sullivan, the …

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Shannon O’Connor

Vocalist/songwriter Shannon O’Connor developed a pastime in music as a kid developing up in Pittsburgh, but became a skill pupil at Parsons College of Style in NEW YORK. An ardent environmentalist, she still left Parsons to visit the country learning using the Audobon Expedition Institute, and came across folk music …

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Ray Scott

In the 1970s, country music was hijacked by rebel artists who decided it had been time to accomplish things their own way. “Damn the establishment” was the fight cry for men like Waylon Jennings and Hank Williams, Jr.. For these performers, music was greater than a item, more than simply …

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