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La Dispute

Grand Rapids, Michigan-based post-hardcore music group La Dispute shaped in 2004, composed of cousins Jordan Dreyer and Brad Vander Lugt (on vocals and drums, respectively) with close friends Kevin Whittemore and Derek Sterenberg on guitars and Adam Kool on bass. The music group performed locally before launching debut EP Vancouver …

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Young Money

Young Money certainly are a rap group associated with Lil Wayne and the money Cash record label who made their industrial debut in ’09 2009 after many years of mixtape appearances. Led by Lil Wayne and pretty liquid in account, the group contains Drake, Jae Millz, Gudda Gudda, Mack Maine, …

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Agent Ribbons

Reconciling far-flung affects through the slinky vocals of Eartha Kitt towards the whimsical post-punk of Dolly Blend, Agent Ribbons makes it is tag with “Victorian punk,” a minimalist undertake garage pop using a nostalgic wink. Guitarist/vocalist Natalie Gordon co-founded the group in Sacramento, California in 2006 with drummer/vocalist Lauren Hess. …

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Kids

Before Johnny Depp launched his film career with a job in Wes Craven’s Headache on Elm Road, the Kentucky native had dreams to become a specialist musician. Depp shifted to Florida at a age and resolved with his family members in the beachside town of Miramar. He lowered out of …

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Hell on Wheels

Swedish indie pop group Hell in Wheels was shaped in 1994 in Stockholm by guitarist/vocalist Rickard Lindgren, bassist Åsa Sohlgren, and drummer Johan Risberg. Lindgren and Sohlgren was raised outside in one another in Oxelösund before Sohlgren fulfilled Risberg in 1991 — the tempo section later wedded — as well …

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Vulgaires Machins

French-Canadian punk rock and roll quartet Vulgaires Machins shaped in the past due ’90s in Montréal, Quebec. They released their indie debut, La Vie Est Belle, in 1996. It had been accompanied by 24-40 in 1998, Regarde le Monde in 2000, Aimer le Mal in 2002, the Crossing the Bridge/Passe …

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Dr. Ring-Ding

A singer who was simply on the forefront of Germany’s ska revival picture, Dr. Ring-Ding initial fell deeply in love with Jamaican music in 1987 when he became a member of the ska clothing Un Bosso & expire Ping Pongs. In 1992 he still left the group to create his …

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J. Ward

Rapper and chief executive of M-Squad Entertainment, J. Ward (aka Jay Ward) pursued a profession as a single designer in 2015 after some deaths and wellness scares shook up his perspective. Previously preferring a low-key, behind-the-scenes part, promoting performers on his label (just like the 7hunna Blocc Boyz team) and …

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Romeo

The son of hardcore Southern rap mogul Get good at P, Romeo enjoyed lots one R&B/rap hit along with his debut single, “My Baby,” released in 2001, when the rapper (then referred to as Lil’ Romeo) was only 11 years of age. “My Baby” emerged near topping Billboard’s all-inclusive Scorching …

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Rock

His gutter, rough-edged baritone and rugged raps instantly recognizable, Brooklyn MC Rock and roll (b. Jamal Bush), nicknamed the “Rockness Monstah,” was the preferred half of middle-‘90s rap duo Heltah Skeltah. As associates of bigger underground collective the TRAINING Clik, he and partner-in-rhyme Ruck, who later on became better referred …

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