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Lightweight derives their catchy rock sound from famous brands Rage Against the device, Pearl Jam, as well as the Smashing Pumpkins using the melodic flare of Gasoline and Collective Soul. Jointly, Possibility (vocals), Gus Ciceri (electric guitar), Brian Levy (drums), and Jeff Menke (bass) documented their debut record Secret Lifestyle …

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Da Bush Babees

MCs Babe-Face Kaos, Y-Tee, and Mister Guy was raised in the Western Indies (Y-Tee in Jamaica, Mister Guy and Kaos in Trinidad), thus reggae was a solid inspiration with their early years; hip-hop also numbers in, nevertheless. All transplanted New Yorkers, they created in 1992 when Mister Guy noticed Kaos …

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Jermaine Dupri

You start with breakout success in 1992 upon the discovery of teenage rappers Kris Kross, Jermaine Dupri became perhaps one of the most consistent and all-persuasive producers from the 1990s, creating practically the complete careers of several performers on his label, So So Def Recordings (including platinum entries want Xscape …

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July for Kings

Much like bands like Default, Third Eye Blind, and Familiar 48, July for Kings certainly are a melodic post-grunge and substitute pop/rock outfit whose major influences include Pearl Jam, Live, and Creed (with hints of U2 sometimes). Joe Hedges, July for Kings’ business lead singer, is actually well alert to …

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