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Son of Dave

Boy of Dave makes music that fuses days gone by and today’s, as a guy in an antique suit using a harmonica shouts, stomps, and howls the blues but runs on the sampler to loop human being beatbox-style tempo patterns that provide his nation blues-influenced music the gritty groove of …

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10 City Run

San Antonio, TX-based nation band 10 Town Work earned a major-label agreement with Common South if they received the 2005 Dr. Pepper Tx Country Celebrity competition. With Hans Frank, the only real constant bandmember, on vocals, banjos, and keyboards, 10 Town Operate released their debut recording, Somethin’ Else, that was …

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DJ Jazzy Jeff

The accomplishments of DJ Jazzy Jeff, the Philadelphia-born Jeff Townes, predate and extend far beyond his multi-platinum, Grammy-winning relationship with Can Smith. Revered for his party-rocking abilities, which he begun to develop as a young child in his parents’ cellar, and known as a pioneer for his advancement of the …

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Vains of Jenna

The first music group signed to skateboarder, occasional musician, and Jackasser Bam Margera’s record label, Filthy Note, Vains of Jenna formed in early 2005 in the tiny Swedish town of Falkenberg, touring southern Europe as well as the U.K. through the springtime of the next year. Because of reviews that …

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Ghost Town DJ’s

Ghost City DJ’s featured Darryl “Demp” Andrews, Rodney “Kool Kollie” Terry, and Vickie “Boo” Washington. They made an appearance on So So Def Bass All-Stars, a compilation released in June 1996 which was come up with by Jermaine Dupri’s Columbia-affiliated label. “My Boo,” the group’s Miami bass-inspired contribution — a …

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Black Tie Revue

Produced in 2003 by Pittsburgh natives and friends Anthony Badamo and Ian Glinka, Dark Tie Revue acquired a number of lineup shifts (especially in the drumming department, where they noticed a minimum of five different players before they released their initial EP), although core lineup — singer/guitarist Badamo, bassist Matthew …

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Guilty Simpson

As opposed to his imposing presence and hard thug posture much like rappers like Bumpy Knuckles or Big Shug, Detroit rhyme-slayer Guilty Simpson 1st achieved exposure on records by eccentric left-field producers like Madlib, Dabrye, Four Tet, and something of his biggest admirers, Detroit’s personal J Dilla. His lyrics and …

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Kyle Park

Nation singer, songwriter, and manufacturer Kyle Park was created in 1985 in Austin, Tx and raised in Leander, Tx, simply north of Austin. He began playing electric guitar at age 14 and wrote his first melody by enough time he was 15. After graduating from Leander SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL, Park …

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Arthur & Yu

Seattle-based duo Arthur & Yu quickly became most favorite on the neighborhood and nationwide music scenes for his or her evocative, lightly psychedelic folk-rock tunes and wealthy but homey harmonies. Give Olsen was created and raised within the condition of Washington and experienced keep coming back there early in the …

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Islands

Following the breakup of experimental lo-fi indie rock-band the Unicorns, members Nicholas Thorburn (aka Nick Diamonds; vocals, electric guitar, key pad) and Jamie Thompson (aka J’aime Tambeur; drums) shaped Islands, which present the two even more centered on brighter creation and neo-psychedelic indie pop. Since developing in early 2005, the …

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