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Assalti Frontali

Assalti Frontali (Frontal Assault) were assembled in 1990 like a byproduct from the breakup of the well-known Roman music group, Onda Rossa Posse. The group discovered its house in the centro sociale picture, and especially around Rome’s Forte Prenestino. Assalti Frontali utilized the proceeds of a few of their self-produced, …

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Washer

Formed in the tail-end of 2013 in Brooklyn, Mike Quigley and Kieran McShane’s Washer quickly became a staple of the brand new York D.We.Y. scene using their make of skewed, lo-fi punk. In early 2014, the duo documented their debut EP in Quigley’s parents’ cellar in Long Isle. Produced and …

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Les Trois Accords

A Canadian rock-band that got its begin in 1997 when founding people Olivier Benoit and Simon Proulx met up, Les Trois Accords released their initial album, Gros Mammouth Record, in 2003. A luxurious edition of this record, Gros Mammouth Record Turbo, hit cabinets in 2004, and included two bonus paths …

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Beats For Beginners

Consider an ’80s synth plus drum machine bottom and best it using a little bit of psychedelia and common pop and you’re near to the sweet electronic audio of Is better than for Beginners, the Manchester, Britain group formed by leader Mike Television. After being uncovered by Mint Royale member …

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Stryker

Stryker is a radio character whose profession also encompasses tv and music. While referred to as merely Stryker, he’s also called Ted Stryker and was created Gary Sandorf on June 4, 1971, in LA, CA. His radio profession started at the School of Az, where he proved helpful at 92.1 …

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Maria José

María José is a Mexican pop singer who was simply an associate of the group Kabah before making her eponymous single album debut in 2007 and topping the graphs a few years later on with her smash strike “Zero Soy una Señora.” Blessed María José Loyola on January 12, 1976, …

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Tomi Swick

Canadian singer/songwriter Tom Swick spent his formative years in the commercial town of Hamilton, Ontario. A bagpiper since his early teenagers, Swick can be proficient on your guitar, piano, and drums. Expecting in order to avoid the metal mills, the budding musician started playing in rings in his past due …

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Taxi Girl

Taxi Female was formed in Paris in the later ’70s around Daniel Darc (vocals), Mirwais (electric guitar), Laurent Sinclair (keyboards), Stéphane Erard (bass), and Pierre Wolfsohn (drums). The music group played straight alongside such renowned works as Marquis de Sade in the French ’80s cult rings club. Mainly inspired by …

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Linda Williams

Vocalist and pianist Linda Williams, a local of NEW YORK, was a music movie director for Natalie Cole through the ‘70s and co-composed “La Costa,” from 1977’s Thankful. The music caught to such an degree that versions had been later documented by Ahmad Jamal and Philip Upchurch. In 1979, Williams …

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Leaf

A Utrecht-based acoustic-pop group formed in 2005, Leaf released their 1st album in 2007, entitled Life’s A Seaside. Associates Jeroen Blumers, Annemarie Brohm, Ocker Gevaerts, Tinus Konijnenburg, and Joni Scholten initial drew attention if they gained a competition sponsored with the paper Telegraaf. Their initial single, “Question Girl,” was a …

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