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Tom Brosseau

Grand Forks, North Dakota indigenous Tom Brosseau was raised with music, hearing Marty Robbins, Bob Dylan, Pablo Casals, and Business lead Belly, having a bluegrass-playing grandmother who taught him your guitar along with a grandfather who had a music group and a big record collection. After graduating from the University …

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Nick Castro

An associate of the brand new millennium’s flock of psychedelic folk revivalists, L.A.’s Nick Castro surrounds himself using a changing lineup of music artists for every expansive, eccentric outing, although he began practically single on his debut, A Spy inside your home of God. As Castro’s support band has transformed, …

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Daniel Higgs

With the looks of the heavily bearded tattooed prophet, Daniel Higgs emerged through the early-’80s Baltimore/D.C. hardcore punk picture as an underground icon using a near-mythological position. He sharpened his tooth within the music picture being a wild-eyed vocalist within the renowned Baltimore hardcore group Reptile Home. Making a dark …

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Holly Throsby

A singer/songwriter from Australia whose basic but eloquent vocal design and elegant, deeply personal lyrics possess produced her a cult heroine in the home and overseas, Holly Throsby was created and raised in Sydney, where her mom was an announcer for just one of the country’s leading radio retailers for …

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Charles Burst

The former drummer of beloved NY indie rock act the Occasion, Charles Burst switched to a far more upfront role from then on band’s split up, dealing with piano and songwriting duties inside a band that shared his name. Without too far taken off his previous band’s audio, Charles Burst …

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Nat Baldwin

Bassist Nat Baldwin started his musical job concentrating on improvisation and expanded technique playing. The origins of his music noticed him running using the East Coastline picture of improvisers that included several Wesleyan College or university improvisers who researched with Anthony Braxton, and he collaborated with performers like Lavender, Jessica …

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Diane Cluck

Pennsylvania-born songwriter Diane Cluck began playing her very own songs within the burgeoning NEW YORK “anti-folk” scene in 2000. Together with like-minded performers like Kimya Dawson and Regina Spektor, Cluck was a normal fixture on the Sidewalk Cafe, a hub for the freakier folk noises happening at that time. Ever …

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The Skygreen Leopards

Pastoral folk-pop duo the Skygreen Leopards shaped in 2001 in California. Bandmates Glenn Donaldson (Thuja, Blithe Sons, Ivytree, and co-founder from the Bay region experimental folk label Jewelled Antler), and Donovan Quinn (Verdure) released their initial assortment of improv folk music — a few of which were documented outdoors, with …

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Songs of Green Pheasant

Duncan Sumpner, a instructor from Oughtibridge in Sheffield, documented a tape filled with acoustic demos in 2002 and delivered them away to NOUVEAU RICHE BUSINESSMAN Records. Persons in the label declare that they adored the music but in the beginning had trouble producing connection with Sumpner; after they do, they …

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Devendra Banhart

We were young in Caracas, Venezuela and LA, Devendra Banhart was always playing music and sketching. Nonetheless it wasn’t until his short stay on the San Francisco Artwork Institute how the disciplines became his continuous companions. Using the encouragement of poet and SFAI teacher Expenses Berskon, Banhart started experimenting with …

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