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Julia Holter

Los Angeles-based composer/multi-instrumentalist Julia Holter blurs the limitations between indie music, contemporary structure, and electronic music in her own are well while her collaborations, such as use Nite Jewel’s Ramona Gonzalez and underground folk icon Linda Perhacs. Holter was raised inside a musically willing family members — her dad can …

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Crystal Antlers

Long Seaside, California’s Crystal Antlers started turning heads in 2008 using their recording debut, EP, a release that was made by Ikie Owens (known for his use the Mars Volta) and noted because of its mixture of psychedelic, garage area, and prog rock sounds. Jonny Bell (bass, vocals, woodwinds), Andrew …

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Little Teeth

Residing somewhere within noise-pop and freak folk, SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA trio Little Teeth produced in 2004, after drummer Ammo Eisu replied to a Craigslist publishing by vocalist/guitarist Dannie Murrie, who was simply searching for a “feminist rocker chick” to try out music with her. After shifting to California from …

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Chingalera

LA, California’s Chingalera is made up of Dave Gibney (acoustic guitar, vocals), Ben Shirley (bass) and Tommy Holt (drums), and their debut recording, 2007’s In the Darkness of the Dark Hand Tree, melds such disparate affects while the Melvins, Helmet, Device, and Dark Sabbath, right into a long-winded, slow-moving, even-slower-resolving, …

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Icy Demons

Began by Bablicon’s Griffin Rodriguez (aka Blue Hawaii) and Man Man’s Christopher Powell (aka Pow Pow), Icy Demons certainly are a genre-spanning hypno-rhythmic indie task borrowing heavily from electro, Krautrock, and prog rock and roll, specifically its Canterbury subgenre. Rodriguez requires bass and vocal responsibilities while Powell drums, and both …

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SBach

Spencer Seim, guitarist for Hella and drummer for the benefit, intermingles lo-fi Commodore 64 noises with frenzied, riff-heavy mathematics rock instrumentals seeing that his alter-ego, SBach. Utilizing a moniker produced from merging Mr. Spock and Sebastian Bach, a term he made in an effort to explain alien-sounding traditional music, Seim …

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Robert A.A. Lowe

A staple in the artwork and music community of Chicago, singer and multi-instrumentalist Robert A.A. Lowe (no regards to professional Rob Lowe) splits his period among a number of artwork rock and roll, freak folk, and quirky indie rock and roll projects. He became a member of up with the …

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Arkan

The coming together of seemingly disparate designs and cultures may be the backbone of what rock & roll is focused on, and nowhere is this more true than in the vast, ever-expanding world of metal. It is sometimes only a mash-up of designs within the bigger metal globe — thrash …

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Scars on Broadway

The Daron Malakian-led rock and metal project formed by the machine of a Straight down guitarist from then on band made a decision to take a protracted break following their Mezmerize and Hypnotize releases, Marks on Broadway found life in later 2005 and early 2006. Although some demos made an …

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Etienne Jaumet

Affiliated with a small number of different teams, especially Zombie Zombie, Etienne Jaumet is usually a People from france producer/multi-instrumentalist. Pursuing engagements in organizations like the Wedded Monk and Flóp, Jaumet created the duo Zombie Zombie with Cosmic Neman and released the Zombie Zombie 12″ EP on Boomboomtchak Information in …

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