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Solar Bears

John Kowalski and Rian Trench constitute Solar Bears, an Irish electronic music duo heavily inspired by film ratings and research fiction. Utilizing a variety of digital and acoustic musical instruments, their eclectic compositions range between pastoral downtempo meditations to guitar-driven neo-disco and indie pop tracks. The duo shaped in ’09 …

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Ensemble Economique

California-based experimental musician Brian Pyle (also of Starving Weirdos and RV Paintings) uses the name Ensemble Economique for his single ventures, starting from dark, Shamanic drone to mystical, echo-heavy psych rock to shadow-dwelling goth/darkwave. He initiated the task with On the Feet of Nameless Streets, an record of clattering, sometimes …

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BARB

Something of the supergroup of second-generation New Zealand rock and roll celebrities and their pals, BARB is made up of Liam Finn, Eliza-Jane Barnes, Lawrence Arabia, Seamus Ebbs and Connan Mockasin. Finn and Barnes — the boy of Break up Enz/Crowded Home’s Neil and girl of Jimmy, respectively — got …

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Cours Lapin

Produced in the past due 2000s throughout the talents of Danish film rating composers Asger Baden (keyboards), Louise Alenius (vocals), Peder (keyboards/producer), and Jonas Struck (guitar), Cours Lapin focus on atmospheric, silver precious metal screen-inspired pop shipped in the People from france chanson tradition. Moody, intimate, brooding, and fueled by …

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No Joy

The doomy shoegaze music group No Pleasure began in November 2009, when guitarist/vocalist Jasamine White-Gluz was surviving in LA and guitarist/vocalist Laura Lloyd was surviving in Montreal. The set wrote music as long-distance collaborators until White-Gluz transferred to Montreal plus they could play displays together. Among their initial gigs was …

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Dunes

Balancing fantasy pop’s swirling atmospheres with taut post-punk minimalism, Los Angeles’ Dunes features vocalist/guitarist Stephanie Chan, baritone guitarist/bassist Tag Greshowak, and drummer/vocalist Kate Hall. Chan also used the Austin rings Finally Punk as well as the Carrots, Greshowak was an associate of Seattle’s Talbot Tagora, and Hall was the drummer …

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Laura Welsh

Vocalist/songwriter Laura Welsh first appeared in the Uk music picture fronting Laura & the Tears, an amiable retro-rock indie combo who all released one EP called Like Live On! in ’09 2009. When the music group begun to drift aside, the Staffordshire indigenous relocated to London and spent a calendar …

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Brandt Brauer Frick

The Berlin-based Brandt Brauer Frick (Daniel Brandt, Jan Brauer, and Paul Frick) produce what they call “emotional body music,” or trim techno with supple and primarily acoustic instrumentation. They debuted in ’09 2009 using the 12″ singles “Wallah” and “Iron Guy,” released respectively on the fitness center and Tartelet; at …

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S. Carey

Wisconsin local Sean Carey honed his considerable chops (he includes a overall performance level in classical percussion) as the drummer and pianist for Eau Claire-based indie pop feelings Bon Iver. Conceived and made up on the highway and carried out during tour breaks, Carey’s 1st solo outing beneath the moniker …

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The Young Sinclairs

Most modern-day garage area rock bands try to audio as really difficult and frantic as is possible, however the Young Sinclairs, a combo from Roanoke, Virginia, certainly are a ’60s-influenced group who’ve sworn allegiance towards the jangly audio of common folk-rock and the first stirrings of what would become psychedelia. …

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