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Farmers Market

Norwegian ensemble Farmers Market play a variety of jazz, Bulgarian folk, bluegrass, pop, and rock. Produced in 1991 as the associates were all learning jazz on the Conservatory of Trondheim, Farmers Marketplace eventually still left their free of charge jazz root base behind for a far more eclectic, globe music …

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The Traps

This short-lived, heavy-drinking garage rock/trash rock trio existed for more than a year in the first 2000s in Providence, Rhode Island. Composed of a outrageous drummer and two guitarists, the Traps performed only briefly within their region, documenting a six-song CD-R and gigging with garage area bands that emerged through …

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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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LOURDS

Though LOURDS founding member, frontwoman, and namesake Lourds Street grew up taking part in classical violin and French horn, she wasn’t especially enamored with the guidelines from the music she was performing. As an adolescent she began a rock-band, playing the electrical violin, mandolin, and tempo guitar, aswell as dealing …

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J. Ward

Rapper and chief executive of M-Squad Entertainment, J. Ward (aka Jay Ward) pursued a profession as a single designer in 2015 after some deaths and wellness scares shook up his perspective. Previously preferring a low-key, behind-the-scenes part, promoting performers on his label (just like the 7hunna Blocc Boyz team) and …

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Hollis Brown

Named following the Bob Dylan song “The Ballad of Hollis Dark brown,” NY City-based Hollis Dark brown (a band, not really a person) perform a good, sparse, rocking version of classic rock and roll, with songs filled with melody, pop, country tinges, and an ever-present and moderate feel from the …

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Gaza

The sound of extremity described, Sodium Lake City’s Gaza performs an unstable mixture of metallic, sludge, and grindcore, that could perfectly be termed “progressive” because of its highly technical and innately unconventional approach. Introduced to simple mortals via 2006’s bludgeoning and audacious Metallic Knife debut I Don’t Treatment Where I …

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Jonny Two Bags

Whether he’s in Public Distortion or performing single, the musician given birth to as Johnny Wickersham performs beneath the pseudonym Jonny Two Bags. He released his solo profession in 2012, almost ten years after he became a member of Public Distortion and almost twenty years after he produced his professional …

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Redfoo

Redfoo could be most widely known as one fifty percent from the duo LMFAO, but his music profession started a long time before he began party-rocking with nephew Sky Blu. Blessed in LA, Stefan Kendal Gordy — the youngest kid of Motown creator Berry Gordy, Jr. — began his profession …

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The Wonderful Little Pecan Guys

Southeast Michigan’s the beautiful Little Pecan Men’ identities and whereabouts remained key throughout their short careers. They initial appeared in public areas in 1999 at several folk shows throughout the Ann Arbor region. The quintet dressed up in foam suits which were likely to resemble pecans and added dark brown …

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