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Vaguess

California-based songwriter Vinny Vaguess uses his band Vaguess as an outlet for his punchy, keyboard-laced garage punk songs on the subject of anxiety, frustration, life, and death, among additional topics. His tunes are noisy, hooky, and right to the point, hardly ever lasting greater than a minute or two, and …

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GoldLink

An MC who was simply lifted towards the majors because of a groundswell of support, Washington, D.C.’s GoldLink mixes forward-looking hip-hop, jittery indie rhythms, and large danceable beats that hark completely back again to the ’80s and D.C.’s go-go motion. Given birth to D’Anthony Carlos, he released his profession as …

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Roy Woods

Like mentor and fellow Toronto indigenous Drake, Roy Real wood$ pursues a moody and atmospheric fusion of R&B and rap and sometimes comes across like a sullen hedonist, though his strategy is less pop-oriented. Inside the span of 1 year, the vocalist, songwriter, and periodic rapper, created Denzel Spencer in …

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Bryson Tiller

Early approval from Timbaland and Drake boosted the career of Bryson Tiller, a modern R&B songwriter and singer — a self-termed “trap soul” artist who also raps — from Louisville, Kentucky. Tiller produced waves with SoundCloud uploads like “Don’t,” “Break Loaf of bread,” “Allow ‘Em Find out,” and “Sorry Not …

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Syvia

Brooklyn-based indie rock quartet Syvia started as the single project of Norwegian-American singer/songwriter Ruth Syvia Mirsky. Previously an associate from the Drums and What What Where, she struck from her very own in 2011 and documented her initial EP, the Nordic synth-pop Unloveable, with Simone Ghetti. For the follow-up, she …

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Pridjevi

As an Eastern Euro version of Brazilian psych-rock legends Os Mutantes, Croatia’s Pridjevi focus on kitchen-sink experimental retro-pop with components of Baroque pop, Tropicalia, acid rock and roll, and psych-blasted worldbeat. Produced on the lark with a trio of talented and flexible Croatian songwriters in Dino Santaleza, Ivana Picek, and …

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Elysia Crampton

Elysia Crampton is a transgender Bolivian-American electronic designer whose music is a surrealist, politically charged mixture of jarring examples and influences which range from cumbia to Southern rap/crunk to classical music. Given birth to near LA, she spent amount of time in numerous locations in america and Mexico, ultimately taking …

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Hælos

Hælos got their begin shrouded in secret, nonetheless it wasn’t intentional, they just didn’t possess a press image. The U.K. trio — Arthur Delaney, Lotti Benardout, and Dom Goldsmith — got simply released their initial video for “Dirt” in past due 2014 without fanfare or history information, catching the interest …

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Gilligan Moss

Gilligan Moss’ music includes a distinct design that attempts in order to avoid genre tropes. Moss provides defined his music ambiguously as “déance” or “garden-disco” and provides cited Talking Minds as a significant influence, predominantly because of their sense of tempo and character-based lyrics, the last mentioned which Moss provides …

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Creeping Pink

Writing its name using a colorful perennial bloom, Creeping Pink can be a self-described “tape glam” task by Landon Caldwell of California-based garage-psych group Burnt Ones. Originally located in Indianapolis, Caldwell started recording damaged digital psych-rock beneath the name Poor Magick, fast changing the task name to Creeping Green. Caldwell …

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