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Alex Izenberg

Alex Izenberg is a Los Angeles-based singer and songwriter whose 21st hundred years chamber pop is colored by classic Baroque pop and a whimsical flair. Five years in the producing with small paper path as he worked well under pseudonyms, his debut recording was co-produced with Ari Balouzian (Tobias Jesso, …

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Pavo Pavo

Brooklyn quintet Pavo Pavo 1st stared building music together if they were their studies at Yale. Originally getting started as Plume Large, the group transformed their name to Pavo Pavo after a southern constellation from the same name, this means “peacock” in Latin. The name switch was relatively indicative of …

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Warehouse

Atlanta-based quintet Warehouse pits melodic elements from close by Athens’ college rock heyday (B-52’s, R.E.M.) against an artful post-punk strategy. Behind the ragged vocals of vocalist Elaine Edenfield will be the firmly wound plans of guitarists Alex Bailey and Ben Jackson, bassist Josh Hughes, and drummer Doug Bleichner. After a …

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ESP Ohio

Among the seemingly endless quantity of saving tasks launched by Guided by Voices innovator Robert Pollard, ESP Ohio reunites him with one of is own most distinguished collaborators, guitarist Doug Gillard. An Ohio indigenous like Pollard, Gillard experienced performed in the glam-influenced punk music group Loss of life of Samantha …

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Sneaks

Sneaks may be the minimalist post-punk task of Washington, D.C.-structured musician Eva Moolchan. A wondering and strangely witty mixture of chanted or spoken phrase vocals more than a sparse bed of lo-fi bass and drum machine, Moolchan released her debut LP, the short but effective Gymnastics, in 2015. Lauded by …

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Rob $tone

Californian rapper Rob $tone broke in to the hip-hop mainstream along with his viral hit “Chill Bill.” Created Jaylen Robinson in NORTH PARK, $tone released the monitor — which also presented J. Davis and Spooks more than a Purp Dogg creation — in 2014. It made an appearance on his …

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Vanishing Twin

Experimental United kingdom pop ensemble Vanishing Twin are led by London-based musician Cathy Lucas (Fanfarlo, My Unhappy Captains). Previously functioning beneath the name Orlando, Lucas designed uncommon electronic-based compositions and conceptual parts which were released over some cassettes before developing Vanishing Twin in 2015. Enlisting collaborators Valentina Magaletti, Phil M.F.U., …

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Sam Evian

Sam Evian is a functionality alias of Sam Griffin Owens, a fresh York-based vocalist, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist with an love for the mellower noises from the ’60s and ’70s. Also a studio room multitasker, he helped to construct the Body 8 Documenting Studios in Brooklyn, and his understanding for vintage …

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Chino Amobi

Virginia-based producer Chino Amobi is among the co-founders of NON World-wide, a collective of experimental artists from the African diaspora. Amobi’s function is an extreme, politically billed collision of styles including grime, dark ambient, commercial, and spoken phrase, laced with gunshots, sonic booms, and various other unsettling sounds. Amobi was …

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Gene & Eddie

Gene & Eddie were an R&B vocal duo from Sterling silver Spring, Maryland who have fell lacking nationwide popularity, but enjoyed regional achievement in the mid-’60s and afterwards developed a following among enthusiasts of classic spirit rarities. Gene & Eddie had been Eugene Alton Dorsett and Eddie Greatest, Jr., a …

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