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Vessels

British indie digital band Vessels shaped in 2005 once they reshuffled the lineup of their earlier outfit, with Lee J. Malcolm (guitars, laptop computer, and vocals), Tom Evans (acoustic guitar, vocals), Martin Teff (bass, synth), and drummer Tim Mitchell completing the group. While an integral part of the Leeds-based band’s …

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Asakusa Jinta

Experimental performance artists/preservation band Asakusa Jinta take their name and inspiration through the Tokyo historical district where jintas (roving Japanese street bands) once loaded the streets. The band’s combination of punk, ska, golf swing, and march music (performed from the seven-piece clothing including accordion, standup bass, horns, and tempo section) …

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Chandeliers

Placing a danceable twist on art rock and roll, Krautrock, and avant-garde affects, Chandeliers’ kaleidoscopic electronic jams are artful yet accessible. Jointly the quartet of Cameron Brand, Chris Kalis, Harry Brenner, and Scott McGaughey used adventurous indie rock and roll rings like Icy Demons, Killer Whales, and Michael Columbia and …

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Jealkb

For a music group comprised entirely of comedians, Tokyo visual kei act Jealkb had a surprisingly dark and serious picture and shade, but their classy pop/rock and roll songwriting catapulted them in to the graphs and landed them a major-label offer. However, they established themselves an difficult task using their …

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Padma Newsome

Australian indigenous Padma Newsome can be an avant-leaning arranger/composer and multi-instrumentalist (violin, viola, and vocals) and a founding person in the experimental chamber ensemble the Clogs. Originally having examined music on the School of Adelaide in Australia, Newsome also gained many master’s level levels from Yale School while he was …

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The Bear Quartet

With a forward thinking design of clear, sophisticated pop that started in the tiny tundra town of Lulea, Sweden, The Bear Quartet’s original fall into line of Matti Alkberg (guitar and vocals), Jari Haapalainen (guitar), Peter Nuottaniemi (bass), Johan Forsling (guitar) and Magnus Olsson (drums) officially began in 1989. Nonetheless …

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Marina and the Diamonds

Marina as well as the Diamonds, actually just Marina Diamandis, was created in 1986 to Welsh and Greek parents, although she’s often claimed to become from Old Greece. After falling out of four different music classes at four different colleges, she made a decision to make her very own method …

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Scott Fagan

Best known seeing that the maestro at the rear of the obscure 1967 psych-folk LP South Atlantic Blues as well as the 1971 Broadway rock and roll musical Soon, vocalist/songwriter Scott Fagan can be the daddy of Magnetic Areas mastermind Stephin Merritt. Given birth to in NY in 1945 to …

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Twi the Humble Feather

The ambitious acoustic trio Twi the Humble Feather (pronounced twy, not twee) help to make a hypnotic swirl of indie pop and lo-fi folk. Filled up with vocal rounds, staccato fingerpicking, droning bells, and handmade percussion, the group generally draws evaluations to Pet Collective. Anthony Lebron, a classically qualified guitarist, …

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Blue Roses

Blue Roses (aka Yorkshire singer/songwriter Laura Groves) began composing songs at age 17. Groves is definitely skillful on both acoustic guitar and piano, and her liquid vocals, dreamlike imagery, and serpentine melodies possess drawn evaluations to everyone from venerated songstresses Joni Mitchell and Kate Bush to extremely lauded contemporaries like …

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