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The Growlers

Based from the Orange County city of Costa Mesa, Western Coast garage area rockers the Growlers evoke the psych pop sound of 1960s California using their signature mixture of reverb-laden browse rock and roll, country-folk, and classic rock and roll. Produced in 2006, the self-described “Seaside Goth” outfit experienced numerous …

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Avi Buffalo

Avigdor Zahner-Isenberg began composing songs as a higher college sophomore, using the name Avi Buffalo as his music alias. Within a year’s period, the Long Seaside native had come up with a full music group composed of drummer Sheridan Riley, bassist Arin Fazio, and keyboardist Rebecca Coleman. After playing many …

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Terry Knight & the Pack

Although he didn’t produce enduring music, Terry Knight holds a significant place in the annals of 1960s and early-’70s Michigan rock and roll as both a performer and a business owner. In the mid-to-late ’60s, frequently documenting using the Pack, he previously several big strikes in Michigan (and smaller sized …

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Hoffmaestro

Twelve-piece Swedish ska-punk outfit Hoffmaestro initial came onto the general public radar in 2005 if they wrote and directed the indie film Stockholm Boogie, that in addition they supplied the soundtrack. The film became a cult preferred and their tune “Desperado” was popular. With their mixture of ska, punk, nation, …

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Doremidan

The visual kei music group Doremidan were formed in Osaka on January 1, 2002, by members of varied small local acts. Originally a program music group, Doremidan mostly performed cover versions for any couple of months before determining to create their own materials. Their unusual combination of affects and isolation …

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Jon Bolden

Indie rocker and image developer Jon Bolden began writing and taking part in tunes while likely to college at Marietta University in Marietta, OH, a little town situated within the shores from the Ohio River. There wasn’t a lot of a music picture in Marietta, but this do small to …

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Django Django

Although this psychedelic art pop quartet formed in Dalston, London by the end of 2008, the bandmembers had met previously in the decade in the Edinburgh College of Artwork. Vocalist and guitarist Vinny Neff and drummer Dave Maclean performed their 1st impromptu East London live times with Duncan Marquiss of …

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Tom Trefethen

In the mid-’70s, engineer, songwriter, and musician Tom Trefethen began an extended association with soft rock-band Ambrosia, engineering their first three albums. The roots of this relationship can be tracked to the first ’60s when Trefethen and upcoming Ambrosia bassist Joe Puerta struck up a camaraderie, learning electric guitar and …

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Kathy McCord

Kathy McCord released a lone self-titled LP in 1970, the 1st launch from Creed Taylor’s CTI Information, and it had been a truly unusual and unique recording featuring a sort of folk-rock acidity jazz groove that later on made it an extremely sought-after rarity for enthusiasts. The record was documented …

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Michiyo Yagi

Because the middle of the 1980s, koto professional Michiyo Yagi continues to be active on the original and avant music scenes in her native Japan, European countries, and america. She actually is classically educated over the 21-string, 17-string, 18-string, and 13-string kotos aswell as on shamisen; when asked, she uses …

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