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Wah!

Wah!, and its own amount of incarnations, was a car for Liverpool post-punk enigma Pete Wylie. Whether seen as a prolific genius or like a blowhard lunatic without quality control, there is no denying the larger-than-life Wylie was a steamroller of the character who do everything his method to the …

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Arcade Fire

A combined mix of indie rock and roll muscle tissue and theatrical, unapologetic bombast turned Arcade Open fire into indie royalty in the first 2000s. Originally made up of Régine Chassagne, Richard Parry, Tim Kingsbury, and brothers William and Get Butler, the group shaped during the summer season of 2003, …

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For Against

Nebraska’s lone desire pop access, For Against initially contains bassist and vocalist Jeffrey Runnings, guitarist Harry Dingman, and drummer Greg Hill. Dingman and Hill remaining after 1988’s Dec to create the Millions, plus they had been eventually changed by Steven “Mave” Hinrichs and Paul Engelhard after another lineup didn’t workout. …

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Eden

We were young in Melbourne, Australia through the ’80s, Sean Bowley paid attention to ’60s psychedelic rock and roll and gradually grew thinking about neo-psychedelics like Echo & the Bunnymen along with other British indie rings. He formed EVERYTHING Unseen with three close friends, but from then on band split …

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Favourite Sons

Regardless of the Anglicized spelling of the name, the Favourite Sons certainly are a Brooklyn-based band. Fine, vocalist Ken Griffin is in fact Irish, and all of those other band offers its roots within the Philadelphia space rock and roll scene from the past due ’90s, but their current incarnation …

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Bauhaus

Bauhaus will be the founding fathers of goth rock and roll, developing a minimalistic, overbearingly gloomy design of post-punk rock and roll driven by jagged electric guitar chords and cool, distant synthesizers. Throughout their short career, the music group explored all of the variations on the bleak musical concepts, adding …

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Echo & the Bunnymen

Echo & the Bunnymen’s dark, swirling fusion of gloomy post-punk and Doors-inspired psychedelia brought the group a small number of Uk hits in the first ’80s, while attracting a cult pursuing in america. The Bunnymen grew from the Essential Three, a past due-’70s trio offering vocalist Ian McCulloch, Pete Wylie, …

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Electrafixion

Guitarist Can Sergeant and vocalist Ian McCulloch formed Echo & the Bunnymen with bassist Les Pattinson in Liverpool in 1978. The group afterwards changed a drum machine with Trinidad-native Pete de Freitas, and became perhaps one of the most essential British indie rings from the ’80s. Ian McCulloch still left …

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Patrick Wolf

Violinist/vocalist/songwriter Patrick Wolf began tinkering with audio at age 11. While his peers had been discovering the frivolity of youngsters, the precocious preteen was dabbling in four-track documenting, ultimately building an arsenal of musical instruments that included junk-shop organs along with a home-built theremin. At age 14 he became a …

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World Leader Pretend

New Orleans’ Globe Innovator Pretend features Keith Ferguson (vocals/acoustic guitar/keyboards), Parker Hutchinson (keyboards), Matt Martin (acoustic guitar), Arthur Mintz (drums), and Alex Smith (bass). The ambitious quintet, which cites R.E.M. (they admittedly took their music group name from the R.E.M. track of the same name), Radiohead, as well as the …

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