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The Cordova Academy Glee Club

Following the breakup of punk-pop group Weston, former member James Alex formed the Cordova Academy Glee Club in Philadelphia. Made up of Alex, Matthew George, Philip Wayne, and Tag David, the group derives its audio from influences like the Pixies, Magnetic Areas, Superchunk, and Bloc Party. Following the launch of …

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Go: Audio

London-based pop/rock combo Go: Audio got started beneath the name the Vacancy, and had been quickly authorized to main label Epic. That offer, that was inked in middle-2007, resulted in the documenting and radio appearance from the band’s 1st single, Woodchuck, that was released to everyone as an EP. Proceed: …

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Title Fight

Produced in 2003 in Kingston, Pa, Title Fight acts as a throwback to the first days of emo and post-hardcore, merging a traveling, guitar-driven sound with stressed and gravelly hardcore vocals. The group in the beginning formed like a trio comprising Jamie Rhoden on acoustic guitar and vocals, aswell as …

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S*A*M & Sluggo

Using their songwriting skills and slick, compressed production style, Sam Hollander and Dave Katz — also called S*A*M & SLUGGO — played a significant role in emo’s history, transforming the genre from an underground phenomenon to a refined, mainstream brand in the first 2000s. Both also produced forays into various …

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Josephine Collective

Although seven members from the emo-pop band Josephine Collective have been in a variety of other musical outfits in the Johnson County, KS area for a couple of years before they solidified their lineup, the group officially began in 2006. Preferring to make use of their full titles, the hirsute …

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Glamour of the Kill

Influenced with the axe-wielding rock and roll of Megadeth, the screaming emo of Bullet for My Valentine, as well as the punk-pop of blink-182, Glamour from the Kill certainly are a four-piece metalcore group from York. Originally shaped as The Crimson Area Theory in 2003, business lead vocalist/bassist Davey Richmond …

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Kids in Glass Houses

Showing off a collective appreciate of Glassjaw and contacting Cardiff, South Wales house, alternative pop/rockers Babies in Glass Homes met up in 2003. The music group — made up of vocalist Aled Philips, guitarists Joel Fisher and Iain Mahanty, bassist Shay, and drummer Phil Jenkins — nearly immediately began garnering …

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Sparkadia

A Sydney, Australia-born (2004) music group, Sparkadia were originally the brainchild of vocalist Alex Burnett and drummer David Hall. The group ultimately extended its roster, adding Tiffany Preece on guitars and vocals and Nick Rabone on bass. In its start, the band captured the hearing of Ark Information, which authorized …

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Street to Nowhere

Oakland rock-band Road to Nowhere had originally formed during senior high school. After graduation, nevertheless, the bandmembers proceeded to go their separate methods, leaving vocalist/guitarist Dave Smallen to keep under the music group name, playing solo acoustic displays. He assembled a fresh lineup that included drummer Joey Bustos (ex-Link 80, …

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Man Alive

Starting in 1999, in Jerusalem, Israel, pop-punk trio Guy Alive traveled a difficult road before their first label discharge in 2005. Vocalist/guitarist Jamie Hilsden, guitarist David Shkedi, and bassist/vocalist Jon Shkedi plowed through the Israeli underground picture for a couple of years and increased to the very best from the …

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