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Blood Red Shoes

Brighton, England’s Bloodstream Red Shoes and boots features Laura-Mary Carter (vocals/electric guitar) and Steven Ansell (drums/vocals), two enthusiastic punk-inspired brawlers who all route the clamor of Yeah Yeah Yeahs, the Duke Heart, and Huggy Keep. Ansell, who performed with Kitty on Type, and Carter, a previous member of Female Muck, …

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Slow Club

Although hailed mainly because “another White colored Stripes” upon the discharge of their debut album, Slower Club folded components of folk, twee, and ‘60s pop to their music, developing a sound that was much brighter and less raucous compared to the Stripes’ garage area rock. Charles Watson and Rebecca Taylor …

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Harold Truscott

Harold Truscott was a little-known composer who, because of a combined mix of bad luck, doubtful profession decisions, and a tendency to keep many functions unfinished, seems more likely to remain obscure. Nevertheless, his music offers obtained a trickle of reputation because the 1990s, and information regarding his life possess …

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Ted Mulry Gang

b. 2 Sept 1951, Oldham, Lancashire, Britain, d. 1 Sept 2001, Sydney, Australia. Mulry emigrated to Australia in 1969 where he got a bulldozer traveling work in the NSW Primary Roads Division. His fascination with songwriting prompted him to record a demonstration tape, resulting in a recording agreement with Parlophone …

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Hamfatter

Three-piece indie music group Hamfatter are however to difficulty the graphs but very briefly became perhaps one of the most talked about rings in the U.K. after an appearance on the prime-time BBC Television show. After conference at Cambridge College or university, vocalist Eoin O’Mahony, guitarist Adam Ingram, and drummer …

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Soul Survivor

Less a music group when compared to a brand, the Uk Spirit Survivor corporation oversees several Christian music celebrations for teenagers, and is continuing to grow into a large global nervous about annual occasions in seven countries, numerous workshops and outreach applications, and a slew of recording releases alone label. …

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You Me at Six

British rock-band You Me at 6 produced their album debut in 2007 and increased to Best Five success this year 2010 using their second effort. Founded in 2004 in Weybridge, Surrey, the music group comprises Josh Franceschi (vocals), Maximum Helyer (acoustic guitar), Chris Miller (acoustic guitar), Matt Barnes (bass), and …

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Lennie Felix

b. 16 August 1920, London, Britain, d. 29 Dec 1980. Although Felix started his profession in the years instantly before World Battle II, it had been in the first post-war period that he became a recognised pianist in the London jazz membership picture. In the 50s he performed in the …

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Tim Laycock

b. 20 Feb 1952, Malmesbury, Wiltshire, Britain. At age four, Laycock’s family members shifted to Fontwell Magna, Dorset, and he later on became thinking about folk music through learning acoustic guitar chords from college friends. Leaving college in 1970, Laycock visited the College or university of East Anglia in Norwich, …

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My Sad Captains

London indie rock and roll act My Sad Captains formed in ’09 2009, composed of guitarist/sonic manipulator Nick Goss, vocalist/guitarist Ed Wallis, bassist Dan Davis, and drummer/vocalist Jim Wallis. The bandmembers got their name from a range within a poem from Thom Gunn and cultivated a hypnotic, pulsing indie rock …

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