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As a single artist, singer/songwriter Peter Walker mixed mellow pop music with alt-country flourishes. The L.A.-structured musician issued two single albums, 2004’s Landed and 2006’s Youthful Gravity, before enlisting assistance from bassist Tim Hutton and drummer Chris Reynolds to be able to play the materials live. The three shortly noticed …

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Peter Walker

Sketching comparisons to Wilco while showing off a tone of voice that’s occasionally much like Billy Corgan’s, singer/songwriter Peter Walker likes his indie rock and roll dipped in a wholesome layer of alt-country. On his initial record, the Los Angeles-based musician installed with users of Wilco and Beck’s music group …

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The coed members of Earlimart favor a midtempo method of their start-stop movements of experimental post-punk, dreamy indie pop, and folky undertones. Called after a little California city located between LA and Fresno, Earlimart’s unconventional songwriting framework drew early evaluations towards the Pixies, Sonic Youngsters, X, and Sparklehorse. This interest …

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Deleted Scenes

With influences spanning punk, post-rock, and Americana, Deleted Scenes is among the more eclectic bands to result from Washington, D.C. The group produced in 2005 when longtime close friends vocalist/guitarist Dan Scheuerman, guitarist/keyboardist Dominic Campanaro, and bassist/guitarist/vocalist Matt Dowling continuing playing together following the break up of their prior music …

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