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Emperor X

The brainchild of cosmic lo-fi Los Angeles-based indie folk artist/high-school science teacher Chad Matheny, Emperor X began its aural assault in the past due ’90s. Matheny’s quirky mixture of surreal, offbeat lyrics and haphazard plans combined with an innate pop sensibility 1st made an appearance in solid type in 1998 …

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Sweet Justice

While Lovely Justice might have started as a gathering of the thoughts between people of three notable punk rock and roll rings, musically the trio quickly evolved right into a group using the talent as well as the versatility to consider a variety of stylistic pathways. Lovely Justice was shaped …

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The Tough Alliance

Consisting of youth close friends Henning Fürst and Eric Berglund, Göthenburg duo the Rough Alliance — often described simply seeing that TTA — honed their particular mixture of pop, electronica, dub, and Caribbean affects through some EP and record releases in the locally based Program label (also house to Jens …

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Peter Evrard

Peter Evrard was created on Oct 19, 1974, in Vosselaar, Belgium. When he was 12 years of age, his mother dedicated suicide, forcing the son right into a premature adulthood. Music was a getaway and a comfort, as well as the stage became a therapeutic place for the budding musician/thespian. …

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Moneybrother

Originally a singer using the idiosyncratic Swedish soul-ska-punk rock-band Monster, Anders Wendin went solo in 2002, acquiring the relatively peculiar stage name of Moneybrother. Few could possess predicted the achievement that was to check out. His debut record, Blood Panic, marketed well and was panegyrically received by critics in Scandinavia, …

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The Avatars

Shaped in Ann Arbor, MI, in the planting season of 2003, the Avatars lost little time creating themselves among the popular and well-respected rings in the Detroit-area music scene. Playing straightforward rock and roll & roll filled with pop hooks, garage area rock and roll swagger, and an R&B undertow …

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The Allies

The Allies were among the first Seattle rings to truly have a video on MTV. The group earned among MTV’s Cellar Tapes contests, as well as the clip for “Emma Peel off,” a lovelorn homage to Diana Rigg’s personality in the Avengers Television series, provided the music group fleeting national …

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Bennie and the Swamp Gators

Who would want to look towards Southern California for just one of the latest Cajun/Zydeco rings in the country.That’s where you will discover Bennie as well as the Swamp Gators.Bennie Gibbs (vocals and guitars) as well as the music group have been jointly since 1994.Individuals who hear Bennie as well …

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Todd Clouser

Guitarist Todd Clouser is a forward-thinking and adventurous musician using a bent toward contemporary creative jazz and genre-bending varieties of improvised music. A Minneapolis indigenous, Clouser went to Berklee University of Music in Boston, and he toured as person in the rock-band 4 Letter Guy. Around 2006, Clouser relocated to …

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Lucius

Featuring a couple of appealing frontwomen in Berklee College of Music tone of voice majors Jess Wolfe and Holly Laessig, Brooklyn-based indie pop group Lucius also depend on the talents of drummer Dan Molad and guitarist Peter Lalish. Multi-instrumentalist Andrew Burri curved out the initial lineup. Demonstrating an evocative mixture …

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