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Oh No Ono

Seen as a frontman Malthe Fischer’s piercing falsetto, explosive hairdos (something similar to a cross between your Strokes and Yahoo Serious), and a magpie-like penchant for everything shiny (slick synthesizer bursts, glossy production prices, and a variety of computerized samples), Oh Zero Ono garnered a significant following within their native …

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Balancing Act

Offering bassists Matthew Henninger and Cameron McLaughlin, Michigan-based six-piece ensemble Balancing Work play a natural combination of funk, neo-soul, and groove jazz. Also showcasing the skills of guitarist Gjergji “George” Theka, drummer/vocalist Jonathan Ovalle, organist Joshua Shilling, and vocalists Madeline Davis and Angel Relationship, Balancing Take action released their self-titled …

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Aya Kamiki

After silently releasing several singles under a stage name in 2005, Osaka songstress Aya Kamiki joined the successful Giza studio, quickly catapulting herself in to the forefront from the J-Pop world with an especially strong voice, used simply because accentuation throughout her first singles, “Conversation Break” and “Pierrot.” Located in …

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Dayve Hawk

While Davye Hawk’s otherworldly and anachronistic electronic compositions seemingly cover behind such utilitarian monikers as Weird Tapes, Memory space Tapes, and Memory space Cassette, the onetime frontman for Philly indie rockers Hail Social statements to be not willfully anonymous. When Hawk was still a teenager, his compositions captured the hearing …

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L’Ensemble Rayé

L’Ensemble Rayé can be a quirky and generally lighthearted music group with root base in the Western european avant-prog scene from the ’70s and ’80s, including such groups seeing that Henry Cow, Samla Mammas Manna, and Picchio Dal Pozzo. Switzerland’s primary contribution to the innovative picture was the music group …

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Blackberry Smoke

Building for the Lynyrd Skynyrd Southern rock and roll template with an excellent dosage of outlaw honky tonk nation and a small amount of bluegrass, gospel, and R&B combined in, Blackberry Smoke cigarettes (singer/guitarist Charlie Starr, guitarist/singer Paul Jackson, bassist/singer Richard Turner, keyboardist Brandon Continue to, and drummer Brit Turner) …

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Emii

Pop vocalist Emii makes dance-oriented, R&B-influenced golf club music. Created Emily Rose Morrison in Pittsburgh, Pa in 1990, Emii was raised in Youngstown, Ohio where she obtained early performance encounter doing community theatre. After senior high school, Emii relocated to NEW YORK where she pursued a music profession. Collaborating with …

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Social Code

Created in 1999 by high-school friends Travis Nesbitt (vocals) and Logan Jacobs (bass), the Canadian alternative rock act Sociable Code initially managed beneath the name 5th Time of year. The group released Patiently Waiting around in 2001 before changing to its present name, the bandmembers recognizing that they distributed their …

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O Pioneers!!!

The crashing post-hardcore of O Pioneers!!! resulted in the group of Eric Solomon (electric guitar/vocals) and Jeff Groban (drums), whose eager energy and passion evidently deserved a minimum of three exclamation factors. The duo’s music was similar to early WARM WATER Music and Against Me! crossed jointly, as well as …

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Rock Plaza Central

Although Toronto novelist Chris Eaton performed being a solo artist in the later ’90s and early 2000s beneath the name Rock and roll Plaza Central (occasionally with a variety of backing musicians), it wasn’t until 2003 that Rock and roll Plaza Central became a genuine band, recruiting Rob Carson (guitar, …

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