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Spikedrivers

Mid-sixties Detroit psych-popsters the Spikedrivers were fronted by Ted Lucas, previously recognized to neighborhood audiences as a respected light from the Electric motor Town folk music picture. Also including Richard Keelan and Joel Myerson, the Spikedrivers debuted in 1966 using the one “ABOUT TIME; ” originally documented for the Om …

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Tinkara Kovač

Flute-playing folk-rocker Tinkara Kovač had been an established skill with no less than eight studio room albums in her belt when, in 2014, on her behalf 4th attempt, she finally earned the proper to represent Slovenia in the Eurovision Song Contest. Debuting in 1997, her large, folk-tinged pop-rock highly appealed …

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Andrew Hozier-Byrne

A distinctive and intelligent singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist who cites Wayne Joyce’s Portrait of the Artist as a Guy, Leonard Cohen, John Lee Hooker, and community choral singing among his affects, Hozier (his stage and performing name) was created Andrew Hozier-Byrne about March 17, 1990 (which simply so been St. …

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Aquariana

Affiliated with Dad Yod’s mid-’70s cult/commune of health food pioneers and psychedelic improvisers, Aquariana joined up with the family as an adolescent. She proved helpful at Yod’s cafe THE FOUNDATION, became one of is own 13 “wives,” and added backup vocals to shows and recordings from Ya Ho Wa 13 …

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Melody Pool

An Australian singer and songwriter whose tracks are in the melodic pop-folk confessional vein of California songwriters Joni Mitchell and Jackson Browne, Melody Pool grew up in Kurri Kurri, New South Wales. She crowd-funded her separately released debut record, The Hurting Picture, which was documented in Nashville with manufacturers Jace …

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Hot Knives

Hot Kitchen knives was a music group with an extraordinary pedigree and a lot of talent which inturn was in the proper place at the incorrect time — using enthusiastic and tuneful power pop and folk-rock using a faint psychedelic undertow, the group must have been correct at home in …

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The Redettes

Located in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula (and called following the Marquette HIGH SCHOOL women’s groups), the Redettes certainly are a trio shaped by folk troubadour Sycamore Smith. Seeking to get to using a music group after plying his trade single, the previous Muldoon’s frontman recruited Matt Bullock and Jesse DeCaire to …

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5’Nizza

5’Nizza had been a Ukrainian duo whose minimal acoustic audio combined components of reggae, hip-hop, spirit, folk-rock, and Latin music. The duo, whose moniker means “Fri” in Russian, shaped in 2000 in Kharkov, and contains guitarist Sergey Babkin and vocalist Andrey “Sunlight” Zaporozhets. Their easygoing, laid-back music presented sung and …

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The Last Hurrah!!

THE FINAL Hurrah!! can be an worldwide pop/rock task whose constantly growing lineup creates noises drawing heavily from your music from the ’60s and early ’70s. The task was assembled this year 2010 by effective veteran maker and multi-instrumentalist Horsepower Gundersen (Sondra Lerche, Madrugada, Ane Brun, Tim Rose). He became …

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Jim Sullivan

Vocalist, songwriter, and guitarist Jim Sullivan just released two albums, a single in 1969 another in 1972, but neither marketed well, although his skill was obvious, and it’s easy to assume that he’d have eventually experienced a commercial discovery had he not mysteriously vanished in New Mexico in 1975, a …

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