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PANTyRAID

PANTyRAID’s Josh Mayer (Ooah from Glitch Mob) and Martin Folb (Martyparty) formed their EDM duo in 2008, taking affects from Ibiza, People from france home, dubstep, and hyphy hip-hop. The Western Coast suppliers teamed up with the goal of making dance tunes that taken notice of song structure instead of …

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Boogie Boarder

Experimental noise rock trio Boogie Boarder (bassist Willie Miesmer, drummer Cyrus Lubin, and keyboardist Paul Gladstone) were shaped within a ceramics glaze room in 2004 at school in upstate NY. A D.We.Y. 2006 discharge with hand-printed addresses titled What Traveling Waves IS FOCUSED ON collected home-recorded periods and was released …

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São Paulo Underground

Cornetist Rob Mazurek garnered wide interest after moving former his hard bop root base and learning to be a guiding drive in Chicago avant jazz with various Chicago Underground lineups in the ’90s, also exploring post-rock, electronica, and more even though adding Tortoise and Isotope 217 to his réamounté. He …

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Hermitude

As Hermitude, multi-instrumentalists Luke Dubs and Un Gusto (aka Angus Stuart) are an award-winning digital creation duo. The set were in rings together from an extremely early age — 16 and 11, respectively. Their first genuine band, Funk Shots (following guideline that funk rings must have the term “funk” appearing …

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Broder Daniel

Probably Broder Daniel’s strongest impression in the public brain may be the singer Henrik Berggren’s star-spangled face. But merging the outsider perspective from the Smiths using a frantic energy and basic lyrics, few rings acquired the same impact over the Swedish indie scene in the middle-’90s. The music group was …

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Skeletons

Skeletons, initially the task of Matt Mehlan — a fairly idiosyncratic pop songwriter who all uses plenty of consumer electronics — had an extremely low-key from Oberlin, OH, with a set of albums (I’m near the top of the Globe and Life as well as the After Delivery) released in …

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Triple Burner

It appeared to only be considered a matter of your time before Montreal-based music artists Harris Newman (of Esmerine and Hrsta, as well as perhaps better known for his learning work to get a myriad Canadian rings) and Bruce Cawdron (of Godspeed You Dark Emperor!) started playing collectively, a union …

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S.Y.P.H.

A cult band within their local Germany and much more obscure to all of those other world, S.Con.P.H. are comparable to Blurt, the Fall, Cable, the Plastic Folks of the World, and various other long-running works who influence rock and roll from its extremely fringes. Shaped in the town of …

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The Press

Created in Boston before shifting to Atlanta in 2005, spirited indie rock and roll foursome the Press rotate vocal duties, swap tools from song to song, and mix pop/rock and roll using their art rock and roll. They documented their 1st two produces, the Noxious Saucy Beast EP as well …

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Iran

Conceived in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA in 1998, Iran started as the four-track bedroom-recording task of singer and multi-instrumentalist Aaron Aites. Playing a lot of the tools himself and recruiting close friends as required, Aites released Iran’s self-titled debut through Andee Connors’ (A Forest, J Chapel, Ticwar) Tumult label in …

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