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Delorentos

Compatriots Bell X1 and U2 are clear but useful factors of guide for Dublin, Ireland’s Delorentos. Mixing elegant ’80s electric guitar pop with lush indie rock and roll and post-rock soundscapes similar to Canada’s Arcade Fireplace, the group comes after within a peculiarly Irish custom of rock rings, aswell as …

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The Soft Pack

Playing intelligent but simple rock and roll that harks back again to ‘60s garage area, ‘70s punk, and ‘80s college rock and roll, the Smooth Pack feature vocalist/guitarist Matt Lamkin, guitarist Matty McLoughlin, bassist Dave Lantzman, and drummer Brian Hill. The music group formed in NORTH PARK in 2008, when …

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Django James

Django Adam is among the many music artists from England that has followed in his parents footsteps. Delivered Django Adam Lawless Stewart, he’s the boy of Dave Stewart, popular for his collaborations with Annie Lennox as well as the Eurythmics, and Siobhan Fahey of Bananarama and Shakespear’s Sister popularity. Since …

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Mathclub

Los Angeles’ Mathclub are heavily influenced by ’80s legends just like the Get rid of and New Purchase but carry a 21st hundred years attitude that sets them more based on the Killers or the Editors. Featuring vocalist/songwriters Bobby Moynahan — a veteran from the L.A. picture with his music …

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Scouting for Girls

The whimsical indie pop group Scouting for women formed in 2005 in London, playfully modeling their name following the Scouting handbook (Scouting for Boys), published in the first many years of the 20th century. Associates Greg Churchouse, Peter Ellard, and Roy Stride agreed upon with Epic Information in early 2007 …

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I Was a Cub Scout

Self-proclaimed “boy band” I USED TO BE a Cub Scout are Nottingham, England’s Todd Marriott (vocals, synthesizer, guitar) and William Bowerman (drums), who joined up with together while teenagers following playing in split punk bands. The theory had its origins with Marriott, who began being a one-man act in middle-2005, …

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Eat Sugar

Eat Sugar certainly are a electro-rock music group based away of Cincinnati, OH. After disbanding Chalk in 2005, Greg Poneris and Jim Reynolds teamed up with vocalist Aidan Bogosian and keyboardist Michael McBride to record a self-titled EP. It had been followed by another EP, titled IT ISN’T Our Responsibility!, …

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The Dykeenies

Acquiring their name from a little bit of dialogue through the dream film Willow (spelled “daikinis,” the term described unusually tall people), Scotland’s the Dykeenies hail from Cumbernauld, a town close to Glasgow. The group was shaped by vocalist Brian Henderson (who doubles on keyboards) and his sibling, lead guitarist …

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The Forward

Shaped in Hollywood, where picture matters, the people in the Forwards wear the anticipated weathered jeans, neckties, and angular hairstyles; they may be marketed as noisy indie rockers or post-punk trailblazers; and in most cases they sound nearly the same as the Killers, Coldplay, as well as the Wallflowers. Vocalist/guitarist …

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Royworld

Shaped in London, England, in 2006, Royworld — Fishing rod Futrille (vocals), Rob Parkin (guitar), Tim Mls (keyboards), and Gerry Morgan (drums) — had been led by Fishing rod and his brother — and co-composer — Crispin Futrille, and curved out following the various other members responded an advertisement searching …

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