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LaBrassBanda

LaBrassBanda is a brass music group from Bavaria (hailing from Übersee close to the Chiemsee) led by trumpet participant and vocalist Stefan Dettl, who have formed the music group in 2007 as well as bassist Oliver Wrage, tuba participant Andreas Hofmeier, trombonist Manuel Winbeck, and drummer Manuel da Coll. The …

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Vivian Girls

Deriving their name from your ill-fated characters presented in the task of writer/illustrator Henry Darger, the Vivian Girls (never to become confused using the “create pop” duo from the same name) certainly are a Brooklyn-based trio whose gritty, lo-fi tunes nod to seminal indie pop functions like Black color Tambourine, …

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Emily West

With her engaging stage presence and alto vocals, it didn’t take miss singer/songwriter Emily West to obtain a foothold in Nashville’s country music scene. The youngest of four kids, West was created in Waterloo, Iowa, where she uncovered Patsy Cline at a age and started taking tone of voice lessons …

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Moriarty

Combining a multinational assemblage of music artists whose primary function has been inspired by traditional Irish folk, country, and blues, France-based Moriarty also had taken a full page from punk rock and roll, for the reason that all associates utilize the surname “Moriarty” being a performance name (? la the …

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White Fang

The associates of Portland, Oregon’s Light Fang, a punk-noise quartet using a wild, thrashy sound and a prodigious D.We.Y. output, produced the group in 2005 while these were still in senior high school. Bandmates Erik Gage, Kyle Handley, Jimmy Leslie, and Chris Uehlein released their debut LP, Pure Bad, in …

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Andy Davis

Elevated in Baton Rouge, LA, Nashville-based alt-pop songwriter, singer, and pianist Andy Davis includes a strong, melodic feeling that harks back again to the classic composing of artists like Paul Simon, Billy Joel, and Stevie Wonder, and his distinctive tenor provides his compositions a lot of nuance and space to …

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Laïs

The Flemish trio Laïs, originally from Kalmthout, grew from humble beginnings to be among the premier sets of the later-’90s Belgian folk revival. The seed of Laïs was planted after a folk workshop kept in Gooik, where two from the three associates’ a cappella rendition of the Italian folk melody …

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Dito Montiel

Dito Montiel doesn’t desire to be regarded as a dilettante. Though he’s created well-received books and aimed an award-winning film, HELPFUL INFORMATION to Realizing Your Saints, he’s first and most important a songwriter. Inside a press declaration, he has stated: “The publication was just a song in writing. The film …

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Soulja Boyz

Sacramento, CA-based rap trio Soulja Boyz includes users N.O. (Norrie Ray Whitaker), D.A. (David Lowery), and D. (DeAngelo Jenkins). Authorized to Royalties Entertainment, the group released the full-length Hardwork in 2007.

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Dawn of Winter

After forming in 1990, Ludwigsburg, Germany’s Dawn of Wintertime toiled in obscurity for some from the ensuing decade, issuing demo after demo and a 1993 EP, rather aptly named Celebrate the Agony, where vocalist Gerrit Philipp Mutz, guitarist Jörg Michael Knittel, bassist Joachim Schmalzried, and drummer Oliver C. Schramm shown …

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