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Tennessee Schmaltz

Founded in Knoxville, TN, in 1995, Tennessee Schmaltz enjoy within a hybrid Old World klezmer design peppered with strains of Appalachian string group music, and with jazz, country, bluegrass, and Yiddish music hall all tossed set for good measure. Although account in the group provides shifted somewhat over time, the …

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Asakusa Jinta

Experimental performance artists/preservation band Asakusa Jinta take their name and inspiration through the Tokyo historical district where jintas (roving Japanese street bands) once loaded the streets. The band’s combination of punk, ska, golf swing, and march music (performed from the seven-piece clothing including accordion, standup bass, horns, and tempo section) …

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The Filthy Youth

Ed Westwick rose to prominence being a Television acting professional, portraying the seedy socialite Chuck Bass in Josh Schwartz’s prime-time strike Gossip Woman. Although filming occurred in NEW YORK, Westwick also discovered time to spotlight the Filthy Youngsters, a U.K.-structured rock quintet whose mixture of punky energy and cheeky United …

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H.E.A.T

H.E.A.T is a Swedish hard rock-band that produced its record debut in 2008 yet didn’t break right into the mainstream before following season after a solid showing at this year’s 2009 Melodifestivalen using the smash strike “1000 Mls.” Founded in 2007 in Upplands Väsby, the music group initially contains Kenny …

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Hamilton County Bluegrass Band

Easily perhaps one of the most successful bluegrass bands to emerge from Fresh Zealand, the Hamilton State Bluegrass Band formed in 1966 beneath the name the Muleskinners. They released an initial record in 1967, and continued, with different lineups, release a a fifty percent dozen roughly more, with one time …

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Mokobé

French rapper Mokobe Traore was originally an associate from the rap posse 113, but really made his name along with his 2007 single outing, Mon Afrique, an recording which he put his Malian origins towards the forefront, supported by such popular African performers as Youssou N’Dour, Amadou & Mariam, Tiken …

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Sacred Hoop

In true sophomoric, Beastie Guys fashion, rapper Luke Sick (Luke Oakson) and maker Vrse Murphy (Patrick Murphy) of indie rap duo Sacred Hoop dig through personal and surreal anecdotes of medicines, sex, ladies, and the rest in between having a throwback hip-hop flavor. Aided with a solid of typical suspects …

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Prof

Co-owner of Stophouse GROUP and a normal around the Rhymesayers imprint, Prof can be an MC and vocalist from Minneapolis, Minnesota. He kicked off his profession inside a duo format with fellow MC Rahzwell, and in 2000, he became a member of the Rhymesayers family members by hitting the street …

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Errors

Agreed upon to Mogwai’s Rock and roll Actions label, Glasgow indie electronic quartet Errors are Greg Paterson (guitar, synthesizer), James Hamilton (drums, synth), Simon Ward (coding, synth), and Stephen Livingstone (synth, bass, guitar). Shaped in 2004, they performed their initial gig at Glasgow’s College of Art. Rock and roll Actions …

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Pecker

Pecker may be the nom de dancefloor of Catalan indie electronic musician Raul Usieto Aquilue. Delivered in Spain’s Aragon area and currently located in the town of Barcelona, the guts of Spain’s growing indie pop picture, Pecker will take musical cues from performers as different as LCD Soundsystem, Fatboy Slim, …

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