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Follow the Train

Originally designed being a solo project for singer/songwriter Dennis Sheridan, Louisville, KY, indie rock collective Follow the Train congealed across the talents of Sheridan, drummer Andrew Hurt, bass player Bill Green, and keyboardist Angela Green in 2004. The group released the seven-song Great Disruption EP that same yr on the …

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Brando

Created in 1991 in Bloomington, IN, round the trio of vocalist/guitaristDerek Richey, guitarist Nathan Bryant, drummer Dan Solero, along with a revolving cadre of bassists, Brando would continue to become one of the most prolific rings to emerge from their basements with some increasingly achieved four-track recordings. Having ingested all …

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Tocotronic

Inspired by American rings like Nirvana, R.E.M., and Galaxie 500, German indie rockers Tocotronic were only available in Hamburg in 1993 when drummer Arne Zank and bassist Jan Müller, who acquired previously played jointly, added vocalist and guitarist Dirk Von Lowtzow to finish their lineup. Acquiring their moniker in the …

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Christy & Emily

Made up of a self-taught indie rocker along with a classically educated pianist, Christy Edwards and Emily Manzo (aka Christy & Emily) developed their brooding, free, atmospheric mixture of indie rock and roll and alternative country-rock in Brooklyn in the first 2000s. Manzo was educated on the Oberlin Conservatory ahead …

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Submarine

Submarine alternated introspective indie-rock with noisy psychedelic jams. The English music group released its self-titled debut recording in 1994; Keith Cleversley (of Flaming Lip area fame) created it for the English label, Ultimate. Another album, also documented with Cleversley, was rejected from the label rather than made an appearance. (Kiss …

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Sugar Plant

Sugar Plant is really a wish pop band shaped in Tokyo, Japan in 1993. On the following four years, they released some singles that garnered solid testimonials in underground magazines. In 1997, the full-length After After Hour made an appearance; Happy implemented a year afterwards.

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Windy & Carl

A respected light in Michigan’s space rock and roll picture, Windy & Carl’s atmospheric atmosphere was made by guitarist Carl Hultgren and bassist Windy Weber. Hultgren 1st began documenting instrumental acoustic guitar drone items in 1992, when he self-released a cassette tape called Website before teaming up with Weber. By …

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Her Space Holiday

AudioInformationPhenomemon label mind Marc Bianchi began the electronic-based space pop task Her Space Vacation mostly being a bedroom undertaking in 1996, after departing the hardcore picture. (He’d performed in rings like Indian Summertime and Relaxed.) Releases throughout that formative period included the Sound Astronomy 12″, Astronauts Are Sleeping, as well …

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Damon & Naomi

Following a 1991 breakup from the seminal trio Galaxie 500, drummer Damon Krukowski and bassist Naomi Yang prepared to stop working from music; stung from the group’s bitter disintegration and remaining with out a label because of the personal bankruptcy of Tough Trade, after issuing a lone 1991 EP beneath …

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Zelienople

Developing in 1998 from the ashes of many failed rock rings, Zelienople was a godsend for the people. Keyboardist/clarinetist Brian Harding, bassist/synth participant Matt Christensen, and drummer Mike Weis emerged together away from an identical dislike because of their previous experiences along with a like for drone-based jazz. Merging their …

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