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Habibi

Brooklyn-based indie quartet Habibi were shaped in the springtime of 2011 by Detroit expatriates Rahill Jamalifard and Lenaya Lynch, experiencing their Motown roots of basic but infectious pop melodies delivered with punkish attitude. Jamalifard required lead vocal responsibilities and Lynch performed acoustic guitar and sang, as well as the quartet …

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Allah-Las

Los Angeles-based garage area rock and roll revivalist quartet Allah-Las comprise business lead vocalist/guitarist Mls Michaud, business lead guitarist/vocalist Pedrum Siadatian, bassist/vocalist Spencer Dunham, and drummer/vocalist Matthew Correia. Three from the four bandmembers had been employed in the L.A. branch from the renowned record shop Amoeba when the group produced …

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Dead Sara

The wailing rally cries of Rage Against the device as well as the urban blues punk from the Kills were two major the different parts of Dead Sara’s first single “Weatherman,” however the song also filled a gap left following the decrease of grunge, as an easy, guitar-driven rock & …

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Spray Paint

Austin-based trio Spray Paint deliver a discordant squall of no-wave guitars and stomping rhythms having a bitter, sardonic attitude. Their biting, jarring tunes are inspired from the bleakness and desolation encircling their habitat, homelessness, and human being neglect of the surroundings. Spray Paint developed from the loud Austin group When …

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Baby Bee

New Orleans duo Baby Bee help to make soulful blues- and rock-influenced music. Created this year 2010, the duo features brothers Joe Stark (vocals, acoustic guitar) and David Stark (drums). Developing up the kids of local music artists, the brothers performed music on-and-off collectively from an early on age group. …

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Sleeper Agent

With their mix of driving guitars, manic energy, and big singalong choruses, Sleeper Agent combine pop-punk’s sugary effervescence with garage rock and roll swagger. Originally produced being a duo by vocalist/guitarist Tony Smith and drummer Justin Wilson, the Bowling Green, Kentucky music group decided to increase its lineup after Smith …

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Pow Wows

Among the mainstays from the Toronto garage area rock picture, the Pow Wows want their music fast, loud, and atmospheric, offering their music a buzzy, swampy shade and a psychedelic overlay that models them aside from additional fuzzbox manglers following similar pathways. The Pow Wows arrived together this year 2010, …

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FIDLAR

Amid an underground skatepunk resurgence, with bands like Cerebral Ballzy and Trash Talk garnering Internet attention, FIDLAR were formed in LA. Affected by SoCal punk rockers like Offspring and blink-182 aswell as older rings from the region (that they learned about using their dad’s record collection; he was the guitarist …

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K-Holes

NY City’s the K-Holes took their name from a hallucinatory trance condition often in comparison to a schizophrenic episode that’s due to abuse from the medication ketamine. That may look like a unusual name for the rock-band, but provided the K-Holes’ dark, murky swamp of audio, it is also curiously …

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West End Motel

A diversion in the world of prog metallic, Western End Motel finds Mastodon guitarist Brent Hinds exploring the sounds of early rock & roll using a task that, without as large as his various other work, is believe it or not ominous. Similar to the “doom-wop” clothing Mister Heavenly, Western …

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