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A Smile and a Ribbon

A Smile and a Ribbon certainly are a Swedish indie pop duo, made up of Rebecca Melman and Martin Lindqvist, whose special, simple, cute-as-a-button tracks nod to performers like Talulah Gosh, Tilly as well as the Wall structure, and Cub. Their debut full-length, The Boy I Desire I Under no …

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Art Decade

Acquiring their name from an instrumental cut on David Bowie’s Low, and focusing on big, anthemic, prog-tinged orchestral indie rock and roll in the vein of artists like Muse as well as the Mars Volta, Boston’s Art Decade created in 2008 round the talents of Berklee Classes of Music grad …

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Afrojack

Nick Vehicle de Wall structure, aka Afrojack, joined Tiësto and Armin van Buuren in the type of globetrotting DJs, suppliers, and remixers to emerge from the burgeoning Dutch dance music picture. Given birth to in Spijkenisse in 1988, he started playing the piano at age group five, but after obtaining …

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The Deirdres

The Deirdres’ shambling, puckish, shouts-and-melodicas method of indie pop nods to Los Campesinos!, Bearsuit, and Small My. A seven-piece comprising Crofto Deirdre, Ramble Deirdre, Sparkle Deirdre, Russkies Deirdre, Fairy Deirdre, Ginger Deirdre, and Keirdre Deirdre, the group shaped in 2006, basing itself in Derby, Britain. The Deirdres’ debut solitary, Dinosaurs …

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Lena

Lena Meyer-Landrut, who expenses herself simply as Lena, is a pop vocalist from Germany who won the Eurovision Tune Contest this year 2010 at age group 19 using the tune “Satellite television.” Born on, may 23, 1991, in Hanover, Germany, she was among 20 contestants chosen to contend on the …

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Gardens

The associates of Gardens prefer to discuss living a sustainable way of living, community involvement as well as the virtues of frugality, but do not get the idea that they are hippies — this Detroit-based combo plays tough, wiry guitar-centered garage rock with a solid R&B influence, an undertow of …

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Phantoms

A Los Angeles-based EDM duo featuring the abilities of Kyle Kaplan and Vinnie Pergola, Phantoms deliver icy/sizzling hot electro-dance beats using a dash of techno and heavy dosage of pop hooks. Close friends since the age group of 15, the set dabbled in the Disney aspect of the tv screen …

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Tiny Animals

Tiny Animals shaped in 2007, twelve months after the break up of frontman Chris Howerton’s prior band, Fighterpilot. Joined up with by youthful sister Rita Maye Howerton and bassist Philip Galitzine, Howerton squandered little time composing alt rock and roll music for his brand-new group, and Tiny Pets entered the …

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Da’ Zoo

Having a diverse group of influences, the Puerto Rican foursome referred to as Da’ Zoo will come off like a Latin option to the Black Eyed Peas, but their campy outfits and sunshine-bright songs show the excess influence of ’90s dance-pop groups like Deee-Lite and LEN. Charly “Zoo” Rodríguez have …

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King Uszniewicz & His Uszniewicztones

This hilariously inept Detroit bowling alley/lounge band was fronted by Ernie “King” Uszniewicz (b. 1945) from 1969 to 1979. The crudest tenor saxophonist in the annals of rock and roll & roll, Ruler Uszniewicz (pronounced “you-snev-vitch”) & the U-Tones acquired only one one, issued on an area label through the …

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