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Attractive and Popular

Shouty dance-punk clothing Attractive and Popular feature vocalist Zak, guitarist Bobby Missile, drummer Trista, bassist Jake Sound, and keyboardist Blake (aka Blazer). Zak, Missile, and Trista created the music group in fall 2004 in Lafayette, LA; the trio after that moved to Sizzling Springs, AR, where Sound and Blake became …

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Peter, Sue & Marc

A vocals/acoustic guitar/piano group from Berne, Switzerland, Peter, Sue, and Marc made a name for themselves by representing their house county four occasions within the Eurovision Track Contest. Users Peter Reber, Sue Schell, and Marc Dietrich produced their 1st appearance in the competition in 1971 (in French). Their pursuing appointments …

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Rafter

Among San Diego’s music fixture Rafter Roberts’ many tasks — such as the indie pop duo Bunky, jogging among the city’s most widely used indie saving studios, and producing and anatomist albums for Castanets, the Fiery Furnaces, Arab on Radar, and much more — Rafter’s kaleidoscopic sound pop features Roberts …

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Atom™

Composer and developer Uwe Schmidt is among experimental electronic music’s most prolific and prodigious post-techno experimentalists. Issuing a overflow of materials under a number of pseudonyms (from singles and compilation monitors to scads of EPs and full-lengths) and preserving an almost challenging album-a-month discharge timetable through his very own Rather …

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Mud

Mention the name Mud to many Americans — even those neck-deep within the ’70s revival — as well as the likely result is a empty stare. In Britain, nevertheless, between 1974 and 1976, Dirt was among the most popular rock and roll & roll serves there is, charting some monster …

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Heavy Trash

A meeting from the thoughts between two music artists who explore the nexus between punk rock and roll and root base music, Heavy Garbage is a cooperation between Jon Spencer and Matt Verta-Ray. Spencer initial attracted the eye of ambitious music supporters in 1985 along with his primitive electric guitar …

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The Soft Pink Truth

Drew Daniel’s the Soft Red Truth grew from a dare. While Daniel was carrying out in Paris with Martin Schmidt as Matmos, Matthew Herbert challenged him to produce a home record. Daniel responded with 2001’s Soft Red Missy 12″, which Herbert released on his Soundslike label. Daniel proceeded to go …

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The Rascals

The Rascals, combined with the Righteous Brothers, Mitch Ryder, and precious few others, were the pinnacle of ’60s blue-eyed soul. The Rascals’ abilities, however, would need to price above their competitors, if for nothing at all else compared to the simple fact they, unlike a great many other blue-eyed soulsters, …

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The Monkees

“Hey hey, we have been the Monkees/You understand we want to please/A produced image/With zero philosophies.” In 1968, the Monkees attended to their own status within the music “Ditty Diego (Battle Chant),” which summed in the poor rap they’d received within the music press given that they first surfaced in …

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The Monochrome Set

Once the British art college punk band the B-Sides transformed their name and direction to be Adam & the Ants, guitarist/vocalist Bid and guitarist Lester Sq . opted out to create their very own group, the Monochrome Arranged. Founded in London in 1978, the music group (also composed of ex-Gloria …

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