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Sheppard

Sheppard certainly are a six-piece indie pop group from Brisbane, Australia. Produced being a duo in ’09 2009 by siblings Amy (vocals) and George Sheppard (vocals/tips), the group gradually expanded to add their sister Emma Sheppard on bass, along with close friends Jay Bovino (vocals, electric guitar), Michael Butler (electric …

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Cornish in a Turtleneck

Cornish inside a Turtleneck was shaped in 1997 by Ypsilanti, MI, students Tim Schreiber and Eric Oakes, and bassist Juan Garcia joined up with in 1998. The group combined their affinity for psychedelic rock and roll and pop having a cellar four-track recording visual. Cornish’s lo-fi audio is a part …

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Ami Rushes

When she isn’t growing the gospel to various LA churches, vocalist Ami Rushes is writing the term in song. She’s made an appearance on BET’s Bobby Jones Gospel and it is a regular on the annual Gospel Music Workshop of America convention. Her debut record, Covering, found its way to …

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Strawberry Smell

Armed using what surely should be among the absolute worst type of band brands in rock and roll & move history, the Strawberry Smell have grown to be France’s leading lighting in the never-ending psych-pop underground. Shaped in the tiny town of Avignon, France, by several friends bound with a …

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The Drunken Cholos

The Drunken Cholos are actually a reunion of the extremely first lineup of irreverent pop-punksters the Queers, featuring vocalist/guitarist Joe Queer as well as the rhythm portion of Wimpy and Tulu. Though this lineup was forget about by enough time the Queers produced their debut on Lookout! Information, the trio …

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Hollis Brown

Named following the Bob Dylan song “The Ballad of Hollis Dark brown,” NY City-based Hollis Dark brown (a band, not really a person) perform a good, sparse, rocking version of classic rock and roll, with songs filled with melody, pop, country tinges, and an ever-present and moderate feel from the …

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La Casa Azul

Spanish pop act La Casa Azul began weaving together the sugar pop sounds of groups like ABBA, the B-52’s, as well as the Seaside Boys in the past due ’90s. Created by maker/songwriter Guille Milkyway, the music group increased from indie pop obscurity towards the Spanish Best 40 by using …

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Donato

After issuing three successful information (Mar Adentro, Entre la Linea del Bien y la Linea del Mal, and De Hombre A Mujer) even though participating in a favorite duet called Donato & Estefano, Donato Poveda went by himself by the finish of the entire year 2000, registering with BMG being …

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Soichi Terada

Frequently seen dressed up in a Hawaiian shirt and sporting an enormous, glowing grin, veteran DJ/producer Soichi Terada is among electronic music’s most charming individuals. The Tokyo-born musician is similarly known for his early ’90s deep home monitors and his many gaming soundtracks, but he’s also ventured into various other …

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John Buck

John Buck is in fact singer, composer, music publisher, and Valiant Information owner Barry de Vorzon, who was simply business lead singer on “We Question What She’s Doing Tonight,” the only strike by the brand new York-based Barry & the Tamerlanes in 1963. The John Buck saga started in the …

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