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Konstantin Wecker

Combining components of components of jazz, rock and roll, folk, and traditional music, singer/songwriter Konstantin Wecker is definitely in the forefront of Germany’s Liedermacher motion, a musically advanced motion with lyrics that offer in social concerns. Created in Munich in 1947, Wecker was an just kid with an opera vocalist …

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Bright Eyes

Although some musicians have joined the band’s rotating lineup, Shiny Eyes is mainly the songwriting vehicle of Conor Oberst, a quivery-voiced Nebraska native who first attracted attention in 1994 — when he was just 14 yrs . old — because the vocalist and guitarist for Commander Venus. Oberst became a …

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Aquilo

Comprising Tom Higham and Ben Fletcher, Aquilo certainly are a Uk duo who help to make atmospheric, melancholy downtempo electronic pop tunes. Nearly all of the tunes are about heartbreak, reduction, and regret, but tunes such as for example “Human being” (made by kindred soul Sohn) include a little flicker …

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Adventures

Created in 2012, punkish indie rockers Activities modeled their sound following the buzzy alt pop of shy ’90s wallflower rings, despite writing three members using the decidedly more aggressive metalcore group Code Orange Children. Code Orange Children people Reba Meyers (electric guitar/vocals), Jami Morgan (drums), and Joe Goldman (bass/vocals) had …

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The Sherlocks

Composed of two pairs of brothers (vocalist/guitarist Kiaran Crook and drummer Brandon Crook; bassist Andy Davidson and guitarist Josh Davidson), the Sherlocks are an indie rock and roll quartet shaped in the summertime of 2010 in the tiny community of Bolton upon Dearne in Sheffield, U.K. The four close friends …

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Synkro

Manchester-based producer Synkro (Joe McBride) originally emerged within the past due-2000s dubstep scene, launching a large number of 12″s in brands like Smokin’ Sessions and Dubbed Away. His flourishing, bass-heavy monitors like “Jah Appreciate” revise dub reggae for the post-Digital Mystikz period, while “HAVE NO IDEA” and “Nearer” are moody …

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Ours

Although technically a band, Ours is actually the brainchild of self-described music obsessive Jimmy Gnecco. Blessed and elevated in NJ, Gnecco toyed with music and different music group configurations after graduating senior high school, nonetheless it wasn’t until 1996, when he came back to America from a short sabbatical, that …

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Eilen Jewell

Although her country-flavored and blues-infused version of contemporary folk (which can also include healthy doses of rockabilly and surf) has drawn comparisons to musicians like Lucinda Williams, Gillian Welch, Jolie Holland, as well as the Be Good Tanyas, Eilen Jewell’s strongest influences have already been the classic sides documented by …

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Blamstrain

Finnish musician Juho Hietala began recording music beneath the Blamstrain moniker in 2001, following previously recording beneath the name Otwo. Blamstrain’s undertake IDM was an all natural suit on Gabe Koch’s Merck label, which released Blamstrain’s debut record, Ensi, in 2003. The discharge garnered positive evaluations to Autechre and Aphex …

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Wet

Soulful digital indie trio Damp shaped in Brooklyn around 2012. Ahead of that, music artists Joe Valle and Marty Sulkow, alongside vocalist Kelly Zutrau, experienced recorded several casual demos collectively while these were all going to school in NY before Valle break up for LA and Zutrau visited Rhode Isle. …

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