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Broadfield Marchers

Acquiring inspiration from the energy pop rings of yesteryear, Broadfield Marchers make brief, guitar-fueled nuggets in the design of Big Star and Led by Voices. The Kentucky-based trio can be made up of drummer Justin Carter, vocalist/guitarist Dustin Zdobylak, and bassist/vocalist Tag Zdobylak. After developing in 2000 and honing a …

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Wolfie

Another product from the indie pop hotbed of Champaign-Urbana, Illinois, Wolfie’s origins date to nov 1991, when bassist/singer Joe Ziemba and singer/guitarist Mike Downey 1st met in senior high school. Despite common musical passions, both performed in separate rings for another couple of years, with Downey quickly becoming a member …

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Coffinberry

Cleveland-area music group Coffinberry have already been openers for the Walkmen, Kings of Leon, as well as the Rogers Sisters, although group has even more in common using the 1990s natural indie rock and roll from famous brands Superchunk and Archers of Loaf. Coffinberry — Nicholas Mix (acoustic guitar/vocals), Anthony …

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Strapping Fieldhands

Debuting in 1991 like a three-piece support work for the Frogs, Strapping Fieldhands produced several waves among the more charming — albeit ramshackle — rings in indie-rock’s decidedly ragged lo-fi motion. The band, made up of Bob Malloy, Bob Dickie, Jacy Webster, Sky Kishlo and Jeff Werner, gigged around Philadelphia …

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My Dad Is Dead

Created by drummer Tag Edwards in August 1984 following the breakup from the Cleveland group Riot Architecture, MY FATHER Is Dead provides remained his single task — with occasional help from a revolving-door cast. Edwards discovered to try out guitar during later 1984, and performed his first present the following …

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The Brett Rosenberg Problem

Taking cues in the austere songwriting from the “angry teenagers” like Joe Jackson and Graham Parker, Boston’s Brett Rosenberg Problem cultivated attention not merely from fellow Boston rockers just like the Gravel Pit, but also in the press and a nationwide force pop audience pursuing their 2001 debut. Business lead …

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Tobin Sprout

Despite his own solo successes, Tobin Sprout will most likely always be referred to as the onetime four-track wizard and songwriting sidekick to Robert Pollard in Ohio’s lo-fi pop kings Guided by Voices. Though much less prolific than his manager, followers of the group had been quick to observe Sprout’s …

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Morella’s Forest

Using the styling’s of 80’s new wave and indie-pop keeping a strong relationship amongst the users of Morella’s Forest, they wished to introduce this sound with their home of Dayton, Ohio. Comprising Sydney Rentz (vocals/ acoustic guitar), Sean McCorkle (bass), Shawn Johnson (acoustic guitar/ keyboards) and Nate McCorkle (drums), the …

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AM/FM

The post-punk duo AM/FM was formed by inspiring musician perfectionist Brian Sokel. Having performed in bands such as for example Franklin, he became a member of forces using the Technology Of’s Michael Parsell (Frail, Goodbye Blue Mon) so Sokel’s lush acoustics could completely take existence with added guitars, keyboards, and …

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The Thermals

A Portland-based supergroup of kinds, the Thermals originally featured Similar to Spitting’s Ben Barnett as well as the Operacycle’s Jordan Hudson, plus Hutch Harris and Kathy Foster from the twee/folk-pop duo Hutch & Kathy as well as the All Young lady Summer Fun Music group. The group shaped in early …

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