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Marc Jonson

Vocalist and songwriter Marc Jonson offers enjoyed his biggest success writing tracks for other performers, though he offers won a cult following for his little but impressive body of recorded function. Jonson was created and elevated on Long Isle, NY, and started playing music and composing tracks as a kid. …

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Priscilla Paris

The youngest & most photogenic person in the Paris Sisters, willowy Priscilla Paris was the featured vocalist for the trio’s 1961 Phil Spector-produced girl group classic “I REALLY LIKE How YOU LIKE Me personally.” She later on installed a little-noticed solo profession, and also progressed right into a songwriter of …

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Spectrals

One-man music group Louis Jones, hailing from Heckmondwike, Western Yorkshire, documented slightly skewed, reverb-heavy amalgamations of ’60s doo wop, Brill Building pop, and bashful garage area rock — often with dazed surf guitar accents — as Spectrals. The 7″ solitary “Keep Me Become” premiered in ’09 2009 on Captured Songs. …

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The Limousines

Indie digital duo the Limousines help to make atmospheric, dancy ’80s synth and ’90s shoegaze-influenced pop. Created in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA in 2007, the duo features the skills of multi-instrumentalist Giovanni Giusti and vocalist/songwriter Eric Victorino. Collaborating over e-mails and via the web, the Limousines started posting tracks on-line …

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Dawn Richard

Dawn Richard, aka D∆WN, evolved from her account in Danity Kane to be one of the most progressive makes in artful left-field pop and R&B. Ahead of mainstream visibility, the brand new Orleans, Louisiana indigenous — the girl of Chocolate Dairy percussionist and vocalist Frank Richard — documented as Dawn …

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Jonathan Singleton & the Grove

Jackson, TN local Jonathan Singleton co-penned number 1 strikes for Gary Allan (“Viewing Airplanes”) and Billy Currington (“Don’t”) before striking from his own in ’09 2009. The raspy vocalist/songwriter/guitarist’s music group, the Grove, is an expert in the type of rootsy, outsider, modern country music well-liked by contemporaries like Steve …

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The Chain Gang of 1974

The String Gang of 1974 may be the moniker of multi-instrumentalist and DJ Kamtin Mohager’s alternative dance music project. Given birth to in San Jose and elevated in Hawaii and later on Denver, Mohager’s 1st enthusiasm was hockey, but after hearing Tears for Worries’ “Everybody Really wants to Guideline the …

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I the Mighty

Based away of SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, California, I the Mighty have already been fusing post-hardcore, emo, and steel since their inception in 2007. Composed of vocalist and guitarist Brent Walsh, guitarist Ian Pedigo, bassist Chris Hinkley, and drummer Blake Dahlinger, the quartet produced its debut in 2008 using a …

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Coro

New York-born, Miami-raised Latin freestyle artist Jose Coro broke in to the music industry being a background vocalist and dancer for Stevie B. Soon after a go back to NY, Coro got his documenting career off the bottom with “Where Are You Tonight,” an individual made by Zahid Tariq and …

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1-O.A.K.

Area of the Bay Area’s Honor Move Team, vocalist, songwriter, and maker Brandon McFarland, aka 1-O.A.K. (Original), discovered to sing and play drums and keyboards in chapel, and grew up on traditional gospel and spirit. The Oakland indigenous attempt to stay purely to beatmaking — he designed to save his …

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