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Hess Is More

Hess Is More is actually the task of Denmark’s Mikkel Hess, a composer and multi-instrumentalist who have combines components of jazz, electronica, Scandinavian folk, soundtrack music, and basic pop using a playfully melodic and decidedly humorous sensibility. The merchandise of the musical family members from Copenhagen — Mikkel’s sibling Nikolaj …

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Hot Chip

Probably one of the most distinctive and innovative rings merging dance music and indie within the 2000s and 2010s, London’s Hot Chip made their tag with the launch of the 2000 debut, Mexico. The EP was a hypnotic clean of almost subliminal, pulse-like techno beats, acoustic guitars, and plinky pianos, …

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Out Hud

Since their 1996 formation within the Bay Section of California, Out Hud has performed a complex but danceable make of indie rock and roll with debts owed to disco, dub, and post-punk. Ahead of their 2002 debut recording for Kranky, the group released several vinyl-only singles and EPs (for Crimson …

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The Black Ghosts

The Black Spirits certainly are a dance-pop twosome featuring vocalist Simon Lord, formerly of Simian, and Wiseguys’ programmer/multi-instrumentalist Theo Keating, aka DJ Touche. Both Keating and Lord result from musical backgrounds: Keating’s grandfather was an oboist using the London Symphony Orchestra who performed in the Beatles’ “PER DAY in the …

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Nova Social

Nova Social goes back to 1996, when guitarist/vocalist David Nagler shaped Stretch out with Thom Soriano (bass) and Steve Pilgrim (drums). The music group spent another few years slicing its tooth on the brand new York Town and NJ club scenes; by adding guitarist Michael Esper, Nagler’s smart, adroit pop …

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Simian Mobile Disco

Producers/remixers Wayne Ford and Wayne Shaw formed Simian Mobile phone Disco in 2005, following their departure from your experimental electronic rock-band Simian. Both had originally created Simian with vocalist Simon Lord and Alex MacNaughton in the past due ’90s. Not quite happy with their functions within the music group and …

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Playgroup

Playgroup was a studio room party/rumpus-room collective orchestrated by Trevor Jackson, a image developer (with sleeves of produces by Eric B. & Rakim, Stereo system MC’s, as well as the Jungle Brothers to his credit), maker, and remixer who experienced previously managed as Underdog and Skull. A melting container of …

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Jesse Rose

Delivered in London, Jesse Rose produced a name for himself being a deep house-style DJ in Bristol alongside friend and collaborator Jamie Anderson in local night clubs in the first ’90s. His mixture of Chicago and Detroit home music lit up the neighborhood picture, and by the midpoint of this …

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The Chap

British electro-rock music group the Chap were shaped in North London by Claire Wish (keyboards, vocals), Johannes Von Weizsäcker (guitar, vocals, cello), Panos Ghikas (bass, violin, guitar, vocals), and Keith Duncan (drums). They released a 10″ EP, Fun, on Lo Recordings in Apr 2002. Their debut recording, The Horse, premiered …

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Emma Smith

Though she didn’t turn into a big name in bluegrass music, through the ’80s Emma Smith garnered a little but devoted following because of her interesting, perceptive songs and effective mountain voice. Created Emma Lee Maggard in Hindman, Kentucky, she started playing guitar like a youngsters. She wedded in her …

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