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The Album Leaf

The Recording Leaf began because the solo project of Jimmy LaValle, a San Diego-based songwriter who started recording solo materials twelve months after forming the post-rock music group Tristeza. Inspired by way of a number of styles — traditional, jazz, and post-rock included in this — LaValle built his own …

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Telephone Jim Jesus

Blessed George Chadwick in the tiny city of New London, NH, the guy who would later on be referred to as the anticon musician Phone Jim Jesus got his initial flavor of electronica when high-school friend and bandmate/singer Dave Bryant, who was simply after that living at Chadwick’s home, bought …

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Tarwater

Tarwater, a duo composed of Germans Bernd Jestram and Ronald Lippok, possess documented several albums of distinctive, mainly instrumental music tagged post-rock due to Lippok’s involvement directly into Rococo Rot — a German trio which has documented for experimental independents such as for example Soul Static Audio and Town Slang. …

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Four Tet

Spawned with the urge to accomplish something aside from his post-rock group Fridge, Kieran Hebden’s Four Tet task amounts organic and designed sounds. Hebden shaped Refrigerator with Sam Jeffers and Adem Ilhan while still in senior high school. When Refrigerator went on short-term hiatus for Jeffers and Ilhan to wait …

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Neon Neon

A collaboration between Super Furry Animal’s Gruff Rhys and left-field hip-hop producer Boom Bip — who initial worked together in 2005 when Rhys added vocals to “Do’s & Don’ts” from Boom Bip’s Blue Eyed in debt Room — Neon Neon play warm, dancey music informed by ’80s brand-new wave, Prince, …

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The Antlers

Evolving from Peter Silberman’s bedroom recordings to a completely realized strap, for Brooklyn-based the Antlers, what began as a single lo-fi folk task progressed quickly right into a colossal-sounding chamber pop group. After self-recording a small number of albums within a kamikaze style — Uprooted (documented right before and after …

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Donna Regina

During an existence that spanned nearly 2 decades and created several albums, Cologne, Germany-based electronic indie pop group Donna Regina — focused throughout the breathy vocals of singer Regina Janssen, who proved helpful alongside Günther Janssen, her fellow producer, multi-instrumentalist, and partner — had been initially in comparison to Saint …

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Jeremy Jay

Jeremy Jay has dreamy, stream-of-consciousness indie pop inspired by synth pop, ’50s innocence, and most importantly, films. His Dreamwalker EP was conceived because the soundtrack to a brief film with the same name, starring Jay; St. Ives released it being a handmade, limited model of 300 copies in-may of 2007. …

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The Long Lost

After tinkering with electronica and hip-hop textures beneath the Daedalus moniker, Alfred Darlington began creating softer music along with his wife, vocalist Laura Darlington. Pairing the electro flourishes of Daedalus’ history with bedroom acoustics and gentle, folk-inspired melodies, the duo christened itself the PRODIGAL and released an eponymous debut record …

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Britta Persson

Delivered in Uppsala, Sweden, in 1981, Britta Persson’s clever, engaging pop tracks about the good and the bad of romance claim that sometimes young boys do make goes by at women who wear eyeglasses, even if the outcomes aren’t always happy for everybody. Her debut record, the airy and enigmatic …

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