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Iran

Conceived in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA in 1998, Iran started as the four-track bedroom-recording task of singer and multi-instrumentalist Aaron Aites. Playing a lot of the tools himself and recruiting close friends as required, Aites released Iran’s self-titled debut through Andee Connors’ (A Forest, J Chapel, Ticwar) Tumult label in …

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Michael

Michael was an Athens, GA-based indie combo with ties to emo and origins in ’80s radio. The music group first surfaced in 1999, when vocalist/guitarist David Fairbairn, bassist John Nowicki, and drummer Bob Sleppy released the YOU NEED TO Be This High LP through an area Athens indie. Filled with …

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The Children’s Hour

The Children’s Hour is a folk-rock duo made up of Josephine Foster and Andy Pub. The two have already been honing a processed, passionate indie rock and roll style since middle-2002 whenever a shared friend presented Foster, an opera college dropout from Colorado, to Club, a skill Institute of Chicago …

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Marit Bergman

Marit Bergman once described her music genesis while “Madonna > X-Ray Spex > Release > Sonic Youth > Roberta Flack > Mary J. Blige,” which at minimum factors to her aural eclecticism if not really the widescreen pop grandeur of her single function and her wealthy, expressive voice. Created in …

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Christmas

Throughout their career, Christmas was generally misinterpreted; their surreal, sarcastic love of life was forgotten by critics who mainly didn’t obtain the joke, and poor distribution and advertising of their first two albums held most potential followers from even finding them. As your final cosmic joke, their third and greatest …

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Designer

Developer was the drum’n’bass alias of Chicago-based DJ, engineer and remixer Casey Grain, a longtime Tortoise affiliate and soundman whose extensive studio room credits likewise incorporate use Liz Phair, Shrimp Vessel, 5ive Design and Gastr del Sol. A indigenous of Ohio who relocated towards the Windy Town during the past …

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The Nice Device

Detroit popsters the Fine Gadget formed in early 2001 to bridge the exploding garage area rock revival picture as well as the underrated Detroit power pop picture using a polished, yet slightly trashy audio filled up with hooks comparable to the Runaways as well as the Breeders. Focused around vocalist, …

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Year 5000

Yr 5000, or Con5K, is an associate from the de facto Portland-Seattle musician exchange. Going by Seattle-ite Mat Probasco (acoustic guitar/vocals) and backed by Oregon music artists Ritchie Youthful (drums) and Joel Holly (bass), Y5K can be a trio in continuous advancement. Their one-, four-, and eight-track cellar recordings operate …

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Mezodigm

Chicago’s Mezodigm created in 1998 with guitarist/singer Chris Estrada and drummer Andy Martin. Through some drinking, drugs, ladies and changes inside the music group, Mezodigm were able to record some materials. By enough time the Having a Bullet EP premiered in 1999, guitarist John Akred and bassist Ben Harbert had …

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Lazarus

Trevor Montgomery, a former person in Tarentel as well as the Drift, eventually began saving as Lazarus and released his initial album under that name in 2003. Music for an Unborn Sunlight, released on Brief Home, was a tranquil and spare record manufactured in Montgomery’s bedroom with the help of …

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