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Freddy Trujillo

Given birth to and raised in the LA region, Freddy Trujillo spent a lot of his youngsters in several bands. He performed bass with punk icon Pat Smear, was briefly a part of I REALLY LIKE You, used sister Amy Trujillo (who performed beneath the name Am’e Lorain), and in …

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The Dials

Brighton-based rockers the Dials began honing their mixture of psychedelic indie rock in the first 2000s. Nodding to performers like Like, the Byrds, the Encounters, and Syd Barrett (merely to name several) using their jangly, trippy, harpsichord-rich pop tunes, the Dials released their self-titled debut in 2007.

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The Brobecks

An easy power pop act through the unlikely environs of Sodium Lake Town, UT, the Brobecks are further proof the salutary ramifications of rings honing their build in towns that absence identifiable moments they’re likely to participate in. (Discover also: Albuquerque’s the Shins and Tarkio, Colin Meloy’s Montana music group …

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Coffinshakers

Imagine if Johnny Money had been interested in vampires, werewolves, as well as the German expressionistic movie theater than in walking the line? Meet up with the Coffinshakers. Shaped in 1995 in Karlstadt, Sweden, by Rob Coffinshaker (Robert Fjällsby), the Coffinshakers eked out an lifestyle from little printings of 7″ …

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DLD

Contemporary rock group DLD began climbing the rock charts in 2003, having been found out via a Fight of the Rings hosted by well-known radio station Órbita FM in 2002. Bandmembers consist of Paco (vocals and acoustic guitar), Eric (acoustic guitar), Edgar (bass), and Rodrigo (drums). Sketching inspiration from your …

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Letting Up Despite Great Faults

The brainchild of LA musician Michael Lee, who was raised taking piano lessons and hearing bands like Orbital as well as the Chemical substance Brothers, Letting Up Despite Great Faults formed in 2004. After documenting a small number of demonstration tracks, the music group released the seven-song EP, Movement, on …

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Monsters Build Mean Robots

Brighton’s Monsters Build Mean Robots produce music that’s dramatic and active, layered thick using the textures of electronic noises and electric guitar loops. Motivated by instrumental post-rockers Godspeed You Dark Emperor! and called after a lyric within a Magic Mt. Zion’s “Horses in the Sky,” the music group was originally …

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Lualta

Delio Bacalski (electric guitar), Gabriel Gamboa (drums), Quinn Leeper (bass), Michael Hernandez (vocals), Mike Ortiz (electric guitar), and William Canedo (keyboards) was raised in the NORTH PARK suburbs, honing their own spiky punk audio in the later ’90s. They had taken their name, Lualta, from a close by city road. …

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The Snake the Cross the Crown

Indie rock clothing The Snake the Combination the Crown was shaped in Huntsville, AL, by two brothers, Franklin Sammons (electric guitar) and William Sammons (keyboards, development), and close friends Kevin Jones (electric guitar, vocals) and Carl Marshall (bass, vocals). The group originally performed as Curbside Provider, launching 2002’s I Packed …

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Alcoholic Faith Mission

The Brooklyn-via-Denmark indie rock ensemble Alcoholic Beliefs Objective make experimental, if still melodic, folk and avant pop. Produced by vocalist/guitarist Thorben Seierø Jensen and bassist Sune Sølund as the two had been surviving in Brooklyn in 2006, Alcoholic Beliefs Mission had been originally a lo-fi pop affair. Actually, the band’s …

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