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Bouquet

Using their 1991 start as an acoustic two piece, Neil Shumsky (vocals/ 12 string guitar) and his friend Rachel (vocals/ guitar) went beneath the moniker of Bouquet because they induced their sincere pop of minimal innocence. Mainly playing through the entire section of Leeds and Sheffield, Britain, Bouquet would ultimately …

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The Films

Tuneful indie pop band the Films was shaped in 2003 by 4 senior high school friends from Charleston, SC — lead vocalist and guitarist Michael Trent, guitarist and keyboard player Kenneth Harris, bassist Jake Sinclair, and drummer Adam C. Blake. Citing an array of affects from Tom Petty to Elliott …

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So Many Dynamos

Acquiring cues from Les Savy Fav as well as the Dismemberment Program, St. Louis’ A LOT OF Dynamos created in past due 2002 and contains Ryan Wasoba (acoustic guitar/vocals), Aaron Stovall (key pad/vocals), Griffin Kay (acoustic guitar/vocals), and Clayton Kunstel (drums). Pursuing an EP on Ambivalent Information in summer time …

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The Stuff

The Stuff includes four rockin’ Stockholm rats of unusual size who met in another of Europe’s finest sewers and consummated an operating relationship over several Stooges and Kinks records — served up with a side of stinky cheese. With tails tucked nicely to their skintight blue skinny jeans, the Stuff …

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Jack Oblivian

Probably one of the most important numbers within the Memphis garage area rock and roll and punk blues community, Jack port Yarber (better known by his frequent stage name Jack port Oblivian) was a founding person in two strongly influential rings, the Oblivians as well as the Compulsive Bettors, and …

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The Coldspot 8

The Coldspot 8 provides their native condition of Florida using a cross types of Motown-influenced soul, reggae, and ska. Together with a Latin defeat to accompany their stripped-down root base of Jamaican rocksteady, the eight-piece ultimately agreed upon to the D.C. ska label Beatville. Their debut full-length, It is the …

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Starling

Like the bands appearing out of the Halifax picture that produced Sloan, Canadian power poppers Starling shaped in Ottawa in 1997 like a cooperation between guitarist/vocalist/songwriter Ian LeFeuvre (ex-Fun for Malakai) and drummer Peter Von Althen (ex-Skydiggers). As both improved their musicianship (and LeFeuvre his songwriting), they extended their lineup …

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Emma Peel

Acquiring their name in the Avengers heroine, New York’s Emma Peel off had been a trashy punk quintet with a particular twanginess that gained them comparisons towards the Geraldine Fibbers. Guitarist Kurt Wolf was the group’s best-known member, having spent period with noise-rock symbols Pussy Galore and Employer Hog furthermore …

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Egon

Appearing out of Texas in 1996, Egon began their job the same manner they would preserve it, with out a regular bassist. Known for his or her Spinal Tap-esque issues with keeping a normal bass participant, the primary of the group was still there by means of guitarist Victor Talamantes. …

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Evan Cater

Evan Cater is a freelance article writer from Chicago. He’s also an acting professional and playwright, having acted in a few 20-plus takes on. His writings have already been created on-stage and cable. Tori Amos, Small Earthquakes. When it made an appearance in the first ’90s, she was a fresh …

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