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White Magic

Brooklyn’s dark indie folk duo White colored Magic features singer/guitarist/pianist Mira Billotte and guitarist Doug Shaw. Ahead of White colored Magic, Billotte performed in Quix*o*tic with her sister Christina (also of Slant 6); the initial version from the music group also included drummer/bassist Miggy Littleton, also of Ida, and guitarist/drummer …

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Dios

Hawthorne, CA’s Dios includes guitarists/vocalists Kevin and Joel Morales, bassist John Paul Caballero, keyboardist Jimmy Cabeza DeVaca, and drummer Jackie Monzon. The music group hails from exactly the same city that spawned the Seaside Children, Emitt Rhodes, and Dark Flag, as well as the previous two performers’ trippy wistfulness, as …

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F.Y.P

A great, humorous, and essential punk rock-band from Torrance, CA (a suburb of L.A.), F.Con.P (aka Five 12 months Strategy) was the brainchild of Todd Congelliere, who wrote a lot of the tunes and was the only real constant member through the entire band’s constantly rotating solid. F.Con.P released several …

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Feaze

Teen-punk combo Feaze was founded in Champaign-Urbana, IL in 1997 by singer/guitarist Kayla Dark brown, bassist Carrie Vocalist and drummer Tonie Sadler, all only 13 yrs . old during the band’s formation. Growing from the neighborhood teen corporation Girlzone, the trio quickly landed opening slot machines for area performers including …

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Endpoint

Endpoint was the definitive Midwestern hardcore music group throughout a lot of the ’90s, leading the charge for progressive, positive, empowering politics with uplifting, cathartic anthem after anthem championing the oppressed as well as the free-thinking privileges of the average person. Their sound advanced from moshable, singalong-inducing hardcore intensely influenced …

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Cobra Verde

Although some first became alert to Cleveland’s Cobra Verde if they joined forces with Robert Pollard in Guided by Voices, they’re definitely not simply any kind of ordinary backing band. They increased from your ashes from the out-of-control Loss of life of Samantha, which released three full-length albums and something …

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Robots in Disguise

A not atypical ironically tinged electro clothing from Liverpool, Robots In Disguise formed in 2000. Once presented as extras in this program The Mighty Boosh, users Dee Plume (vocals and acoustic guitar) and Sue Denim (vocals and bass acoustic guitar) released their 1st item, the EP Blend Up Terms and …

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Doug Martsch

Created to Spill’s Doug Martsch finally produced room for the solo profession in early 2002. This vocalist/songwriter was an underground, cult hero one of the indie audience, but allowed his eclectic aspect to stand out in the discharge of Now YOU UNDERSTAND that fall. Agreed upon to Warner Bros., Martsch …

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Ben Lee

Inside a music culture dominated by bands, Ben Lee turned heads when you are among the youngest singer/songwriters to create an impression within the Australian music scene. Actually before the release of his single career, Lee captivated interest in his teenagers as an associate from the Sydney music group Noise …

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Catatonia

Probably the most traditional pop band of all Welsh bands to emerge within the post-Brit-pop times of the mid-’90s, Catatonia reworked the sound of jangling later-’80s alternative rock using a punchy, amateurish indie rock attack. Made up of vocalist Cerys Matthews, guitarist/vocalist Tag Roberts, guitarist Owen, bassist Paul Jones, and …

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