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Led with the vocals and guitar of Joey Eppard, 3 also included Chris Gartmann (drums), Billy Riker (guitar), and Joe Cuchelo (bass). The music group surfaced from Woodstock, NY, in the first ’90s, just with time to grab an area on the reconstituted Woodstock music celebration of 1994. That publicity …

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Morning

Appearing out of the ashes of Psychosis in 1999, Morning was shaped by Saskia van Heugten and Mauro Pi. They recruited Stijn Bannier, Jerry Jacobs, and Jamal Marquardt to full the lineup. The next year, Marquardt still left the group, getting changed by Pol Bannier. They added Gilles truck Hoof …

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Dead Heart Bloom

Dead Center Bloom may be the group name for the single profession of singer/songwriter Boris Skalsky, who was simply a singer, bass participant, and keyboard participant in the Washington, D.C.-structured band Phaser in the first many years of the 21st century. Following the break up of Phaser, Skalsky holed up …

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Sissy Wish

Norwegian pop artist Sissy Wish (aka Siri Wålberg) produced her debut using the 6 Feet High EP in 2003. As an unsigned designer she received very much attention and publicity on Norwegian radio and in early 2005, she received a Norwegian Grammy for the debut recording YOU MIGHT Breathe (2004). …

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Akin Eldes

Turkish guitar heroes were not as lucky as their colleagues overseas. Solo record offers have become hard to acquire, label managers are clueless plenty of to inform them what things to play, due to financial problems they can not find appropriate possibilities to record and side-projects are unavoidable. In that …

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Javelin

Produced in 2005 by cousins Tom Truck Buskirk and George Langford, Brooklyn, New York-based indie electronic duo Javelin crafts cool, abstract, R&B-flavored pop with an focus on painstakingly re-created samples and loops. The band’s 2009 self-released assortment of demos (Jamz n Jemz) and couple of Thrill Jockey 12″s (Javelin, NUMBER …

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John Maus

When John Maus (never to end up being confused using the John Maus of Walker Brothers popularity) wasn’t performing keyboards for Pet Collective, Panda Carry, and Haunted Graffiti, he was composing and saving his own hermetic, experimental, and quite often misunderstood compositions. Sketching on performers like David Bowie, Scott Walker, …

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The Press

Created in Boston before shifting to Atlanta in 2005, spirited indie rock and roll foursome the Press rotate vocal duties, swap tools from song to song, and mix pop/rock and roll using their art rock and roll. They documented their 1st two produces, the Noxious Saucy Beast EP as well …

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Evanscapps

The really difficult rock duo EvansCapps was formed being a side project by bassist Ean Evans, an associate of Lynyrd Skynyrd since 2001, and keyboardist Bobby Capps, an associate of .38 Special since 1999, following the two met throughout a joint tour by their bands in 2003. Evans and Capps …

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Neverending White Lights

Neverending White Lighting is a collaboration of types between Daniel Victor and a bunch of Canadian and American vocalists that got its initial exposure in 2005. The format consists of Victor handling every one of the musical responsibilities and the visitor stars offering the vocals. The debut, Action I: Goodbye …

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