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The Recoys

Washington, D.C.-centered indie rock-band the Recoys played out stripped-down, deliberately primitive garage-influenced rock & roll fortified with a lot of reverb along with a side order of cheeky swagger. The Recoys had been created in 1996 by vocalist and guitarist Hamilton Leithauser and guitarist Peter Bauer, who experienced known each …

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The Natural History

The Natural Background are a NY City-based trio, featuring brothers Maximum Tepper on guitar/vocals and Julian Tepper on bass, with drummer Derek Vockins because the just other member. Maximum Tepper and drummer Vockins experienced both been playing in emo-rock/math-rock rings (much like Don Caballero and Fugazi), before their shared interests …

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Mellowdrone

Although Venezuelan-born, Miami-bred guitarist and lead singer of Mellowdrone, Jonathan Bates, have been playing the instrument since a kid, it wasn’t until he surely got to Berklee School of Music that he realized he was just a technically proficient guitarist, and didn’t actually know very much about music. At age …

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Every Move a Picture

The dance post-punk stylings of San Francisco’s Every Move an image initially materialized around vocalist/guitarist Brent Messenger, bassist Joey Fredrick, and drummer Dan Aquino. Child years close friends Messenger and Fredrick have been playing in a variety of bands through the entire early 2000s (sometimes with Aquino), but Every Move …

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She Wants Revenge

LA DJs Justin Warfield and Adam “Adam 12” Bravin formed the moody, Pleasure Division-inspired She Desires Revenge in 2003. A fortuitous mix of person to person, industry cable connections, and airplay on Sirius Satellite television Radio and Western world Coast airwave large KCRW supplied the duo with more than enough …

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Film School

Motivated by post-punk, wish pop, and some electronica, the San Francisco-via-New York quintet Film Classes started because the brainchild of vocalist/guitarist Krayg Burton (aka Greg Bertens), who started recording beneath the Film Classes name in the past due ’90s. After launching the I’m NO LONGER WORKING 7″ on MeToo! Information, …

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Mobius Band

Named following the geometrical term for any non-orientable surface area that can’t be embedded inside a planes, the Mobius Band’s music is usually similarly hard to put, lying somewhere within bittersweet indie rock and roll, electronic pop, and alt-country leanings. The music group, which features Peter Sax, Noam Schatz, and …

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Hot Cross

A seething mass of hardcore energy and screamo vocals, Philadelphia’s Hot Mix certainly are a fortuitous collision of skill from a small number of noteworthy punk rings, including users of Saetia, Southpaw, Joshua Match for Fight, You and We, and Off Small, although group’s music has were able to steer …

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Life Without Buildings

Named following a Japan B-side, Lifestyle Without Buildings actually drew a bit more from many post-punk rings and another that their name appeared to recognize: Talking Minds. Formed through the summertime of 1999 on the Glasgow College of Artwork, Will Bradley (drums), Chris Evans (bass), Robert Johnston (electric guitar), and …

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Franz Ferdinand

Glasgow’s art-damaged rock and roll quartet Franz Ferdinand — named for the Austro-Hungarian Archduke whose murder sparked Globe War I actually — feature bassist Bob Hardy, guitarist Nick McCarthy, drummer Paul Thomson, and vocalist/guitarist Alex Kapranos. In past due 2001, Kapranos and Hardy got begun focusing on music jointly when …

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