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Quiet Company

Hailing from Austin, Tx, spirited, emotionally participating, melodic indie rock and roll outfit Calm Company, who’ve attracted comparisons to everyone from Death Cab for Cutie to Shiny Eyes, were shaped by singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Taylor Glen Muse after stints in various other bands, like the Connotations, Uncle Andrew, and Eisley. In 2005, …

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The Middle East

Created in 2005 with a collective of first-year university students in Townsville, Australia, the center East focus on lush, orchestral indie pop that mixes the epic atmospherics of contemporary rock and roll outfits like Mum and Sigur Rós using the earthy simplicity of contemporary indie folk functions like Bon Iver, …

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Sibylle Baier

German singer/songwriter Sibylle Baier’s 1 contribution towards the early-’70s underground folk picture was recorded in her house on a vintage reel-to-reel machine. Her earnest and stoic vocals, aswell as her reflective compositions, had been much like contemporaries such as for example Nico, Vashti Bunyan, and Anne Briggs, however the achieved …

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David A. Jaycock

A talented British multi-instrumentalist and songwriter, Manchester-based David A. Jaycock’s persuasive mixture of pastoral, guitar-led British folk and shape-shifting experimental space rock and roll invokes titles like John Fahey, Incredible String Music group, Bert Jansch, Six Organs of Admittance, and Wayne Yorkston. A dynamic person in the freak folk collective …

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Tarkio

Created in 1996 in the faculty town of Missoula, MT, Tarkio, called for a little city in the traditional western area of the condition, presented the talents of guitarist Gibson Hartwell, bass player Louis Stein, drummer Brian Collins, pedal metal player Kevin Suggs, and singer/songwriter and long term Decemberist Colin …

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Spooky Men’s Chorale

The eclectic choral ensemble referred to as the Spooky Men’s Chorale was formed in 2011 by Stephen Taberner, a fresh Zealand native surviving in Australia. Component severe men’s choir, component choral pranksters, Taberner’s part as “spookmeister” (choirmaster) of the group started while he was surviving in the Blue Mountains area …

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Monika Martin

Recognized to her fans as Der Stille Star (we.e., the Silent Celebrity), Monika Martin can be an Austrian schlager vocalist with an extended history of hitmaking, heading completely back again to her 1996 debut solitary, “La Luna Blu.” Though generally categorized as schlager, she may also be regarded as among …

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Birthmark

The solo project of Nate Kinsella, formerly of Joan of Arc, Make Believe, and Decembers Architects and cousin of brothers Mike and Tim Kinsella, Birthmark finds the multi-instrumentalist striking from his own and looking for his own sound. Textural and split, the project originally began when Kinsella was wanting to …

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Julian Plenti

The alter ego of Interpol’s Paul Banks, Julian Plenti’s musical career is in fact slightly longer than that of Banks’ other project: Banks conceived of Plenti in 1996 and began performing as an acoustic solo artist in 1998, playing venues like the Knitting Factory and Tobacco Road. He continuing writing …

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Westworld

Metallic supergroup WestWorld was shaped in 1997 by TNT frontman Tony Harnell, Riot guitarist Tag Reale, Danger Risk bassist Bruno Ravel and erstwhile Blackmore’s Night time drummer John O’Reilly. Their self-titled debut LP made an appearance the following 12 months.

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