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Tamar Kaprelian

Vocalist/songwriter Tamar Kaprelian got her big break after being successful OneRepublic’s “Apologize” Cover Competition on YouTube in 2008. The cover tune premiered as an individual and OneRepublic lead Ryan Tedder launched Kaprelian to Interscope, who ultimately authorized her to a documenting contract. Created in Scottsdale, AZ, the Armenian-American Kaprelian was …

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Post War Years

Post Battle Years certainly are a moody post-punk and synth pop-leaning ensemble from London, Britain. Shaped in Royal Leamington Health spa in 2008, the music group features vocalist/guitarist Simon Critten, vocalist/keyboardist/guitarist Henry Riggs, vocalist/bassist Thomas O’Hares, and drummer Fredrick McLaren. In ’09 2009, the music group signed with Tough Trade …

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Dan Michaelson & the Coastguards

Dan Michaelson & the Coastguards certainly are a part task for Dan Michaelson, business lead singer for the U.K. music group Absentee. Following the launch of Schmotime in 2006, Michaelson published several tunes that didn’t match Absentee’s audio and made a decision to use the items for any part project …

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Julia Stone

Australian singer/songwriter Julia Rock spent her formative years in the town of Newport (only north of Sydney) with her brother Angus. Having been elevated within a musical home (her parents performed being a folk duo), it wasn’t a long time before Julia and her sibling began playing aswell. The duo …

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Arthur Lee Harper

Arthur Lee Harper’s short profession began and ended in the later ’60s with a set of gently psychedelic folk albums recorded for Lee Hazlewood’s LHI Information. Using a hushed, high tenor tone of voice that was nearly apologetically close, he sang music of love, tranquility, and harmony which were sometimes …

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Aesthetic Education

When attitudinizing Ukrainian rockers Aesthetic Education (after that spelled “Esthetic Education”) hit the picture in 2004, with Brit-pop is better than, misplaced melodies, and a contemptuous persona, they truly became darlings from the mass media, hailed as the brand new intelligent tone of voice of post-Soviet rock and roll music. …

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