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Sheer Mag

Coming on just like a soulful yet unholy amalgamation from the Mekons, Slim Lizzy, the Jackson 5, as well as the MC5, Pennsylvania’s Utter Mag distill big ’70s riffs and garage area punk attitude right into a hook-filled, lo-fi dance get together. The band shaped in Philadelphia in 2014 across …

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Dinner

Dinner’s gritty however glamorous synth pop may be the task of Danish maker/vocalist Anders Rhedin, who also spends his amount of time in LA, Berlin, and Copenhagen. A previous person in Choir of Small Believers, Rhedin started Dinner using the purpose of another person singing his tunes, however when he …

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Chandos

Angular punk trio Chandos were shaped in past due 2010 by 3 roommates, drummer Julian Moore, singer/guitarist Dan Coulson, and bassist Sean Tracy. The bandmembers all was raised playing music in the D.We.Y. moments of Boston and New Hampshire, and quickly created a audio that got cues through the energy …

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Your Old Droog

Coney Island-based rapper Your Aged Droog found national attention using the low-key online discharge of the stellar self-titled EP in Apr of 2014. The MC’s raspy tone of voice, effortless stream, and distinctively East Coastline style resulted in great issue and speculation that Your Aged Droog was in fact an …

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Pears

New Orleans punk quartet Pears blasted onto the picture in 2014 using their short bursts of hardcore fury. Produced by Zach Quinn (vocals) and Brian Pretus (electric guitar) — both previously from the Lollies — Pears also counted Alex Talbot (bass) and John Bourgeois (drums) in the initial lineup. They …

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Separations

A melodic electro-metalcore quintet based away of Atlanta, Georgia, Separations formed in 2014 across the skills of vocalist Can Crafton, guitarists Myles Priest and Tyler Whitfield, bassist Brenden Worthington, and drummer Thomas Pinson. Having a lethal mixture of sonic heft and pop acumen, Separations lost little time producing their mark …

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Mini-Mekons

Mini-Mekons was the moniker used to recognize an abbreviated edition from the enduring U.K. folk-punk group the Mekons if they set out on the 2014 tour of Scotland in tandem using the American vocalist and songwriter Robbie Fulks. Featuring longtime Mekons users Jon Langford (vocals, acoustic guitar, percussion), Sally Timms …

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Adonisaurus

As freaky and cool as Hot Chip hung through to prog rock, SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA duo Adonisaurus came jointly in 2008. It had been then that people Derek Schmidt and Danyol Leon uncovered their similar loves of Soft Cell, Diplo, and disco, therefore they shaped Adonisaurus, originally an “analog …

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Howard Eynon

Australian actor-turned-musician Howard Eynon spent the majority of his childhood on the farm in rural Tasmania before leaving for Melbourne at age 17 to try his hand at theater. Through the entire ’70s and early ’80s Eynon worked well in little productions around Melbourne, going after music mainly as a …

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Sky Chefs

Sky Chefs is a smart and idiosyncratic indie pop task led by songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Dale Nicholls. As a kid, Nicholls learned to try out acoustic guitar from his mom, while his dad caused Desi Arnaz’s music group. A wandering minstrel of intelligent pop, Nicholls once was the leader from …

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