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Swag

A supergroup made up of many veteran music artists, Swag has a rousing mixture of power pop and indie rock and roll. In 1996, keyboardist Jerry Dale McFadden (Sixpence non-e the Richer) fulfilled guitarist Robert Reynolds (the Mavericks) while their two rings were touring jointly. Their similar passions prompted them …

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Bumblebeez

Not to end up being confused using the children’s artists from the same name, the Bumblebeez hail from Braidwood, a little city in Australia’s New Southern Wales place, and art a cut’n’paste collision of noisy hip-hop and rock and roll. Producer/vocalist/multi-instrumentalist Chris Colonna may be the architect from the Bumblebeez’ …

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Troy Taroy

Singer/songwriter/movie director Troy Taroy does not have a partner because he’s “D.We.Y. completely.” The ironic, literate, and nerd-fun Taroy offered time in a few of Los Angeles’ top never-heard-of-thems (the DINING AREA Established, Chika Chika, Cody ChesnuTT, as well as the L.A. Moments) before stunning from his very own in …

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The Story So Far

Composed of previous associates of 88 Fingertips Louie, King for the Day, and Tomorrow’s Eliminated, the five associates of the Tale So Far met up in July of 1999 and started playing shows using the Suicide Devices, Child Dynamite, and Boy Pieces Fire, amongst others. Thier debut EP, When Lot …

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Jock Scot

Once referred to as a provider of “great vibes” to a bunch of punk-era performers just like the Clash, Ian Dury, Wreckless Eric, as well as the B-52’s, Jock Scot established himself in the ’80s and ’90s simply because sort of raconteur rock and roll poet using a wry, boho …

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Monrad & Rislund

The Denmark comedy duo of Monrad & Rislund hit their country’s charts in past due 1996 using the album Knepper De?, documented for the EMI-Medley label.

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Terry & Gerry

Although they hardly ever broke to commercial success, Terry & Gerry were among England’s most exciting bands from the ’80s. Their demonstration tape led to a high-profile BBC program with popular disk jockey and maker John Peel off and trips in Holland, Belgium, america, and the uk. Created in the …

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Male Bonding

Male Bonding certainly are a three-piece lo-fi indie rock-band that shaped in the London part of Dalston. Comprising John Arthur Webb (acoustic guitar and vocals), Kevin Hendrick (bass and vocals), and Robin Silas Christian (drums), the music group first made an appearance in the springtime of 2008 carrying out live …

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Dave Brockie

Comedy steel troupe the Dave Brockie Knowledge includes vocalist/bassist Dave Brockie (also an associate of GWAR), guitarist Mike Derks, and drummer Brad Roberts, who endeavored to splice the disparate strains of hard rock and roll and steel with humor. After debuting with 2001’s self-explanatory Diarrhea of the Madman, the group …

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Gimma

Gimma is a Swiss rapper of regional dialect who have broke to mainstream achievement in 2006 with the very best Ten solitary “Hymna” from his fourth recording, We Gega d’Schwiiz. Furthermore to his single output, he’s an associate of the group OBK and associated with the Bauers collective, which also …

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