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Saturnine

Indie pop music group Saturnine shaped in NY in 1994 when singer/guitarist Matt Gallaway and bassist Mike Donofrio met while learning regulation. After enlisting drummer Jim Harwood and guitarist Jennifer Baron, the group released their debut EP, Autoglider; their full-length debut, Wreck at Pillar Stage, adopted in 1995. Flags for …

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Mark Mulcahy

Comparable to the Jonathan Richman of jangle pop, Tag Mulcahy is really a singer, guitarist, and songwriter who comes from New Britain. Mulcahy first increased to prominence within the ’80s along with his music group Magic Legion, who released a string of albums up with the mid-’90s prior to the …

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The Wee Turtles

Athens, GA indie pop quartet the Wee Turtles was formed in the summertime of 1998 by vocalist/guitarist Jon Croxton, guitarist Brian Crews, bassist Robbie Beers, and drummer Phil Horan. Called honoring a quote in the Simpsons’ Groundskeeper Willie — “EASILY don’t conserve the wee turtles, who’ll?” — the group released …

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The Jasmine Minks

Most known to be among the first rings in Alan McGee’s Creation label, the Jasmine Minks were formed in early-’80s London. Originally a trio focused around vocalist Jim Shepard, the music group went through many lineup shuffles throughout their extended, bumpy, and eventually resilient background. The band’s different musical passions, …

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John & Mary

Guitarist John Lombardo, a founding person in 10,000 Maniacs, and Mary Ramsey, a classically trained violinist from age five, formed being a duo in Buffalo. Lombardo’s rock and roll motivation and Ramsey’s folk and traditional influences produced them a favorite local action. With creation help from Mitch Easter, John & …

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Dramarama

Blending hard rock and roll wallop, alternative rock and roll smarts, force pop songcraft, and punk rock and roll urgency, Dramarama was a music group who seemed around the verge of a significant commercial breakthrough many times throughout their 11-12 months job. Puzzlingly, it by no means arrived, although music …

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G.W. McLennan

b. 12 Feb 1958, Rockhampton, Queensland, Australia, d. 6 Might 2006, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. McLennan found prominence within the 80s as you fifty percent of the celebrated Go-Betweens’ composing group with Robert Forster. From then on band known as the first 1 / 2 of their profession each day in …

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Dreams So Real

Among the lesser-known electric guitar pop rings to emerge from the fertile Athens, GA, music picture from the mid-’80s, Dreams Thus True formed in 1984. Vocalist/guitarist Barry Marler fulfilled bassist Trent Allen and drummer Drew Worsham in an area record shop, and in just a calendar year the trio released …

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The Dream Syndicate

Dream Syndicate are in the building blocks (together with the Velvet Underground, the Stooges, and R.E.M.) of modern alternative music due to the fact at that time when most rings were tinkering with brand-new technology, the Syndicate deigned to recreate your guitar. Fronted by Steve Wynn (b. Feb. 21, 1960) …

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Game Theory

A singularly intelligent and imaginative pop music group, Game Theory attracted bit more than a keen cult following throughout their original life expectancy of 1982 to 1990. However the band’s hooky but unconventional melodies, literate and frequently witty lyrics, and crafty method of preparations and aural montage established them far …

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