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Aparecidos

Brothers Santiago and Facundo Moreno hail from Buenos Aires, but still left Argentina in the first 2000s, reportedly driven to consider foreign shores by their country’s overall economy. Given subsequent financial advancements, one might question if Italy was a sensible choice for immigration, but that is where the brothers arrived, …

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Eula

Post-punk three-piece Eula shaped while going to music college in Fresh Haven, Connecticut. Centered around the demonstration recordings and fiery tone of voice of guitarist Alyse Lamb, the group proceeded to go in a noisy, angular, indie rock and roll path when she asked bassist Jeff Maleri and drummer Nathan …

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Miaoux Miaoux

Miaoux Miaoux may be the overall performance pseudonym for Glasgow, Scotland-based vocalist/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist/maker Julian Corrie. Given birth to in Nottingham, Britain, he spent a part of his child years in Peru before learning sound anatomist in Britain and settling in Scotland to are a audio engineer using the BBC. His initial …

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The Method Actors

THE TECHNIQUE Actors, a critically adored post-punk/fresh wave music group from Athens, GA, was formed in 1979 by two members from the short-lived Tone-Tones: guitarist/vocalist Vic Varney and drummer/vocalist David Gamble. Though they gigged thoroughly throughout NEW YORK in a focused burst a couple of months shortly after developing, it …

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Afrojack

Nick Vehicle de Wall structure, aka Afrojack, joined Tiësto and Armin van Buuren in the type of globetrotting DJs, suppliers, and remixers to emerge from the burgeoning Dutch dance music picture. Given birth to in Spijkenisse in 1988, he started playing the piano at age group five, but after obtaining …

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Beaches

The neo-psych indie rock group Seashores were formed in Melbourne, Australia and released their first LP in 2008 for Mistletone Information. Antonia Sellbach (acoustic guitar/vocals), Alison Bolger (acoustic guitar/vocals), Ali McCann (acoustic guitar/vocals), Gill Tucker (bass/vocals), and Karla Method (drums/vocals) draw motivation from ’60s psych pop, ’90s shoegaze, Soaring Nun …

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Beth McKee

Beth McKee is a singer and songwriter who comes from Jackson, Mississippi, but was raised all around the American South. She takes on piano, body organ, and accordion aswell. Her music can be deeply affected by and steeped in the region’s wealthy musical history from blues and R&B to Cajun, …

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Toddla T

Sheffield-born DJ/producer Thomas Mackenzie Bell (aka Toddla T) fuses an eclectic mixture of digital styles, ensuring great vibes are felt about dancefloors and airwaves similar. Bell’s journey started at age group 14 when he used DJ’ing for the very first time, quickly securing models at local pubs and night clubs. …

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Bratko Bibič & the Madleys

Slovenian accordionist Bratko Bibič was an integral person in Begnagrad, a pioneering group that melded Eastern Western european folk music with avant-prog through the ’70s and ’80s, before he joined up with Swiss multi-instrumentalist Momo Rossel’s transatlantic Rock and roll in Opposition-flavored Nimal in the past due ’80s and Slovenian/American …

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Meridian Brothers

Bogota’s the Meridian Brothers will be the creation of Eblis Álvarez, who writes, arranges, makes, takes on, and sings everything on the recordings, though when the music group plays live he’s aided by other music artists. Their music is nearly unclassifiable, a bracing meld of digital and organic tools, affected …

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