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The Barr Brothers

Built throughout the evocative vocals and songwriting of Brad Barr as well as the sturdy and studious drumming of his sibling Andrew, Montreal-based Americana/folk-rock quartet the Barr Brothers had been formed in 2006 following the dissolution from the siblings’ avant-rock trio the Slide. Originally structured out of Boston, Massachusetts, the …

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AC Berkheimer

AC Berkheimer shaped in Rotterdam, Netherlands in 2005 with vocalists/guitarists Gwendolien and Valentijn, bassist Dagmar, and drummer Remco. Getting started with a audio pretty much rooted in shoegaze, the music group evolved during the period of the following couple of years into an intense, angular, melancholy affair comparable to acts …

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LoveLikeFire

Vocalist/guitarist Ann Yu — who also had spent time coping with Ronnie Vannucci from the Killers — and drummer/keyboardist David Farrell were going to leave SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA for LA if they discovered a nice-looking band-wanted advertisement from guitarist/keyboardist Ted Parker. The threesome continued to be in SAN FRANCISCO …

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Social Studies

San Francisco’s brainy indie pop combo Sociable Research feature vocalist/keyboardist Natalia Rogovin and drummer Michael Jirkovsky. Rogovin, an Oregon-born classically qualified pianist, and Jirkovsky, who spent his youngsters playing in Chicago punk rings, met while going to university in Santa Cruz, California and created Social Studies if they relocated to …

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Land of Talk

Land of Chat features Elizabeth Powell (vocals/electric guitar), a ex – punk who all got her begin using her own anti-folk anthems on the neighborhood picture of Guelph, Ontario, during her mid-teens. Upon her university years, with stints using the Aaron Riches Nuclear Family members Band as well as the …

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The Manhattan Love Suicides

The Manhattan Like Suicides wish to party like it’s 1986 — specifically C86, the legendary NME freebie cassette which has since end up being the primary touchstone from the U.K. indie picture. Having a audio directly influenced by famous brands the Jesus and Mary String, the Store Assistants, as well …

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Julie Sokolow

Armed with only a guitar, an Apple G4 laptop, along with a brittle alto that bore a stunning similarity to Chan Marshall’s, Pittsburgh musician Julie Sokolow documented and created her first full-length launch all on her behalf own. That recording, Something About Violins, premiered on Western Vinyl fabric in 2006.

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Sarah Blasko

Australian songwriter Sarah Blasko found its way to the U.S. in 2005 having a pedigree that couldn’t become overlooked: trailing a summary of ARIA Award nominations within the categories of Greatest Album, Greatest Female Artist, Greatest Breakthrough Designer, and Greatest Pop Launch, she also recognized herself — and perked in …

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Muggabears

Noted because of their close similarity to classic sounds and indie rock and roll bands such as for example Pavement and Sonic Youth, Brooklyn-based trio the Muggabears are guitarist/vocalist Travis Johnson, bassist Emily Ambruso, and drummer Kevin Murphy. Johnson got started the music group using a different lineup while participating …

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