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Concerto for Constantine

Before coming jointly to create Concerto for Constantine, the members of the Dublin rock and roll trio were currently veterans from the Irish indie scene — Tag Greaney (vocals, guitar) was the frontman for JJ72; Gavin Fox (bass) was a previous member of Convert, Idlewild, and Vega 4; while Paul …

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My Best Fiend

Brooklyn’s epic psychedelic rockers My Ideal Fiend shaped in 2004, when vocalists/multi-instrumentalists Fred Coldwell, Kris Lindblade, and Gary Tedder and drummer Joe Noll started playing and recording demos collectively. Forging an expansive audio that evoked Spiritualized and Explosions in the Sky aswell as even more down-to-earth performers like Tom Petty, …

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White Fang

The associates of Portland, Oregon’s Light Fang, a punk-noise quartet using a wild, thrashy sound and a prodigious D.We.Y. output, produced the group in 2005 while these were still in senior high school. Bandmates Erik Gage, Kyle Handley, Jimmy Leslie, and Chris Uehlein released their debut LP, Pure Bad, in …

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Mugwump

Acquiring the name of the figure from William S. Burroughs’ reserve Naked Lunchtime, Mugwump is normally a Belgian DJ, manufacturer, and party promoter who prefers large beats, large bass, and large reverb. He was raised while his homeland was at the guts of the brand new Beat motion, the somewhat …

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Orpheum Bell

Ann Arbor, MI-based Orpheum Bell describe their music as “nation & eastern,” referencing a combined mix of Americana and Eastern Western european influences. The music group was shaped after roommates Aaron Klein (vocals, banjo, acoustic guitar) and Serge vehicle der Voo (bass, percussion) fulfilled vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Merrill Hodnefield (vocals, …

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Andy Davis

Elevated in Baton Rouge, LA, Nashville-based alt-pop songwriter, singer, and pianist Andy Davis includes a strong, melodic feeling that harks back again to the classic composing of artists like Paul Simon, Billy Joel, and Stevie Wonder, and his distinctive tenor provides his compositions a lot of nuance and space to …

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Blip Blip Bleep

Blip Blip Bleep began while the solo task of New York-based songwriter Sean Han, who started saving beneath the name in 2006. Blip Blip Bleep’s debut EP, Cellular, was released prior to the 12 months was out, and Han, having recruited assistance from drummer Brett Thompson, began carrying out live …

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The Eye the Ear and the Arm

THE ATTENTION the Ear as well as the Arm play dark indie rock and roll with an focus on funk-informed rhythms and somewhat art-rock-influenced arrangements on the 2008 debut album, Pathways. Made up of the duo of guitarist Darin Green and bassist/vocalist Derek Coburn, their audio was done for the …

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Pentti Hietanen

Pentti Hietanen is a Finnish tenor vocalist who rose to TOP success throughout the turn from the hundred years with some stylistically varied albums. Blessed on Oct 7, 1958, in Tampere, Finland, he produced his record debut in 1998 with Katseesi Kertoo Sen on EMI. Following the humble success from …

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Dawn of Winter

After forming in 1990, Ludwigsburg, Germany’s Dawn of Wintertime toiled in obscurity for some from the ensuing decade, issuing demo after demo and a 1993 EP, rather aptly named Celebrate the Agony, where vocalist Gerrit Philipp Mutz, guitarist Jörg Michael Knittel, bassist Joachim Schmalzried, and drummer Oliver C. Schramm shown …

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