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Let’s Get Out of This Terrible Sandwich Shop

Primarily the solo project of Second City’s Tony Mendoza but ultimately expanding to add other Chicago-based improv veterans like Joanna Beuse, Thea Lux, and Tom Vale, the self-dubbed “goof-pop” group Let’s Escape This Terrible Sandwich Shop (frequently abbreviated mainly because LGOOTTSS) began formulating using their make of Apples in Stereo-meets-They …

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Sundelles

Like a quantity of acts that surfaced in ’09 2009 and 2010 — a few of them even sporting names inspired by surf culture (think Best Coast and Beach Fossils) — the Sundelles appear to be they came straight from the beach. Using their shambling, reverb-kissed, Brian Wilson-influenced pop music, …

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Tom Bryant

While Silent Bob may be the comedy alter ego of movie director Kevin Smith, the greater eloquent but frequently inaudible Whispering Bob is a music group, of the type that is much more likely to perform within a bedroom for the advantage of cheap tape saving equipment then over the …

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Peter Silberman

Vocalist/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Peter Silberman was raised in upstate NY and began tinkering with house saving in his past due teens. Silberman had taken particular motivation from records created by the Microphones, and followed a few of their lo-fi methods into his very own homemade sound masterpieces. In 2006, Silberman released his …

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The Kamikaze Hearts

Albany, NY-based quartet Kamikaze Hearts plied the best yet informal mixture of indie and Americana. Led by Matthew Loiacono, the music group also included Gaven Richard, Bob Buckley, and Troy Pohl. A self-released, eponymous EP made an appearance in 2000, but quickly dropped out of printing. It was changed in …

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Woods

Founded being a part task by Meneguar’s Jeremy Earl, Woods began being a solitary documenting task in 2005. Earl documented the debut Woods discharge, How exactly to Survive In/In the Woods, a dual cassette that made an appearance for the Fuckittapes label, soon after the project’s inception. The project’s acoustic-leaning …

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Lys Guillorn

Avant-folkie Lys Guillorn (Liss Guh-LORN) released a self-titled work in Springtime 2003 around the Connecticut indie Small Cowgirl. Prior to going single, Guillorn performed in the Danbury, CT-based Jargon Culture, a “chamber punk” combo that included a cello. On her behalf single bow, the songwriter performed a lot of the …

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Sam D’Angelo

Sam D’Angelo led the ’80s indie rock-band Sister Ray until its 1990 separation, before returning years later on in 2002 like a single artist. Located in Youngstown, OH, D’Angelo founded Sister Ray in 1985 alongside his sibling Joe. The garage area punk music group released several records, including an individual …

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Buzz King

Much less a “music group” when compared to a snarking one-off, Hype King was the consequence of four close friends getting jointly for a day to record. The namesake vocalist, bassist Steve Christensen, guitarist Paul Bauman, and drummer Chris Lovejoy (the last mentioned two of whom had been simultaneously serving …

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Cornish in a Turtleneck

Cornish inside a Turtleneck was shaped in 1997 by Ypsilanti, MI, students Tim Schreiber and Eric Oakes, and bassist Juan Garcia joined up with in 1998. The group combined their affinity for psychedelic rock and roll and pop having a cellar four-track recording visual. Cornish’s lo-fi audio is a part …

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