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Bill Baird

Texas native Costs Baird is a prolific, multifaceted musician and a D.We.Y. designer/inventor/technologist. He’s done multi-media artwork installations, music video clips, independent film ratings, and different experimental sound recordings and live functions (including “Compumonium,” using what he phone calls his laptop computer ensemble). He’s also released music under his personal …

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EAR PWR

Having a blistering yet playful sonic attack to competitor fellow indie rock and roll reconstructionists Go! Group, EAR PWR stability melody and experimentation, twee and tobacco, all using the spirit of the 1980s acid home smiley encounter. The music flies fast and furious in continuous matches of ecstasy with vocalist …

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Rollin Hunt

Somewhere within the cassette goth of Vex Ruffin as well as the chillwave of Ariel Pink stands Chicago’s Rollin Hunt. Like a media professional operating a day work as a creation developer, the eccentric designer created materials in his bedroom in his down-time, occasionally forgoing a four-track to record right …

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Floating Action

Playing rootsy, literate, and emotionally wealthy indie pop with solid components of R&B and world music, Floating Actions can be an ongoing task led by musician and songwriter Seth Kauffman, who overdubs himself right into a one-man strap on Floating Action’s recordings and may be the frontman from the lineup …

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Chain & the Gang

Supplying a funky, stripped-down fusion of indie pop, funk, garage area punk, and lo-fi experimentalism, String & the Gang certainly are a vehicle for the thoughts and talents of Ian Svenonius — musician, article author, actor, Internet speak show sponsor, and frontman using the teams Nation of Ulysses, the Make-Up, …

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Blank Dogs

To contact the one-man task Empty Canines prolific is a little bit of an understatement. Although Empty Dogs produces have been from the small-potatoes range (being released on several small independent brands), they have already been several and critically well received: 2007 noticed many of the project’s produces on essential …

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James Ferraro

Cult hero Adam Ferraro is a prolific, wildly unstable artist that has been in charge of a huge selection of recordings spanning many styles since debuting within experimental sound duo the Skaters through the mid-2000s. Ferraro and cohort Spencer Clark released a large number of extremely hissy tapes, CD-Rs, and …

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Andrew Cedermark

Glen Rock and roll, New Jersey-born singer/songwriter and ex-Titus Andronicus guitarist Andrew Cedermark presents up homespun, tough and ready stories of existence, love, loss, and displacement that toe the line between lo-fi, bedroom indie pop, and full-on heartland rock and roll. Cedermark released a break up 7″ with fellow Backyard …

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The Love Language

North Carolina-based lo-fi indie rock and roll outfit Love Vocabulary were shaped in Raleigh simply by singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Stuart McLamb following some false starts, crisis, and general malcontent that found out the recently reformed artist prepared to embrace a wholesome, less destructive life-style. Recorded, created, and stated in a space for …

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Wavves

Called for his concern with the ocean, Wavves, the skuzzy task of NORTH PARK slacker Nathan Williams, is definitely a mixture of distorted no-fi and processed sunshiny melodies. Charmingly messy, the majority of his lyrics, while hard to decipher, generally revolve round the topics of weed, boredom, as well as …

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