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Wesley Willis

Wesley Willis was a schizophrenic road singer who developed a little cult following along with his bizarre, three-chord rants about trivial everyday products, music, and folks he knew. Willis was found out singing within the roads of Chicago in the first ’90s. For the very first area of the 10 …

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Two Gallants

Simplicity is essential for the lo-fi mixture of folk/indie rock and roll from SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA duo Two Gallants. Acquiring their name from a Wayne Joyce short tale, Adam Stephens (vocals/acoustic guitar/harmonica) and Tyson Vogel (drums/vocals) have already been playing collectively as Two Gallants since 2002, sounding similar to …

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Say Hi to Your Mom

Vocalist/songwriter Eric Elbogen may be the mastermind behind Express Hi for your Mother, an indie rock and roll task formed in 2002 in Elbogen’s local New York, NY. Elbogen also founded Euphobia Information that same season as an wall socket release a his information, the to begin that was the …

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Cessna

Cessna’s quirk of heartfelt electric guitar pop stuck out between the surrounding reputation of Finland’s dark metal scene if they debuted using the 1997 EP Vacation On Ice. Pursuing that year using a dual three-inch Compact disc entitled Bordeaux, Sami (vocals/electric guitar), Jani (drums), Tomi (electric guitar) and Kimmo (bass) …

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Eric’s Trip

Something of the same Eastern Canada indie rock community which also gave rise towards the outstanding Jale and Sloan, the noise-pop quartet Eric’s Trip shaped in Moncton, New Brunswick in 1990. The group, which required their name from a Sonic Youngsters song, brought collectively several longtime veterans from the Moncton …

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Further

Led by brothers Brent and Darren Rademaker, the mid-’90s indie pop outfit Further changed from a youthful strap, Shadowland, who released a set of albums for the Geffen label before becoming fallen and changing their name and sound. Whereas Shadowland had been located in ’60s music, Further had been more …

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Centro-Matic

A prolific, eclectic, alt-country music group located in Denton, Tx, Centro-Matic began in 1995 like a part task for singer/songwriter and guitarist Can Johnson. Though Centro-Matic released several singles that 12 months, it wasn’t until 1997 that this project started to resemble a full-fledged group. After documenting the 23-track debut …

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The Philistines Jr.

Brothers Tarquin and Peter Katis and drummer Adam Pierce constitute the fun and eclectic ferris steering wheel ride this is the Philistines Jr. The homegrown task has been heading since 1990, and the next year saw the discharge of the debut EP, a 12″ name Greenwich, CT. Three singles and …

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Greg Ashley

Alongside fronting the Gris Gris and working the Creamery recording studio, singer, songwriter, and guitarist Greg Ashley also performs like a single artist, focusing on the delicately trippy psych-folk that occasionally gets into his band’s louder, more unstable music. Past due in 2003, Birdman released his debut recording, Medicine Fuck …

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Floored

The San Francisco-based noise pop trio Floored (comprising Michele Fialer, Jeanne McKinney, and Terri Weist) originally called themselves Ford, but changed their name before their first album, 1996’s This Color Is Bittersweet, premiered. A assortment of 18 untitled music and sound fragments, This Color Is certainly Bittersweet is somewhere within …

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