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The Forecast

The first incarnation of indie rock quartet the Forecast came together in Peoria, IL, in 2001, made up of Dustin Addis (vocals/guitar), Rhys Miller (drums/vocals), Jared Grabb (guitar/vocals), and Marsha Satterfield (bass/vocals). The bandmembers required motivation from both their blue-collar root base and works like Braid, Rainer Maria, as well …

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Fionn Regan

IN THE UK, Fionn Regan was agreed upon to Bella Union, an atmospheric dream pop label owned by former Cocteau Twin Simon Raymonde and residential to acts like Robin Guthrie’s ultra-atmospheric Violet Indiana. In america, Fionn Regan was agreed upon to Shed Highway, an alternative solution country and root base …

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Tim Hecker

Montreal producer Tim Hecker built his preliminary breakthrough with experimental techno and IDM as Jetone, but followed with ambient music related to his true name. This experimental ambient function, released by Alien8 sublabel Substractif from past due 2001 with Haunt Me Haunt Me, REPEAT, won very much acclaim. In addition, …

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Aesop Rock

Building over the rapping design of eccentrics Kool Keith and Del the Funky Homosapien, Def Jux headliner Aesop Rock and roll became among the hottest MCs in the post-millennial underground. After a set of self-released LPs (Appleseed, Music for Earthworms), he documented Float for Mush in 2000. The previous Ian …

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Mormon Tabernacle Choir

The Mormon Tabernacle Choir made their public debut on August 22, 1847, simply 29 times after Brigham Young and his 147 followers first settled in the Sodium Lake Valley. John Parry was called the choir’s 1st standard conductor in 1849, and 2 yrs later, building was completed around the 1st …

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Thomas Morris

A primitive but frequently effective cornet soloist, Thomas Morris (the uncle of pianist Marlowe Morris) produced a number of records through the 1923-27 period although his design was considered quite dated following the rise of Louis Armstrong. Morris was located in New York right from the start from the 1920s. …

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Barzin

The Barzin project may be the creation of singer-songwriter and keyboard player Barzin Hosseini (b. Canada). Hosseini have been dabbling in single work to discover the best part of ten years before inaugurating Barzin in the beginning of the fresh millennium. Walter Kofman (keyboards), Brett Higgins (dual bass), Sam Cino …

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Woodale

Hailing from Lakeland, FL, pop/rock and roll music group Woodale’s early lineup was made up of vocalist/guitar Matt Wilber, drummer Ryan Bates, and keyboardist/guitarist Jonathan Streets. They added Tom Blair on bass, who got helped type fellow Lakeland music group Copeland. Adam Pruitt, previously from the Gilded Age group, joined …

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Anita Carter

An associate of nation music’s most well-known family members, Anita Carter found success of her personal like a folk single act through the early ’50s and past due ’60s. The Carter Family members had ruled nation music through the 1930s, but split up in 1943 after patriarch A.P. Carter and …

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54-40

A Vancouver band using a folk-pop undertake alternative rock and roll, 54-40 formed in 1981 being a trio comprising bassist Brad Merritt, drummer Darryl Neudorf, and vocalist Neil Osborne. (The music group took their name from Adam K. Polk’s presidential advertising campaign slogan, “Fifty-Four 40 or Combat,” which searched for …

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