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Gregory Alan Isakov

Vocalist/songwriter Gregory Alan Isakov was created in Johannesburg, South Africa and raised in Philadelphia, Pa, where he began touring having a music group at age 16 before eventually relocating to Colorado to hone his chops like a single artist. Influenced from the rural blue-collar lyricism of performers like Bruce Springsteen, …

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Ryan Cabrera

Guitarist, songwriter, and Tx local Ryan Cabrera never planned on a profession in music. His hobby converted into a enthusiasm after hearing Dave Matthews, leading to him to carefully turn his back again on the loud punk rock and roll of his high-school music group, Caine, and grab an classical …

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Yolanda del Rio

Probably one of the most successful ranchera performers, Yolanda del Río was created in Pachuca in Hidalgo condition. Del Río started singing as a kid, and performed on radio with festivals. She produced her tv debut before she became an adolescent, and debuted for RCA Victor after auditioning for A&R …

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Yakuza

The Chicago hardcore/metal quartet Yakuza formed in July 1999, comprising vocalist/saxophonist Bruce Lamont, guitarist Eric Plonka, bassist Eric Clark, and drummer Wayne Staffel. They released their 1st album, Total Nothing at all, in 2000 on the tiny independent label Item del Diablo, ultimately winning the eye of Century Press, with …

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Xiu Xiu

Acquiring their name from the 1998 Chinese film Xiu Xiu: The Delivered Down Girl, Xiu Xiu created in San Jose, California with Cory McCullough, Yvonne Chen (publisher from the indie zine Zum), Lauren Andrews, and Jamie Stewart. Before developing Xiu Xiu, McCullough and Stewart performed in the music group Ten …

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Matt Sharp

Matt Sharp is most likely best known seeing that Weezer’s first bass guitarist, but in addition has issued albums within another task, the Leases. Born on Sept 20, 1969, in Arlington, VA, Clear helped type Weezer alongside members Streams Cuomo (vocals/electric guitar), Jason Cropper (electric guitar), and Pat Wilson (drums) …

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Hole

Throughout Hole’s career, vocalist/guitarist Courtney Love’s notorious public image has overshadowed her band’s music. Within their unique incarnation, Opening was among the noisiest, many abrasive alternative rings performing in the first ’90s. By enough time of the second recording, 1994’s SURVIVE This, the music group got smoothed out a lot …

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Hem

The genesis of the brand new York-based folk outfit Hem dates back to 1999, when songwriter Dan Messe teamed up with producer/engineer Gary Maurer (who had caused artists such as for example Jon Spencer, Luna, Fountains of Wayne, and Adam Iha). Both wished to make an archive that could explore …

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Combichrist

Probably one of the most popular works within the electro-industrial related “aggrotech” motion, Combichrist is Norwegian Icon of Coil creator Andy LaPlegua when within the studio room, augmented by way of a revolving solid of musicians for his or her intense concert events. LaPlegua released the Atlanta, Georgia-based task in …

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Marc Cohn

One Sunday morning hours in the first ’70s, a young child in Cleveland caught an earful of Vehicle Morrison’s Astral Weeks and his existence was to never be exactly the same. That child was Marc Cohn, and immediately after that morning hours, he bought everything Morrison got released up to …

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