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Brian Welch

Brian “Head” Welch was created June 19, 1970, and was raised in Bakersfield, CA. He started playing electric guitar at age 11. He was a founding person in the alternative steel music group Korn, with which he produced the albums Korn (1994), Lifestyle Can be Peachy (1996), Follow the first …

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War Tapes

Angst-filled Los Angeles-based indie rockers War Tapes craft volatile and brooding post-punk anthems in the vein of Joy Division, Echo & the Bunnymen, Interpol, as well as the Cure. The music group, which includes charismatic and theatrical frontman Neil Popkin, bassist Becca Popkin, guitarist Matt Bennett, and drummer William Mohler, …

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Beaujolais

Chicago-based singer/songwriter and previous frontman for the indie rock clothes Wolfie and so on Youthful, J.A. Ziemba crafts elaborate pop music that mix the grime and grit of garage area rock using the melodic disposition from the Seaside Boys. Formed half a year after Ziemba and his wife divorced, Beaujolais …

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Allan Olsen

Allan Olsen is certainly a Danish folk-rock singer/songwriter who began his single recording profession in the 1980s and rose to chart-topping success in his homeland. Delivered on March 18, 1956, in Grønholt, Denmark, he was inspired primarily with the early- to middle-’70s vocalist/songwriter motion. He cites among his all-time preferred …

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Callers

Merging the powerful vocals of singer Sara Lucas and intricate playing of guitarist Ryan Seaton, Callers create music equally influenced by folk, jazz, as well as the more challenging edges of indie rock and roll. Lucas was raised in St. Louis, Missouri, steeped in the city’s wealthy background of jazz, …

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Little Teeth

Residing somewhere within noise-pop and freak folk, SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA trio Little Teeth produced in 2004, after drummer Ammo Eisu replied to a Craigslist publishing by vocalist/guitarist Dannie Murrie, who was simply searching for a “feminist rocker chick” to try out music with her. After shifting to California from …

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Endless Boogie

Shaped in the heart of Brooklyn, N.Con.C., Endless Boogie are an American rock and roll ensemble, known for traversing the varieties of psychedelic rock and roll, stoner rock and roll, and blues rock and roll. Composed of Paul Main (vocals, acoustic guitar), Jesper Eklow (acoustic guitar), Marc Razo (bass acoustic …

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Rademacher

Consistently in comparison to Pavement because of the common roots in Fresno, CA, Rademacher, in reality, sound more much like Clap THE HANDS Say Yeah or Arcade Fire. Tunes sprawl with levels of shouts and la las, building crescendos, and added splashes of Vehicles keyboards. Sure, there are a little …

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Duffy

Emerging through the same increase of retro U.K.-structured singers that launched Amy Winehouse, Duffy recognized herself using a melodic, vintage voice that taken to mind such ’60s artists as Dusty Springfield and Petula Clark. Blessed in the tiny coastal city of Nefyn over the Llyn Peninsula in Gwynedd, Wales, Amy …

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Candie Payne

A singer/songwriter using a bent toward ’60s-influenced pop with an indie rock and roll advantage, Candie Payne was created in Liverpool in 1983. Nevertheless, she spent a lot of her youngsters in the Jackson Heights community of Queens, NY, where she shifted with her parents until time for England at …

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