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Alasdair Roberts

Scottish songwriter Alasdair Roberts’ career being a recording artist sprang right into a critically lauded, cult-praised profession whenever a demo he made out of his group Appendix Away discovered its way in to the hands of personal nouveau folkie Can Oldham. Oldham recognized with Appendix Out’s likewise determined sound enough …

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Akira Rabelais

An intellectual pioneer just as much as other things, Akira Rabelais issued forth music creations and innovations from his perch at CalArts. Given birth to and elevated in South Tx, one of is own childhood pastimes included shooting metallic plates with BB weapons in order that he could go through …

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Slough Feg

After a decade and four albums released beneath the mouthful of the name which was the Lord Strange Slough Feg, San Francisco’s cutting-edge revisionist rock band led by vocalist/guitarist Mike Scalzi shortened their moniker to merely Slough Feg prior to the release of the fifth studio album, Atavism, in 2005. …

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Artillery

Denmark’s Artillery had been among the many quality Western thrash metal rings that never appeared to catch a rest. Created in 1982 within the Copenhagen suburb of Taastrup by brothers Michael (acoustic guitar) and Morten Stytzer (bass), Artillery documented demos that quickly became a warm commodity around the rock tape-trading …

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Shroud of Bereavement

Originally founded being a solo project simply by Newton, NH, native Daniel Robinson (guitar, vocals) in 1996, Shroud of Bereavement gradually grew right into a proper band ensemble featuring vocalist Kelly Ann Sullivan, keyboardist Julie Beaulieu, synth specialist Mike Soucy, bassist David Starratt, and drummer Danny Clarke during the period …

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Morley

A local of Jamaica, Queens, singer/songwriter Morley originally began her executing career like a dancer, finding a complete scholarship towards the Alvin Ailey Dance Middle at age 17. Following a leg damage dashed her expectations of dancing appropriately, she considered choreography, also teaching dance and yoga exercise throughout NY City’s …

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Aquilo

Comprising Tom Higham and Ben Fletcher, Aquilo certainly are a Uk duo who help to make atmospheric, melancholy downtempo electronic pop tunes. Nearly all of the tunes are about heartbreak, reduction, and regret, but tunes such as for example “Human being” (made by kindred soul Sohn) include a little flicker …

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Morta Skuld

Early within their career, Milwaukee, Wisconsin’s Morta Skuld accomplished the impressive feat to be signed simply by leading United kingdom independent metal label Peaceville, yet without company showing similar interest within their homeland, they hardly ever quite were able to ascend above the underground death metal scene. Originally founded in …

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Thursday

A significant participant in the first 21st century’s post-hardcore picture, Thursday shaped in 1997 in New Brunswick, NJ. Led by vocalist Geoff Rickly, the band’s preliminary lineup also included bassist Tim Payne, drummer Tucker Guideline, and guitarists Steve Pedulla and Tom Keeley. After issuing their debut, 1999’s Waiting around, through …

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Spider Bags

Focusing on rollicking but slightly shambolic tales of hard living and questionable behavior, the Spider Hand bags were first shaped in NJ by guitarist and vocalist Dan McGee and bassist and guitarist Gregg Levy. Both met within the middle-’90s when Levy, still an adolescent, was using a music group that …

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