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Black Box Recorder

Dark Container Recorder included Auteurs primary man Luke Haines, previous Jesus and Mary String member John Moore, and vocalist Sarah Nixey. Just like the Auteurs, Dark Box Recorder’s music commented in the condition of British affairs, both cultural and personal, frequently using personality sketches that open the less-than-pleasant with sharpened …

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Baader Meinhof

Baader Meinhof was a one-off task from the Auteurs’ Luke Haines, who enlisted a clutch of studio room associates aged and new (maker Phil Vinall, cellist Wayne Banbury) to record 1997’s Baader Meinhof, an archive that mixed styles from the ’70s German urban terrorist group it took its name from …

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Loose Teeth

Michigan indie quartet Loose Tooth were shaped in 2013 by Ypsilanti-based singer/guitarist Gregory Dean McIntosh. An extremely respectable collaborator and go-to acoustic guitar ace for several reputable Midwestern rings, McIntosh had however to launch an effective automobile for his personal songwriting. A small number of his tunes were documented by …

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Simon Love

Simon Like (given birth to Simon Rock) is a Welsh singer/songwriter most widely known for fronting ’60s-influenced indie pop group the Loves, who released 4 full-length albums and many singles EPs using their inception in 2000 with their dissolution in 2011. Following the Loves split up, Simon performed acoustic guitar …

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The Auteurs

Once the Auteurs released their debut album in 1993, the British press linked them with the massively popular Suede within a “glam revival.” As the music group could blast out guitar-drenched rockers like Suede, the Auteurs found life if they drew through the quiet aspect of such distinctively British guitar …

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Grant McLennan

Because the co-founder of Australia’s beloved cult band the Go-Betweens, Give McLennan established himself among the best possible & most effervescent songwriters in contemporary pop music, a standing up his subsequent solo career did little to improve. Born in Rock and roll Hampton on Feb 12, 1958, McLennan was going …

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The Servants

The cruel irony from the Servants’ short career is that a lot of members from the music group enjoyed some degree of Brit-pop success, apart from singer/songwriter David Westlake. Mostly of the bands retroactively linked with the so-called C-86 wing of guitar-based English indie rings who actually made an appearance …

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Magnetic North

Once the vision of Betty Corrigall — an abandoned and pregnant-out-of-wedlock resident of Orkney who hung herself in the past due 1770s — found Erland Cooper inside a desire in early 2011, he go about combining fellow Erland & the Carnival member Simon Tong (the Verve, the nice, the Bad …

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Luke Haines

Among the sharpest & most prolific Uk songwriters of his era, Luke Haines — who have began modestly more than enough inside a string of obscure ’80s rings, like the Servants — helmed the glam noir from the Auteurs, the broken funk of Baader Meinhof, as well as the (mostly) …

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Robert Calvert

A single performer and the area rock-band Hawkwind’s “citizen poet,” Robert Calvert was created in Pretoria, South Africa in 1945. As a child, he and his family members relocated to London, where he was raised to first start working being a building surveyor; nevertheless, his long-held literary dreams drew him …

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