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Harrys Gym

Norwegian pop group Harrys Gym shaped in 2006 in the town of Bergen. The music group consisted of vocalist/guitarist Anne Lise Frøkedal, keyboardist Erlend Ringseth, bassist Ole Myrvold, and drummer Bjarne Stensli, most of whom acquired previously played jointly in the music group Dharma. Called after an discontinued fitness center …

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Laleh

Laleh Pourkarim, better referred to as Laleh, burst onto the Swedish pop charts in 2005 with a complicated group of songs that nodded to smooth adult contemporary artists like Sting and Seal. The little girl of the well-regarded Iranian sociologist, Laleh spent nearly all her child years in Iran and …

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Strega

Strega certainly are a five-piece indie pop group from NEW YORK, made up of frontman Stephen Vesecky (formerly of #poundsign#), Kyona W (bass, vocals), Liz Wilcox (secrets), Wayne Bell (drums), and JP (drums). Acquiring their cue through the Smiths and New Purchase, Strega have come up with the type of …

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The Juliet Kilo

A lo-fi task that drew on affects as disparate as Iron & Wines, the Books, and the ocean and Wedding cake, the Juliet Kilo began in 2003 when David Levin started building recordings in his cellar studio room. He released his 1st Juliet Kilo recording a couple of years later, …

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Neljä Ruusua

The Finnish alt-metal group Neljä Ruusua (Four Roses) formed in 1982 with Ilkka Alanko, Kode Koistinen, Lade Laakkonen, and Kamy. The music group went through many name adjustments throughout its profession; until 1985 these were known as Talouskukkaro, plus they used the name 4R in the past due ’90s if …

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Dayve Hawk

While Davye Hawk’s otherworldly and anachronistic electronic compositions seemingly cover behind such utilitarian monikers as Weird Tapes, Memory space Tapes, and Memory space Cassette, the onetime frontman for Philly indie rockers Hail Social statements to be not willfully anonymous. When Hawk was still a teenager, his compositions captured the hearing …

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Elizaveta

Born in NY and raised in Russia, self-described “opera pop” designer Elizaveta Igorevna Khripounova graduated with honors from your University or college of Southern California. The pianist, vocalist/songwriter, and opera vocalist applied her traditional trained in piano and tone of voice to her debut EPs, Breakfast time with Chopin and …

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The Violettes

Minneapolis music group the Violettes, comprising singer/keyboardist Sarah Khan, singer/drummer Scott Haughawout, guitarist Tag Ilaug, and bassist John Ancell, are actually two groupings. As the Violettes, they play ethereal pop/rock and roll. However they also show up (and in the same locations) beneath the name Softshow, adding specific Eastern and …

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Johan Hedberg

Swedish singer/songwriter Johan Hedberg originally found prominence as you half from the indie pop duo Suburban Children with Biblical Brands. He shaped the music group in 2003 with friend Peter Gunnarson and both released a string of literate, melodic EPs and albums on Swedish twee pop label Labrador Information. While …

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Miracle Fortress

Mixing dreamy, atmospheric sound pop with Brian Wilson-style psychedelia, Magic Fortress shaped in 2005 as the single project of CONSIDER Life’s Graham Van Pelt. He self-released Magic Fortress’ initial EP, Watery Grave, that calendar year, and continued release a his debut full-length, Five Roses, 2 yrs afterwards. Adam Waito (Telefauna), …

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