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The Beatifics

An undeniable fact of existence in the low reaches from the rock and roll & move world is the fact that it could be downright difficult to maintain a band collectively for just about any length whatsoever, as real-world commitments just like the capability to pay the lease tend to …

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Superdrag

Though many have dubbed Superdrag a punk-pop or power pop band, their music shows itself to become atop of these genres. Taking just as much impact from the English Invasion-style pop from the Beatles as well as the Zombies simply because My Bloody Valentine and Hüsker Dü, Superdrag’s music mixed …

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Trip Shakespeare

Playing participating and imaginative alternative rock and roll using a pop twist, Trip Shakespeare had been a Minneapolis-based combo who gained a loyal cult pursuing because of their playful but literate, rhythmically inventive music. The band’s tale began in the first 1980s, when Harvard anthropology grad Elaine Harris responded an …

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The Teen Heroes

A product from the contemporary Orange Region music picture, alternative power-popsters the Teen Heroes debuted in 1998 with Sound Satellite.

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Splitsville

Drummer Brandt Huseman and his twin sibling, guitarist Matt Huseman, formed the garage area music group Splitsville in 1996 being a aspect project with their power-pop combo Greenberry Woods in tandem with this band’s one-time electric guitar technology, Paul Krysiak, filling up the bassist function. Splitsville USA, the 1996 debut …

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The All Golden

Kent, OH’s the All Golden shaped in fall 1999 when Chris Sheehan and Scott Bennett remaining their earlier indie rock and roll incarnations behind to create an experimental clothing. Bennett experienced spent period chiefing responsibilities at Waterloo Audio Recording and anatomist albums for famous brands Harriet the Spy, Jewel, as …

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Jettison Red

Jettison Crimson formed in 1999 in Southern Michigan. The music group includes drummer Nicky Wawryniak, bassist Carl Yute, and guitarists/vocalists Chris Wujek and John Krebs.

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Wolf Colonel

Portland punk-pop quartet Wolf Colonel began in the campus of Lewis and Clark University in nov 1996 because the single acoustic task of vocalist/guitarist Jason Anderson; motivated by a latest Elliott Smith gig, he started regularly performing about campus, also hosting several early schedules in his dorm area. While at …

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Gladhands

Shaped in Omaha, NE, in 1992 (but since relocating to Chapel Hill, NC) by multi-instrumentalists/songwriters Jeff Carlson and Doug Edmunds, Gladhands offers seen a sluggish rise to nationwide prominence. They debuted having a self-released cassette, Excellent Charade, which captivated the attention of varied indie brands. The band resolved on Big …

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One for the Team

Indie pop music group 1 for the Group were founded by Minneapolis music scenester/songwriter Ian Anderson (never to be puzzled with the frontman of Jethro Tull) in order to use material which was unfit for his additional music group, Aneuretical. The group started as a purely studio side task with …

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