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Turnstile

A gritty, hard-hitting punk-metal device from Baltimore, Maryland, Turnstile’s mixture of vintage American hardcore and blistering, groove-laden metalcore invokes brands like Agnostic Entrance, Dag Nasty, Warzone, Loss of life Before Dishonor, and Cro-Mags. Shaped this year 2010 across the abilities of vocalist Brendan Yates, bassist Franz Lyons, drummer Daniel Fang, …

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Lightstorm

Focused around husband-and-wife duo Johnima and Kalassu Wintergate, Lightstorm certainly are a cosmic modern rock and roll group with an unconventional, convoluted history. The group offers released many ambitious private-press albums aswell as video clips, books, and recordings of bhajans (Hindu devotional tunes) and meditational music. Their tunes preach the …

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Randy Howard

After employed in local clubs, outlaw country singer Randy Howard produced his name on Bobby Lord’s television series, and he previously his own show. He composed “God Don’t Reside in Nashville, Tennessee” and “She’s a Fan,” both which made an appearance on his initial LP, 1976’s Occasionally. His breakthrough emerged …

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Quiet Life

Blessed in the whaling city of New London, Connecticut, and structured from the hirsute, indie folk hub that’s Portland, Oregon, Calm Lifestyle specializes in wide-open, twang-kissed, Pacific Northwest Americana in the vein from the Lumineers, Mind as well as the Heart, Shovels & Rope, and Trampled by Turtles. Produced in …

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The Chameleons UK

The atmospheric pop music group the Chameleons formed in Manchester, Britain, in 1981 in the ashes of several regional groups: vocalist/bassist Tag Burgess began using the Cliches, guitarists Reg Smithies and Dave Fielding arrived in the Years, and drummer John Lever (who quickly replaced founding member Brian Schofield) originated using …

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Enforcer

While the remaining metal globe was busy looking to reinvent the wheel, Sweden’s Enforcer made a decision to have a different approach. Instead of worrying about the near future, the music group embraced large metal’s past, and in 2004 the music group formed to create speed metal back again to …

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Meridian Brothers

Bogota’s the Meridian Brothers will be the creation of Eblis Álvarez, who writes, arranges, makes, takes on, and sings everything on the recordings, though when the music group plays live he’s aided by other music artists. Their music is nearly unclassifiable, a bracing meld of digital and organic tools, affected …

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The Dirty Guv’nahs

A classic-sounding Southern rock-band from Knoxville, Tennessee, the Dirty Guv’nahs (frontman Adam Trimble, Hammond organist Chris Doody, pianist Michael Jenkins, guitarists Michael Jenkins and Cozmo Holloway, and brothers Justin and Aaron Hoskins on bass and drums, respectively) create an energized music mix that recalls the Dark Crowes, Lynyrd Skynyrd, as …

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Lord of Putrefaction

By most any accepted way of measuring achievement, Dorset, England’s Lord of Putrefaction accomplished precious small during their short existence; yet their name lives on because of an ultimate change, a couple of years down the road, into leading U.K. doom clothing Electric powered Wizard. It sure as hell didn’t …

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Zeler Lim

Zeler Lim certainly are a People from france hardcore rap duo from the Tous Illicites Creation label who produced their collaborative recording debut in ’09 2009 with Évolution Urbaine. While Zeler was a newcomer towards the French rap picture at that time, LIM (given birth to Salim Lakhdari on July …

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