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Lovers

Focusing on an evocative mixture of pop, folk, indie rock and roll, and electronic music, Lovers shaped in 2002 like a single vehicle for prolific East Coast singer/songwriter Carolyn Berk. Concurrently introspective and quirky, the music group released its 2002 debut long-player, Celebrity Lit Sunken Dispatch, with the Orange Twin …

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Lovesliescrushing

The duo referred to as Loveliescrushing 1st came together in the first ’90s, when vocalist Melissa Arpin and multi-instrumentalist Scott Cortez made a decision to try their hand in the growing dream pop scene. They started to send out demonstration tapes of the bizarre, heavily split music to brands until …

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Deadman

Deadman emerged from mid-’90s grunge to formulate an infectious rock and roll sound. The music group, which is made up of vocalist/songwriter Steven Collins, pianist Sherilyn Collins, bassist Britton Beisenherz, and drummer John Scully, spent 2 yrs culminating a fresh rock audio and playing displays around their indigenous Tx. They …

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Jane Weaver

A multifaceted musical existence, English vocalist, songwriter, guitarist, serial collaborator, and record label mind Jane Weaver has performed both single and with the groupings Wipe out Laura (Brit-pop) and Misty Dixon (retro-kissed indie pop). Weaver released five singles (two which had been via Polydor) with Wipe out Laura between 1993 …

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The Dream Syndicate

Dream Syndicate are in the building blocks (together with the Velvet Underground, the Stooges, and R.E.M.) of modern alternative music due to the fact at that time when most rings were tinkering with brand-new technology, the Syndicate deigned to recreate your guitar. Fronted by Steve Wynn (b. Feb. 21, 1960) …

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Viva Saturn

Viva Saturn can be an offshoot from the neo-psychedelic pop music group, Rain Parade, that was a pivotal group in Los Angeles’ Paisley Underground in the first to mid-’80s. In 1988, founding member David Roback remaining Rain Parade to create Opal using the Desire Syndicate’s Kendra Smith, which later on …

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Elysian Fields

Making use of their self-titled debut EP, Elysian Fields offered sort of noir rock and roll, the sedate chanteuse vocals of Jennifer Charles quickly conjuring ballpark comparisons to Margot Timmons (Cowboy Junkies) and Hope Sandoval (Mazzy Star). The music is normally neither as mainstream as Cowboy Junkies nor as doom-obsessed …

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Eszter Balint

Singer/celebrity Eszter Balint initial emerged as an associate from the avant-garde Squat Movie theater troupe prior to making a memorable cinematic debut in 1984 in movie director Jim Jarmusch’s seminal indie film Stranger Than Heaven. Following that she appeared to drop out of view for the rest of the 10 …

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Cowboy Junkies

Though it didn’t originally have anything regarding their sound, the Cowboy Junkies’ name finished up seeming fairly accurate: their music was grounded in traditional country, blues, and folk, yet drifted along inside a sleepy, narcotic haze that clearly bore the stamp from the Velvet Underground. Almost all their songs had …

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Lauren Hoffman

Shiny, precocious singer/songwriter Lauren Hoffman jammed a lot of lifestyle experience in to the 17 many years of her lifestyle before she began using in a music group. Raised by way of a musical family members on the plantation in rural Virginia (and for a while within an ashram), she …

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