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We Are the Fallen

Produced in 2008 by previous members of the favorite goth steel/pop outfit Evanescence, We Will be the Fallen (a name produced from Evanescence’s 2003 album, Fallen) used their predecessor’s penchant for melodrama and brooding theatricality having a newfound focus on the strap all together. Rocky Grey, John LeCompt, and Ben …

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Leif Vollebekk

Hailing from Ottawa, Canada, Leif Vollebekk is definitely a multi-instrumentalist and singer/songwriter known for his somber, melancholy pop tracks that catch the styles of yearning, long-lost like, and experience. During his years as a child and teenagers, he found out the music of Bob Dylan, Neil Adolescent, and Lou Reed …

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The Revelations

A car for powerful vocalist Tre Williams, the Revelations certainly are a New York-based group whose music combines the grit of vintage Southern spirit, the cool advantage of East Coastline R&B, as well as the emotional gravity from the blues. Created in Daytona Seaside, Florida, Williams began singing in chapel …

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Washed Out

Ernest Greene have been involved in several musical efforts by enough time he started piecing together some recordings as BEATEN UP. Before his first BEATEN UP recordings in the summertime of 2009, Greene acquired done a similarly loud and computerized (albeit a lot more guitar-heavy and fast-paced) bedroom documenting project …

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The Civil Wars

An Americana, folk, and nation duo shaped around guitarist John Paul Light and vocalist Pleasure Williams, the Civil Wars produced an instant name for themselves using the discharge of an electronic album, Live at Eddie’s Attic, in ’09 2009. The Poison & Wines EP followed afterwards that year, as well …

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Lady of the Sunshine

Following the success of Australia’s response to Belle & Sebastian, Angus & Julia Rock, the male half from the Sidney folky-sweet duo, made a decision to venture out to begin with his own task, sans press or fanfare. The theory had taken your hands on Angus Rock while on tour …

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Caspian

Shaped in 2004, Massachusetts post-rockers Caspian soon produced a large enough name for themselves that from the onset of 2005, these were starting for scene legends Mono. Composed of people Philip Jamieson (guitars, keyboards, examples), Calvin Joss (electric guitar, glockenspiel), Chris Friedrich (bass), Joe Vickers (drums) and — since 2007 …

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The Babies

The Infants were born out of the friendship between Cassie Ramone from the Vivian Girls and Kevin Morby of Woods. Throughout a break in the schedules of both much-loved Brooklyn sound pop rings in the wintertime of 2008, Ramone and Morby distributed a flat and made a decision to start …

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Seasons (Pre-Din)

The mysterious ambient/experimental artist Seasons (Pre-Din) emerged in the past due 2000s having a slew of hand-made, self-released, beautifully packaged CD-Rs. The cover of every one prominently presented a type of his personal poetry, plus they frequently contained organic objects such as for example leaves, stones, or twigs. The music, …

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Eternal Summers

The Roanoke, Virginia-based Eternal Summers, a self-professed “fantasy punk” outfit, formed in the past due 2000s round the talents of guitarist/vocalist Nicole Yun and drummer Daniel Cundiff, both of whom are members from the Magic Twig Community (an area art and indie pop organization/collective). Focusing on taut, hook-filled post-rock/no wave-inspired …

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