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Fields

A British prog rock-band somewhat similar to Procol Harum, Areas were formed in 1971 by ex-Rare Parrot organist Graham Field, former Ruler Crimson and potential Greenslade drummer Andy McCulloch, and guitarist and vocalist Alan Barry, who also spent a while in Ruler Crimson. The group lasted in regards to a …

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Tim Christensen

Tim Christensen is a Danish vocalist/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist who experienced remarkable achievement through the 1990s in the choice rock-band Dizzy Mizz Lizzy prior to making his single recording debut in 2000. Given birth to July 2, 1974, in Copenhagen, Denmark, he began playing acoustic guitar at age group seven. In …

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The Swell Season

Formed with the Structures’ frontman Glen Hansard and Czech songstress Tagéta Irglová, the Swell Time of year (called after a novel by humanist Czech writer Josef Skvorecky) is normally a songwriting duo using a penchant for vocal harmonies and acoustic-based songcraft. The pop/rock and roll twosome released a self-titled debut …

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Lindsay Anderson

Lindsay Anderson is a Chicago-based singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist who makes jazz, folk, and pop-influenced indie rock and roll. She released her debut record, If, on Minty Clean in 2007.

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Heidi Spencer

Heidi Spencer & the Rare Birdswere mainstays in the Milwaukee membership scene for a couple of years, cutting two previous self-released albums before being signed to former Cocteau Twin Simon Raymonde’s U.K. indie Bella Union imprint and launching Under Streetlight Glow. Blessed in 1974, Spencer may be the little girl …

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Lindsay Rae Spurlock

Falling somewhere among Regina Spektor, Björk, and Imogen Heap, Louisiana-raised, Austin, Texas-based singer/songwriter Lindsay Rae Spurlock honed her chops decoding complex period signatures even though playing and performing using a progressive rock-band in college, nonetheless it was her knack for crafting perfectly seasoned pop confections that could eventually property her …

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Joe Pug

A singer/songwriter whose tunes offer an up to date version from the country-folk archetypes that Bob Dylan and John Prine produced famous, Joe Pug was created and raised in Maryland, and began taking part in acoustic guitar when he is at grade college. Pug created his first music group on …

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Honeydrips

Area of the uncannily bountiful Gothenburg, Sweden, music picture from the later 2000s, the Honeydrips may be the one-man task of Mikael Carlsson, a ex – person in the punky pop music group Dorotea as well as the wistful Kissing Mirrors. Often in comparison to fellow Gothenburgers Jens Lekman (a …

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The Young Tradition

The Young Custom has a extremely traditional indie pop sound but finds it within an unusual way. The music group comprises of Brent Kenji, who also sings in the Fairways and provides performed in the Guild Group and Skypark, on vocals and Erik Hanspers on all musical instruments. The unusual …

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Multicoloured Shades

Most widely known for the 1987 solitary “Teenager Sex Transfusion,” Multicoloured Tones spent the mid- to past due ’80s purveying organ-heavy psychedelic rock and roll. Created in Marl, Germany in 1984, the music group originally presented vocalist Pete Barany, guitarist Eddie Wagner, bassist Michael Doering, keyboardist Detlev “Det Bizarre” Bizer, …

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