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MDC

Based in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA through the ’80s, MDC trumped the Dead Kennedys by carrying out politically billed hardcore punk which was arguably more extreme than what got the Kennedys into issues. Alternately referred to as Multi-Death Company, Millions of Lifeless Cops, or An incredible number of Damn Christians, …

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Hot Hot Heat

Beginning like a noisy, synth-based combo in 1999, Victoria, Uk Colombia’s Hot Hot Warmth developed into an aggressively catchy indie rock-band two years later on, when keyboardist Steve Bays took around the vocal responsibilities, and guitarist Dante DeCaro became a member of their rates. The group’s brand-new lineup — which …

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Honus Honus

Honus Honus is vocalist/songwriter/keyboardist Ryan Kattner. Though also known for his single output, he 1st produced his name as innovator from the Billboard-charting experimental rock-band Man Guy. Kattner created the group in Philadelphia in 2003 with guitarist/trumpeter Steven Dufala, bassist Clint Killingsworth, and drummer Tiberius Lyn. They produced their full-length …

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Spektrum

This London, England-based quartet was formed in 2000 after Lola Olafisoye (vocals) met classically trained musician and producer Gabriel Olegavich (keyboards, programming, vocals) and recorded a track on a single day, before the recruitment of Isaac Tucker (drums, additional programming, vocals) and Teia Williams (bass, vocals). Echoing the modus operandi …

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David J

David J (b. David J. Haskins), the bassist/vocalist for the seminal gothic rock-band Bauhaus, released a single profession in 1983, just like Bauhaus folded. His initial single record, Etiquette of Assault, didn’t gather very much interest, and he started dealing with the Jazz Butcher. After launching two albums (Sex and …

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Jason Mraz

California-based singer/songwriter Jason Mraz makes laid-back, melodic pop with stylistic nods toward folk, jam band music, hip-hop, and gentle rock. Since arriving at the public’s interest along with his 2002 strike single “The Treatment (Don’t Get worried)”, Mraz provides proven himself to be always a dependable pop craftsman whose crowd-pleasing …

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Lifeguards

Lifeguards look for two notable statistics in the Midwest indie rock and roll community joining pushes to generate tuneful but powerful rock and roll & move, though it isn’t the first framework where Robert Pollard and Doug Gillard been employed by together. Pollard, from Dayton, OH, have been the leader, …

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MC Lyte

MC Lyte was among the initial female rappers to indicate the sexism and misogyny that often works rampant in hip-hop, often taking the topic at once lyrically in her music and helping open up the entranceway for such upcoming performers as Queen Latifah and Missy Elliott. Blessed and elevated in …

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MF Doom

Patterning his persona and logo following the Marvel Comics super villain Dr. Doom, the person behind MF (Metallic Encounter) Doom’s iron face mask is in fact Daniel Dumile, aka Zevlove X, an associate of former NY hip-hoppers K.M.D. Initial featured on another Bass solitary “The Gas Encounter,” the London-born, Lengthy …

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John Debney

Academy Award-nominated and Emmy-winning composer John Debney continues to be area of the Disney family members since before he was created in Glendale, California, in 1956. The child of Disney Studios maker Louis Debney, he was raised playing and composing music while hanging out with his dad at the job. …

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