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Crooked I

For a short spell through the later ’90s, Crooked I used to be signed to Virgin. The Long Seaside MC made an appearance on Virgin and Virgin-affiliated compilations just like the SWEPT UP soundtrack (“Gal,” with Luniz) and C-Style’s 19th Road LBC Compilation (“Gangsta Gangsta,” “Jump to the”). Not really …

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Hurricane Smith

Norman “Hurricane” Smith was a guy who have enjoyed two completely different professions in music, 1st as a high saving engineer and later on like a pop vocalist who scored TOP strikes in america and the uk. Created in North London, Britain on Feb 22, 1923, Smith offered in the …

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The Pica Beats

A Seattle-based indie pop clothing, the Pica Beats were formed in 2005 being a single task for singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Ryan Barrett (2007’s self-released All Mysteries Solve Themselves was primarily a one-man present). Seeking to broaden his audio, which by this time around included from sitar to bassoon, Barrett teamed …

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Woodhands

Woodhands are an analog-fashioned electro-pop group having a penchant for tongue-in-cheek decadence. Furthermore to issuing studio room recordings, the group trips and is well known for its crazy dance celebrations. The origins of Woodhands could be traced back again to the cellar of frontman Dan Werb’s house in Montreal, where …

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Cars Can Be Blue

Cars COULD BE Blue embrace a raunchy, rambunctious design of indie pop, one which could be thought to appear to be a jangly, jumpy mash-up of Tullycraft as well as the Moldy Peaches. Nate Mitchell (drums, vocals) and Becky Brooks (acoustic guitar, vocals) created the music group in the summertime …

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Betty and the Werewolves

Betty as well as the Werewolves emerged in the later 2000s, wielding a special, fiery, gritty indie pop sound that nodded to indie pop outfits like Talulah Gosh, Lung Calf, and Dolly Blend. The band shaped in 2008, made up of Laura Wolf (Laura McMahon), Emily Wolf (Emily Bennett), Helen …

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Icy Demons

Began by Bablicon’s Griffin Rodriguez (aka Blue Hawaii) and Man Man’s Christopher Powell (aka Pow Pow), Icy Demons certainly are a genre-spanning hypno-rhythmic indie task borrowing heavily from electro, Krautrock, and prog rock and roll, specifically its Canterbury subgenre. Rodriguez requires bass and vocal responsibilities while Powell drums, and both …

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Shontelle

Barbadian pop singer Shontelle (blessed Shontelle Layne) gained notice as the songwriter in back of Alison Hinds’ “Move It Gal,” popular in her indigenous nation. The SRC label, house to friend Rihanna, provided a agreement, which prompted her to place her research behind to spotlight a music profession. Shontelligence, her …

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Robert A.A. Lowe

A staple in the artwork and music community of Chicago, singer and multi-instrumentalist Robert A.A. Lowe (no regards to professional Rob Lowe) splits his period among a number of artwork rock and roll, freak folk, and quirky indie rock and roll projects. He became a member of up with the …

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O’Death

The boys in O’Death result from all around the Eastern Seaboard, but met up in 2003 while these were attending the State University of NY in Purchase. They make use of folk designs — mainly bluegrass and old-time music — to get a base, but punk, grunge, golf swing, rock, …

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