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Dead Man’s Bones

Los Angeles’ dark folk-rock duo Deceased Man’s Bones includes vocalists and multi-instrumentalists Ryan Gosling and Zach Shields. Gosling is way better called an Academy Award-nominated acting professional who has made an appearance in movies including Fifty percent Nelson, Lars and the true Girl, as well as the Laptop, but he …

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Lord Newborn & the Magic Skulls

The project of three producer/musicians, Cash Tag, Shawn Lee, and Tommy Guerrero, Lord Newborn & the Magic Skulls aren’t an organization in the frequently accepted sense of the term, but are even more of a collaborative studio configuration. Functioning at Cash Mark’s L.A.-structured studio in 2008, the trio come up …

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Hollertronix

The quirky, mash-up party crew Hollertronix came collectively when DJ Diplo (or Diplodocus) moved to Philadelphia and installed with like-minded turntablist, LOW QUALITY. The term “genre” meant nothing at all to them. Combining electro with dancehall, fresh influx with funk, and Missy Elliot using the Clash, Hollertronix produced a big …

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Jape

Jape may be the single task of Richie Egan, bass participant with Irish instrumental rock and roll group the Redneck Manifesto. Quite definitely the band’s musical alter ego, Jape provides little in keeping using the Redneck Manifesto, excepting possibly the left-field but available approach both try their varieties of music. …

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The Time & Space Machine

Manufacturer/musician Richard Norris had an extended and varied profession in the music sector, hanging out in the ’80s being a journalist, record exec (especially in psychedelic reissue label Bam Caruso), and person in obscure bands famous brands the Fruits Bats, Innocent Vicars, East of Eden, and Mr. Fit. By the …

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Mother & the Addicts

Much like fellow Glaswegian dance-rocker Franz Ferdinand, stylish art-poppers Mom & the Addicts carved themselves a good small niche in the brand new wave revival scene by combining their eclectic tastes (Fifty percent Man Fifty percent Biscuit, Orange Juice, the Fall) using the sounds of mainstream ’80s radio staples (Duran …

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FaltyDL

Drew Lustman’s produces as FaltyDL encompass IDM, drum’n’bass, hardcore techno, home, garage area, and dubstep without taking part in any one of these straight up. Filled with abstractions and abrupt adjustments, nearly all his result was nonetheless designed for energetic dancefloors. THE BRAND NEW York-based maker debuted FaltyDL in 2007 …

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Pulled Apart by Horses

Known because of their energetic concert events, Pulled Aside by Horses are perhaps one of the most interesting rings to emerge in the growing Leeds music picture. Produced in 2007, all members have been part of varied now-defunct rings. Vocalist Tom Hudson acquired fronted Mom Vulpine, guitarist Adam Brown is …

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Reading Rainbow

Nostalgically named following the ‘80s children’s PBS television series, and boasting a website in dedication towards the host (www.myspace.com/levarmotherfuckingburton, Reading Rainbow popped through to the skirt from the lo-fi indie development in later 2009. Philadelphia transplants Robbie Garcia and Sarah Everton produced the band in the ashes of the screamy …

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Yashin

Scottish post-hardcore music group Yashin shaped in 2006 in the city of Greenock, only outside Glasgow. College close friends Paul Charles Travers (electric guitar) and Andrew McShane (bass) enlisted founding vocalist Michael Grain, drummer David Beaton, and first guitarist Lewis Millen. The quintet released a set of pop-punk and hardcore-influenced …

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