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John Bean

A long time before the Jerky Males, Crank Yankers, or Roy D. Mercer found calling, prankster John Bean was producing crank phone calls and documenting them. Documented in the past due ’70s and early ’80s, these tapes became referred to as “The Redneck Tapes” because of the southern deep-fried personality …

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The New Sins

A duo featuring Brand-new Youthful Pony Club keyboardist Lou Hayter and producer Nick Phillips, London’s Brand-new Sins debuted in early 2008 with “IT GENERALLY DOES NOT Work LIKE THIS.” Released on 7″ through Flexible — a little label set up by Phillips and fellow companies Andrew Hale and Paul Byrne …

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Teyana Taylor

Harlem-based vocalist, rapper, songwriter, dancer, actor, and magic size Teyana Taylor obtained recognition in the us with an early-2007 bout of MTV’s My Very Nice 16. By enough time it shown, she had currently signed to Celebrity Trak/Interscope, helped popularize the Poultry Noodle Soup dance, and aided in the choreography …

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Didier Super

The first word that involves mind for anybody who has have you ever heard the name of Olivier Haudegond aka Didier Super’s music either on record or on-stage: provocation. Sheer provocation. Hardly any artists have got agreed upon on such brands as V2 or General with this act. Visualize a …

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Operahouse

A North London quartet that formed around 2005, Operahouse (Johnny Lloyd — vocals and acoustic guitar, Alexander Kaines — acoustic guitar and vocals, Jimmy Cratchley — bass, and Ben Niblett — drums) released their 1st single, “Guy NEARBY,” to great response, earning plaudits and airplay from such channels as BBC …

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Anand Wilder

Vocalist/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Anand Wilder is most beneficial referred to as a co-founder of shape-shifting experimental indie rockers Yeasayer, whom he helped to create in 2006 together with longtime friend and creative co-conspirator Chris Keating. Sometime around 2008, Wilder started working on materials with friend and fellow multi-instrumentalist Maxwell Kardon, …

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Gravy Train!!!!

A unique fusion of previous college rap, queercore, and theatrical fresh influx, the four-piece Gravy Teach!!!! (one exclamation stage for each person in the music group, natch) started as the eyesight of vocalist/songwriter Chunx, whose lyrics about badly endowed guys and her appetites — for meals and usually — supplied …

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The Kids

The veterans from the Belgian punk scene, the youngsters formed in 1976 when bassist Danny De Haes was simply 12 years of age. Joined up with by his sibling Eddy on drums, business lead vocalist Ludo Mariman, and guitarist Luc Vehicle de Poel, the music group backed Iggy Pop and …

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Magnus Uggla

Swedish comedic songwriter Magnus Uggla was created Per Allan Magnus Claesson Uggla in Stockholm about June 18, 1954. An associate of Swedish nobility, Uggla’s descendants add a number of Western rulers, including John III of Sweden, Gustav Vasa, as well as Charlemagne. Sketching on the pop/rock and roll sounds of …

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AM Radio

Wanting to reconcile experimental ’60s psychedelia as well as the intense indie rock and roll from the ’80s, AM Radio burst onto the scene in the past due ’90s. Obtaining their begin in Brooklyn, NY, they documented their debut recording in 1999 but discovered no outlet because of its launch. …

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