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The Golden Filter

The Golden Filter are an enigmatic electro duo that started gaining a buzz off their remixes of Trim Duplicate and Peter Bjorn and John. Despite having their identities concealed, phrase of their music pass on after they delivered their first tune, a breathy, arpeggiated disco jam entitled “Solid Silver,” to …

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thenewno2

Made up of multi-instrumentalists Dhani Harrison (son lately Beatle George Harrison) and Oliver Hecks, London-based duo thenewno2 (pronounced “the brand new number 2”) successfully blend the late-period experimental pop from the Fab Four using the ambient electronics of Brian Eno as well as the split is better than of Massive …

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The Twang

Blending the best guitars and emotional swagger of Brit-pop having a subtle but clearly experienced dance-friendly pulse, the Twang possess quickly increased to fame in the U.K. after producing a splash around the golf club scene and generating the respect from the music press. The Twang had been created in …

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James Ferraro

Cult hero Adam Ferraro is a prolific, wildly unstable artist that has been in charge of a huge selection of recordings spanning many styles since debuting within experimental sound duo the Skaters through the mid-2000s. Ferraro and cohort Spencer Clark released a large number of extremely hissy tapes, CD-Rs, and …

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The Strange Boys

Brainwashed by many years of contact with an American Bandstand cassette (a circa 1966 display, apparently) within their mother’s car, brothers Ryan and Philip Sambol began bashing away their own undertake English and psychedelic rock and roll while still going to senior high school in Dallas, TX. With Ryan on …

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Wavves

Called for his concern with the ocean, Wavves, the skuzzy task of NORTH PARK slacker Nathan Williams, is definitely a mixture of distorted no-fi and processed sunshiny melodies. Charmingly messy, the majority of his lyrics, while hard to decipher, generally revolve round the topics of weed, boredom, as well as …

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Cut Off Your Hands

Auckland, New Zealand-based TAKE OFF Your Hands help to make catchy and melodic post-punk-influenced indie rock and roll. In early stages, the band transformed its name from Shaky Hands in order to avoid misunderstandings having a Portland, OR, ensemble from the same name. TAKE OFF THE HANDS released their debut …

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Strand of Oaks

The project of Goshen, Indiana-based singer/songwriter Tim Showalter, Strand of Oaks specializes in bold and anthemic indie Americana that attracts from classic rock and folk, skillfully blending traditional singer/songwriter catharsis with stadium-ready melodies in the vein of artists like War on Medications and My Morning hours Coat. Showalter, who started …

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Fake Problems

Originally planned like a solo project for vocalist/guitarist Chris Farren, Fake Problems certainly are a four-piece band hailing from your Southern coastal vacation town of Naples, FL. Occupying the area between alt-country, folk, and indie pop with an extra dosage of punk D.We.Con. appeal, Farren eventually met up with some …

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The Lonely Island

A comedic trio originally known for some “digital shorts” aired on Sunday Evening Live, the Lonely Isle feature three from the show’s authors, Andy Samberg, Akiva Schaffer, and Jorma Taccone. Samberg originally fulfilled Schaffer and Taccone in Berkeley, California while participating in junior senior high school. After graduating senior high …

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