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Toog

Traveling along an inspirational program occur between ’80s synth pop and indie rock and roll preferences, Toog ultimately provides unique themes filled up with stirring melodies. Toog may be the actual name of Gilles Weinzaepflen, created in the town of Mulhouse, occur between your Swiss and French boundary. After living …

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Cinnamon

The Swedish group Cinnamon — never to be puzzled with the Canadian band of the same name — was shaped in 1994 by songwriters Jiri Novak (guitar, keyboards) and Frida Diesen (vocals, synthesizers, guitar). The duo quickly added bassist Samuel Laxberg and drummer Christian Ekwall. Their debut EP, Vox, premiered …

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Jack

Anthony Reynolds shaped Jack at age 19 with fellow Cardiff, Wales indigenous Matthew Scott (acoustic guitar), both pulling on a shared love from the bleak humour of Nick Cave as well as the drink-raddled prose of Charles Bukowski. By March 1995 all of those other band was set up, with …

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Bertrand Burgalat

A manufacturer, songwriter, and singer, Bertrand Burgalat emerged in the later ’90s among the top people mixed up in “nouvelle hazy” (brand-new influx) of France music. Born in the French isle of Corsica within the ’60s, Burgalat inherited his like for music from his parents, who have been mostly focused …

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Stereo Total

Though they’re located in Berlin, the witty pop group Stereo Total draw bandmembers and music influences from across Europe. Vocalist/guitarist/drummer Françoise Cactus is definitely French and vocalist/guitarist/keyboardist Brezel Göband is German, as well as the group offers included users from Italy, Scotland, and Bohemia. Their 1995 debut recording, Oh Ah! …

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Stars

Posting a fondness for sophisticated soul and pop artists just like the Smiths, New Purchase, and Marvin Gaye, vocalist Torquil Campbell and keyboardist Chris Seligman created Stars in Toronto. Alongside close friends Evan Cranley (also of Big Rude Jake) and Amy Millan (who added to the soundtrack for the film …

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Paul Haig

Paul Haig may be best known because the frontman of Scottish post-punk music group Josef K, whose lone standard record played a significant role within the advancement of the C-86 picture that followed a couple of years following the group’s disintegration. Haig continuing with several involvements in the next decades, …

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The Happy Family

Not to end up being confused using the avant-prog band of the same name, Edinburgh’s Happy Family members was among the 4AD label’s early serves. They originally contains Nick Currie, David Weddell (ex-Josef K), Paul Mason, and potential Gain member Ian Stoddart. Debuting using the Puritans one in March of …

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Team B

Created in 2008 by singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Kelly Pratt (Arcade Open fire, Beirut), Brooklyn, NY-based indie pop outfit Group B attract their inspiration from a diverse musical palette which includes lounge, power pop, comedy, and experimental rock and roll. While primarily a car for Pratt’s myriad skills, the group is definitely bolstered …

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Micachu & the Shapes

Micachu may be the stage name of Mica Levi, a vocalist/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist given birth to in Surrey, Britain, and raised in the Bow section of East London. Levi’s music, which she telephone calls experimental pop, can be a boundary-blurring mixture of hip-hop-tinged beats, discovered audio examples, singalong melodies, rock and roll …

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