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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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Heavy Hands

Strongly rooted in the sounds of past due-’70s proto metal, early-’70s prog, and ’60s psychedelic rock, actually to the idea of performing mainly because Steppenwolf at a Halloween show, Large Hands lists May, Hawkwind, Deep Purple, Blue Cheer, and 13th Floor Elevators amongst their many influences. Like a stoner rock …

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The State of Samuel

The Condition of Samuel began for Samuel Petersson to vent his frustrations about the music scene in his hometown of Varberg, Sweden. In 1996, he started writing and documenting songs on the four-track machine and immediately after developed his stage name. A few of these recordings would afterwards arrive on …

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Mainland

Combining NY grit with Californian pop sensibilities, Mainland crafted catchy garage area and post-punk ditties having a smart eyes toward ’80s fresh wave, ’90s alternative, as well as the sonic aesthetic from the early-aughts “The” rings. Shaped by three close friends from California — Jordan Topf on vocals and acoustic …

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Artful Dodger

An unsung power pop music group from the ’70s, Artful Dodger existed in the mid-’70s difference that separated the Raspberries from Cheap Trick. Sonically, Artful Dodger skewed toward the large arena hooks from the Raspberries however they lacked the Paul McCartney infatuation of Eric Carmen, favoring a huge roar that …

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Hello People

Late-’60s concept music group Hello People was come up with by NY maker Lew Futterman. Basing his idea on French mime movies, Futterman assembled several Ohio musicians to create in the group, dressed up in complete face color and carrying out wordless mime routines between their tunes throughout their live …

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Bart & Friends

Led by Australian indie pop icon Bart Cummings (Library Reports founder and person in the Pet cat’s Miaow, Hydroplane, Pencil Tin, as well as the Shapiros) and having a revolving-door lineup of similarly beloved collaborators, Bart & Friends may be the pop underground supergroup from the land RIGHT HERE. The …

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Tony, Caro and John

Tony, Caro and John, a two-man-one-woman folk-rock trio, recorded the incredibly rare All for the Initial Time record in 1972. The threesome got a lot of their motivation from the Amazing String Band’s make of leprechaun-ish folk-rock, though songwriter and regular lead vocalist Tony Dore’s compositions had been even more …

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Nick & Simon

Nick & Simon certainly are a duo of Dutch pop singer/songwriters who produced their saving debut in 2006 and quickly started topping the country wide graphs with regularity. The duo is definitely made up of Nick Schilder (created November 6, 1983) and Simon Keizer (May 16, 1984), both of whom …

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Scrabbel

The San Francisco-based project Scrabbel make knotty-yet-breezy, wry-yet-whimsical indie pop tunes. Within their moodier occasions they think of Mates of Condition and American Analog Arranged, and within their spun-sugariest occasions they conjure up Tiger Capture and Heavenly. Dan Lee and #poundsign#’s Becky Barron teamed up to create Scrabbel in 1999, …

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