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Megapuss

Growing upon his psychedelic-inclined, ’70s-styled single albums, Devendra Banhart recruited Priestbird percussionist Greg Rogove in 2008 for the medial side task Megapuss. The Los Angeles-based duo premiered in June that yr at L.A.’s Hammer Museum. Unique materials plus an abstract cover of Tears for Concerns’ “Everybody Really wants to Guideline …

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King Tuff

Ruler Tuff may be the neo-garage alter ego of multifaceted musician Kyle Thomas. Implementing the moniker in his teenagers like a play on his initials as well as the name Ruler Tut, Thomas wouldn’t start playing as Tuff until 2006, when he self-released an recording via CD-R between using freaky …

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Crystal Antlers

Long Seaside, California’s Crystal Antlers started turning heads in 2008 using their recording debut, EP, a release that was made by Ikie Owens (known for his use the Mars Volta) and noted because of its mixture of psychedelic, garage area, and prog rock sounds. Jonny Bell (bass, vocals, woodwinds), Andrew …

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STRFKR

Starting out beneath the head-turning moniker Starfucker, STRFKR are an indie pop/indie electro group made up of Sexton Blake’s Josh Hodges, Junkface’s Ryan Bjornstad, and Mr. Fredrick’s Shawn Glassford. After key songwriter Hodges came back to Portland, Oregon carrying out a four-year stint in NEW YORK, he released two Sexton …

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Blood Ceremony

Acquiring their name from a 1972 Spanish horror flick called Ceremonia Sangrenta, Toronto, Canada’s Blood vessels Ceremony targeted traffic in authentic ’70s doom and heavy prog loaded with occult themes and occasional folk and psych rock and roll flourishes, none from it betraying the trick of experiencing been documented over …

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Starling Electric

Michigan-based psychedelic/chamber/space/pop/rock giants Starling Electrical originated as the recording project of singer/songwriter Caleb Dillon. A multi-instrumentalist and avid house recordist, the Traverse Town indigenous channeled his like of melodic ’60s and ’70s pop and artwork rock right into a prosperity of materials, around which coalesced the original lineup of drummer …

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Colourmusic

Oklahoma’s Colourmusic certainly are a high-concept indie group based around the idea that music is visual, which chords and records are represented by hues of color. This school of thought, popularized by Isaac Newton, led Ryan Hendrix and Nick Turner to start out the music group in 2005 while participating …

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Pontiak

Pontiak’s neo-psychedelic rock and roll is established by 3 brothers in the Blue Ridge section of Virginia — Truck (business lead vocals, electric guitar), Jennings (bass, body organ, vocals), and Lain Carney (drums, vocals) — who have been separately associated with numerous rings in the U.S. and European countries before …

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Blue Blood

Formed following the dissolution of his previous strap Gift Equine, Blue Blood may be the most recent single vehicle for Athens, Georgia-based singer/songwriter Hunter Morris. After splitting with Present Equine, Morris retreated towards the solitude of fly-fishing (he both methods and shows the artwork), and started writing new materials. As …

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Beach House

Despite their summery name, Beach House make music that’s dark, dreamy, and alluringly hypnotic. Baltimore citizens Alex Scally and Victoria Legrand (the niece of French composer Michel Legrand) produced the duo in 2005, with Legrand’s hushed, Nico-like vocals and Scally’s sensitive instrumentation paving just how for their initial batch of …

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