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CC Dust

Created in Olympia, Washington by vocalist/artist/dancer Mary Jane Dunphe (from the energetic punk group Vexx) and bassist/producer David Jacques, CC Dust combine the danceable punk energy of DFA Documents artists, the swooping drama of vintage 4AD rings, and a lot of melodic Fresh Order-style basslines. Topped off using the occasionally …

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Little Cub

Composed of Dominic Gore, Duncan Tootill, and Ady Acolatse, Small Cub are an alternative/indie pop trio located in South-East London, U.K. Although their audio developed mainly in London, the ensemble in fact produced in Dorking, Surrey in 2015. Gore and Tootill fulfilled by possibility and immediately bonded more than a …

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Scandroid

Emerging through the dystopian cyberpunk depths of Neo-Tokyo, Scandroid can be a musical task developed by synthwave designer Klayton. Created Scott Albert, the Detroit-based designer (aka Klay Scott) developed the character Crimson, who, based on the imaginary origin story, found out the “New Vintage” sound of the “forgotten period” (i.e., …

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Boxed In

Having a name inspired by Francis Bacon’s painting Head VI, London’s Boxed In may be the electropop task of singer/songwriter/producer Oli Bayston. In the middle-2000s, Bayston was an associate from the Manchester-based music group Keith; when the group known as it quits, he worked well behind the moments as an …

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No Devotion

Looking to range themselves completely through the controversy and subsequent incarceration from the singer of their former strap Lostprophets, the rest of the members went inside a different direction altogether, abandoning the former appear and moniker to come back as No Devotion in 2014. Teaming up with previous Thursday night …

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Young Boy

Young Boy may be the recording task of musicians Alessandro Baris and Joseph Desler Costa, two half-brothers who had been separated at a age and later on reunited as adults. Costa grew up in the U.S. and is most beneficial known for his use Chicago-based experimental indie outfit L’Altra. Baris …

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ILLLS

The project of Steven Ross, ILLLS’ murky psych-pop reflects the length he felt from Southern rock during his Mississippi childhood. After going after a music level at Nashville’s Belmont music system in 2008 and getting it never to his preference, he came back to his house state to keep his …

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The Cyclist

Named following Natalia Goncharova’s painting The Cyclist, Andrew Morrison began producing lo-fi electronic music beneath the Cyclist alias at age group 18 in his house city of Derry, in North Ireland. Influenced from the warm, dusty VCR mind aesthetic of Planks of Canada’s Geogaddi, as well as the dance beats …

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The New Division

John Kunkel began composing new influx/synth pop music in 2005 while attending California Baptist School in Riverside, California, heavily inspired by rings such as for example New Purchase and Depeche Setting. Over another few years, the brand new Division begun to turn into a complete music group, with Michael Janz …

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Black Marble

Inspired by early-’80s synth pop, cold and darkwave, as well as the mighty bass playing of New Order’s Peter Hook, Dark Marble shaped as an outlet for the musical ideas of Chris Stewart. Teaming with ex-Team Robespierre member Ty Kube, the Brooklyn duo documented a five-song EP, Pounds Against the …

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