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Bella

Vancouver indie pop trio Bella includes Cameron Fraser, Tiffany Garrett Sotomayor, and Charla McCucheon swapping equipment and trading off their business lead singer duties within an accessible design of music that might be classified seeing that retro-danceable shoegaze-pop, if this kind of genre existed. The music are crafted with basic …

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Frente!

Guitarist Simon Austin formed the Melbourne, Australian folk-pop music group Frente! in 1991, attracting Angie Hart, Simon Austin (electric guitar), Tim O’Connor, and Tag Picton (changed by Alastair Barden) to circular out the lineup. Frente! inserted the international limelight in the summertime of 1994 making use of their quirky acoustic …

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Cowboys International

A band that were able to bridge the space between Bowie, Eno and the brand new wave that could follow, Cowboys International was basically an all celebrity group collected by vocalist and songwriter Ken Lockie that released one tremendous album in 1979 and a small number of 45s (Thrash, Aftermath, …

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Enigma

A worldbeat dance fixture from the later 20th hundred years and beyond, having sold tens of an incredible number of albums worldwide, Enigma was formed in 1990 by Bucharest local Michael Cretu. The task is situated in Ibiza, Spain, where Cretu provides lived and documented because the early ’90s. Using …

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The Dirtmitts

Developing in Vancouver, Canada, in 1994, the Dirtmitts provide melodious compositions moving between alternative rock and roll and pop designs. Natasha Thirsk (vocals, electric guitar), Dallas Kruszelnicki (electric guitar), Jen Deon (bass), and Jason Lajeunesse (drums) will be the quartet in charge of the band’s masterpieces. Motivated by experimental works …

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Cut Copy

Australian indie digital group Cut Duplicate take a lot of their cues from contemporaries like Air flow, Daft Punk, and LCD Soundsystem, but with a distinctly pop sensibility that draws about traditional AM radio pop singles from your 1970s and ’80s, with components of vintage disco and synth pop that …

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The Beloved

Originally a quartet whose sound drew inspiration from psychedelia, the Beloved found their greatest success being a rave-influenced dance-pop duo. Through the entire Beloved’s fluid life, the guiding push behind the group continued to be vocalist Jon Marsh, who shaped the band Trip Through at Cambridge College or university with …

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Consolidated

Making use of their confrontational, stridently politically correct dance music, Consolidated became a little sensation in the first ’90s. Not merely was the group openly socialist, however the group included all their messages to their music; their information are unapologetically politics and occasionally antagonizingly so. And it had been the …

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James Figurine

Better known perhaps for his function in bands just like the Postal Program and Dntel, Adam Figurine (or Jimmy Tamborello) was inspired to generate his own techno-pop single album while in tour through Germany. Enlisting vocal help from Erlend Øye and Jenny Lewis, amongst others, Wayne Figurine’s debut single recording, …

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Kon Kan

The ’80s dance duo Kon Kan included members Barry Harris (vocals, keys, guitar) and Kevin Wynne (vocals). The group got their name from the expression “Can Con” (brief for “Canadian Content material”), that is the name of the guideline that enforces Canadian radio place to play a minimum of thirty …

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