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Joyride

Joyride was a punk-pop offshoot of Orange Region hardcore pioneers the Children, forming following the 1989 dissolution of this band’s mid-’80s reunion lineup. Bassist/vocalist Steve Soto and drummer Sandy Hansen — the previous a charter Adolescent, the second option a reunion-only participant — teamed up with guitarist/co-lead vocalist Greg Antista …

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The A.K.A.s (Are Everywhere!)

Based away of NEW YORK, the energetic and danceable punk from the A.K.A.s materialized around vocalist Mike Skiing, the past frontman for influential Pa hardcore clothing Brother’s Keeper. He relocated from Erie to N.Con.C. while BK had been still active, and even though the music group managed to launch one …

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Radium

Intelligent dark rockers Radium evolved from vocalist Tabatha Predovich’s prior work in some musical tasks from Minneapolis to London and finally Detroit. In Minneapolis in 1990, Predovich performed using the improvisational device Velvet Rat. Her knowledge and exposure using the music group was more than enough to attract the eye …

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Panoply Academy Glee Club

The Panoply Academy Glee Membership is made up of Nick Quagliara (vocals, bass), Marty Sprowles (vocals, guitar), Darin Glenn (vocals, guitar, trombone), Bekkah Walker (vocals, keyboards, samples), and Ryan Hicks (drums). Produced in springtime 1996 in Bloomington, IN, the group released the one “The Administration” in Apr 1997. Their full-length …

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Outnumbered

Jangle-punks the Outnumbered created in Champaign-Urbana, Illinois in 1982 by vocalist/guitarist Jon Ginoli and vocalist/bassist Paul Budin, who initial met even though both had been reviewing information for the University or college of Illinois’ college student paper The Daily Illini. Teaming with business lead guitarist Tim McKeage and drummer Ken …

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Robert Gordon

Robert Gordon’s impact on the audio and path of U.K. techno and electronica is certainly hardly recommended by his discography, which include only a small number of EPs and an individual full-length. One of the primary to mix the techno audio of Detroit with an increase of pronounced electro, brand-new …

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The Moving Pictures

Using their 1994 debut EP entitled Hummingbird, the Moving Pictures first showcased their trademark of gleaming, blissful twee pop. Hailing from Madrid, the duo of Chity and Carlos offered your guitar, bass, drum and key pad combination using the followed affects of New Purchase, the Cardigans as well as the …

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The Invisible

The Invisible produce a thick but satisfying musical stew using their cerebral mixture of art rock, post-punk, funk, dance-pop, and Afro-beat. The London trio started when vocalist/guitarist Dave Okumu tapped bassist Tom Herbert and drummer Leo Taylor for any 2006 solo task. The trio quickly gelled; recognizing themselves like a …

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Ornatos Violeta

If there’s a good example of a Portuguese music group that didn’t quite fulfill its potential, Ornatos Violeta is most definitely one of these. Initially known as Suores dos Reis, Ornatos Violeta produced in 1991. Its lineup was nearly formed from the starting, save for a limited period where in …

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La Roux

Indicating “red-haired one” in People from france, La Roux may be the synth pop task of flame-haired singer/songwriter Elly Jackson and keyboardist/producer Ben Langmaid. Before they collaborated, Jackson, the child of celebrity Trudie Goodwin, was raised hearing folk performers and vocalist/songwriters like Nick Drake and Joni Mitchell, and drew motivation …

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