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Hammer Damage

Akron post-punk quartet Hammer Harm was formed in 1978 by ex-Rubber Town Rebels bassist Scott Winkler and drummer Michael Hammer, who remained in Ohio when all of those other Rebels lineup relocated to LA. Vocalist Dave Zagar and guitarist George Cabaniss finished the initial Hammer Harm roster, although after issuing …

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Aerialist

Aerialist is a spacy, eclectic synth-driven task helmed by Washington, D.C. indie picture regular Lary Hoffman. Previously a member of the indie rock and roll trio known as 5 Condition Drive, he started Aerialist in 1997 to test out synthesizers and brand-new wave melodies. Joined up with by Stevie Treichel …

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Vairon

The Detroit electro-rock trio Vairon were formed in 2006 by members of other regional bands, including Silent Hero as well as the Killer Flamingos. Featuring the skills of business lead vocalist/programmer Steve Kinser, guitarist Todd Greatest, and guitarist/vocalist Derek Demara, Vairon released the EP Indigo Skylines in 2007.

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Dial M for Murder!

Paying tribute towards the Chameleons and Delight Division, darkwave revivalists Dial M for Murder! create dark, moody pop. Created in 2007 by David Ortenlöf and Anders Lantto, the Swedish duo includes a haunting and stylish audio, with classic drum devices and lo-fi atmospherics starting and setting up a basis for …

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My Disco

Hailing from Melbourne, Australia, post-punk trio My Disco had been created in 2003 by brothers Liam and Ben Andrews and Rohan Rebeiro. Called for any Big Black track, the band specific in angular, cerebral indie rock and roll. My Disco produced a name for themselves using their occupied touring schedules, …

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Future Islands

Led by crooning frontman Samuel T. Herring, the associates of Upcoming Islands began producing electropop music jointly in 2003 while participating in East Carolina University’s artwork plan. Along with Herring, the original associates of the group had been Adam Beeby, William Cashion, Gerrit Welmers, and Kymia Nawabi, plus they performed …

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UUVVWWZ

Their music isn’t quite as unusual as their name, but it’s close. UUVVWWZ (pronounced “dual U, dual V, double dual U, Zee”) consider their weirdo cues from indie rings like Deerhoof, Micachu, and Kap Bambino with unconventional track structures, angular acoustic guitar riffage, rigid start-stop rhythms, and frantic yelping. Guitarist …

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The Moi Non Plus

An electronically based acoustic guitar, drums, and test duo located in Amsterdam, Moi Non In addition released their eponymous debut through the picture journal and label, Subbacultcha! in Oct of 2008.

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Cof Cof

Ana Analogica and Alex Cuadrado formed the Valencia, Spain-based duo Cof Cof in the first 2000s, forging a sweaty, glittery lo-fi dance pop audio that sounded such as a hodgepodge of a variety of their contemporaries, including Yelle, CSS, and Structures in Helsinki. Analogica and Cuadrado produced their debut mini-album, …

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Paul Quinn

Glasgow-born singer Paul Quinn initial emerged in the first ’80s lending his deep, wealthy voice being a backing vocalist for Edwyn Collins and Orange Juice. After tenures with Yaz’s Vince Clarke and Aztec Camera’s Roddy Body, Quinn lay out for a single career, developing a support music group dubbed the …

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