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Honus Honus

Honus Honus is vocalist/songwriter/keyboardist Ryan Kattner. Though also known for his single output, he 1st produced his name as innovator from the Billboard-charting experimental rock-band Man Guy. Kattner created the group in Philadelphia in 2003 with guitarist/trumpeter Steven Dufala, bassist Clint Killingsworth, and drummer Tiberius Lyn. They produced their full-length …

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Life Without Buildings

Named following a Japan B-side, Lifestyle Without Buildings actually drew a bit more from many post-punk rings and another that their name appeared to recognize: Talking Minds. Formed through the summertime of 1999 on the Glasgow College of Artwork, Will Bradley (drums), Chris Evans (bass), Robert Johnston (electric guitar), and …

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Luxury

Atlanta’s Luxury includes vocalist Lee Bozeman, guitarist Jamie Bozeman, bassist Chris Foley and drummer Glenn Dark. The group comes from the Bozemans’ early ’90s music group the Shroud, who obtained a regional pursuing because of their passionate, spiritually-minded rock and roll. In 1995, the group transformed their name to High …

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Vexed

Founding users Milton Garrison (guitar) and Alfred Butler (bass) brought Vexed together in Seattle in the past due ’80s. They produced a sound which was weighty on funky bass lines, having a history of sound and rumble. Drummer David Lapp was present for his or her first launch on C/Z …

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down MF

Forging a union of post-punk noisemaking and soul-baring angst, down MF begins with a tone of voice that oozes melancholy, contempt, and mordant wit all at one time. Combine the tone of voice with the audio of the jagged guitar that prefers in order to avoid the reduced end and …

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Human Drama

Among the longest-lived American goth-inspired rings, Human Theatre is in lots of ways the automobile for vocalist/multi-instrumentalist Johnny Indovina, that has overseen the music group through a number of lineup adjustments and stylistic tests. As time passes he offers led Human Theatre through some inspired produces, his strong, simply tender …

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The Legends

The Legends are one of the indie pop projects masterminded by Swedish producer/musician Johan Angergård, whose various other bands are the Acid Home Kings, Eternal Loss of life, Djustin and Golf club 8. Primarily conceived like a fuzzy, gutsy indie pop work (something similar to a rougher, fierier edition of …

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Freezepop

Freezepop formed in 1999 in Boston, MA, so when tale has it they made a decision to type a synth pop music group as the icy great from the synthesizer was an ideal antidote compared to that summer’s excruciating temperature. The band includes vocalist Liz Excitement, programmer the Duke of …

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M83

In 2003, Frenchmen Anthony Gonzalez and Nicolas Fromageau enjoyed worldwide acclaim for the album Deceased Cities, Reddish colored Seas & Shed Ghosts, a luscious mixture of shoegaze aesthetics, ambient pop, and intensifying textures. But M83 have been liberating material for quite some time, having released their self-titled debut with the …

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Franz Ferdinand

Glasgow’s art-damaged rock and roll quartet Franz Ferdinand — named for the Austro-Hungarian Archduke whose murder sparked Globe War I actually — feature bassist Bob Hardy, guitarist Nick McCarthy, drummer Paul Thomson, and vocalist/guitarist Alex Kapranos. In past due 2001, Kapranos and Hardy got begun focusing on music jointly when …

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