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Penetration Moon

A bluesy, glam-rock-inspired, one-off aspect task from Blag Dahlia of scum-punk legends Dwarves, Penetration Moon released a 7″, “Fifth each day,” in 1991 via Sympathy for the Record Market. A Dwarves launch in every but name, the music group documented an eponymous complete album’s well worth of material, mainly covers, …

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June of 44

Following a sudden demise of Rodan, guitarist Jeff Mueller held Louisville’s math rock and roll flame burning along with his new strap, June of 44. Pursuing in the footsteps of Mueller’s previously music group, in addition to picture progenitors Slint, June of 44 crafted noisy, dissonant, complex acoustic guitar rock …

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Savage Republic

Numbers of considerable repute inside the LA post-punk community from the 1980s, Savage Republic grafted tribal percussion, industrial drones, and raga-like acoustic guitar lines together to art an idiosyncratically moody audio with flashes of both desolation and eloquent grandeur. With the capacity of both severe dissonance and shimmering textures, Savage …

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Whirlwind Heat

The Moog rock trio Whirlwind High temperature — whose name originates from the cover artwork for Sonic Youth’s album Goo — features vocalist/keyboardist David Swanson, bassist Steve Damstra, and drummer Brad Holland. Originally, the Grand Rapids, MI-area trio, who’ve been close friends since fourth quality, had a far more traditional …

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Love Life

Like Life formed within the springtime of 1999 when two associates of Jaks, vocalist Katrina Ford and guitarist Sean Antanaitis, relocated to Baltimore from Ann Arbor. Teaming up with Anthony Malat, previous bassist for Great Unraveling, the trio embarked on a thorough visit a ideal drummer. After six different players …

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Desert City Soundtrack

Desert Town Soundtrack started in Portland, and featured Matt Carillo (guitars, vocals), Cory Grey (secrets, vocals, trumpet), and Brian Wright (drums). More than some produces the trio perfected its lush, detached make of indie rock and roll that incorporated components of Created to Spill, Sebadoh, Ben Folds Five, as well …

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Jucifer

Rising away from a fresh wave of individual music from Athens, Georgia, sludge steel duo Jucifer created an audio that resembled R.E.M. on the subject of as much because the NY Dolls resembled Barry Manilow. Alternating between atmospherics and frantic punk metallic, the boyfriend-girlfriend group of Ed Livengood and Amber …

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Lee Harvey Oswald Band

A band because the later-’70s, Lee Harvey Oswald Music group released a self-titled album for Contact & Use 1989 along with a Taste Of Jail in 1994. The group is well known for out-of-control Chicago noise-rock.

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Dazzling Killmen

Among the Midwest’s hardest-hitting rings from the mid-’90s, the Dazzling Killmen never lived up to the critical achievement of the appropriately named second record, Encounter of Collapse. Even though record, released in Feb 1994, was dubbed the “number 1 heavy record from the 10 years” by Alternative Press, it proclaimed …

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Despistado

Despistado was formed in later 2001 by way of a couple of Regina, Saskatchewan, natives who combated the bitter cool of the surroundings by light a fireplace of frenetic indie rock and roll that claimed just as much impact from Wire’s angularity since it did Modest Mouse’s quirkiness. Made up …

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