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King Washington

An indie rock-band whose music incorporates components of pop, hard rock and roll, and progressive rock and roll with breathy harmonies, Ruler Washington hail from LA, California. The group was shaped in 2005 by Tyson Kelly, whose dad, Tom Kelly, can be a famous songwriter that has penned strikes for …

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Ejecta

Originally referred to as Ejecta, Young Ejecta may be the sensual synth pop collaboration of producer Joel Ford and vocalist/songwriter Leanne Macomber. Ford spent some time working with an array of electronic-based functions, including Tigercity, Autre Ne Veut, Oneohtrix Stage By no means, and Ford & Lopatin; Macomber spent some …

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Angel Kaplan

Angel Kaplan is a singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist located in the town of Gijón, Spain. He initial became known in Spain’s underground picture as the first choice of power pop group Bubblegum, which produced in 2000. He also was the bassist for Spanish garage area action Doctor Explosion and in …

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Ballet School

Ballet College are an indie pop trio from Berlin who mix graceful ’80s pop noises with dreamy shoegaze components and items of ’90s R&B. Vocalist Rosie Blair and guitarist Michel Collet shaped the music group in 2012. Both had been expats (Blair can be from Ireland and Collet from Brazil) …

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La Coscienza di Zeno

Using a band name produced from Italo Svevo’s 1923 book whose title translates from Italian into English as Zeno’s Conscience, the Genoa, Italy-based prog rock-band La Coscienza di Zeno was formed in 2007 by singer Alessio Calandriello, bassist Gabriele Guidi Colombi, drummer Andrea Orlando, and guitarist Matteo Malvezzi. Subsequently, keyboardists …

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Homunculus Res

Located in Palermo, Italy, Homunculus Res can be an often breezy group whose music harks back again to the pop part from the ’60s-’70s Canterbury sound and early Italian prog from the same era, with suitably retro elements but also the compositional complexity and production details one would anticipate from …

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Syd Arthur

Since their formation in 2006, British psych-rock quartet Syd Arthur have immersed themselves in the rich musical history of their native Canterbury, drawing influences from later-’60s and early-’70s progressive pioneers just like the Soft Machine and Caravan, and filtering them through a far more contemporary lens. Brothers Liam and Joel …

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Five-Storey Ensemble

Belorussian avant-prog group Rational Diet plan began an ambitious plan in the beginning of 2011, but by enough time the bandmembers exited the studio room after some recording sessions enduring until Feb of the next year, the group — or at least Rational Diet plan as a music group name …

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Iamthemorning

A “chamber progressive” duo who fuse classical, rock and roll, jazz, and electronic affects, iamthemorning were formed in St. Petersburg, Russia this year 2010. People Marjana Semkina (vocals) and Gleb Kolyadin (keyboards) are both classically educated artists who continue steadily to study within their particular disciplines. While Semkina and Kolyadin …

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Parlour Flames

A collaboration between guitarist Paul Arthurs — most widely known as Bonehead, the next guitarist in Oasis through the group’s ’90s heyday — and songer/writer Alan Wilkes (who performs beneath the stage name Vinny Peculiar and has previously caused such iconoclasts as Expenses Drummond and Luke Haines), Parlour Flames is …

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