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Animal Collective

Pet Collective were shaped in Baltimore Region, Maryland, by longtime friends and musical collaborators Avey Tare (David Portner), Panda Carry (Noah Lennox), Deakin (Josh Dibb), and Geologist (Brian Weitz). Having a penchant for genre-hopping and studio room experimentation, the group started drawing evaluations to everyone from your Residents as well …

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Cineplexx

Argentinean graphic musician Sebasti√°n Litmanovich began building recordings beneath the name of Cineplexx in 1997 carrying out a life-altering stint in NEW YORK, where Litmanovich started his initial music group, the Amarena Occurrence. A prolific musician, Litmanovich released four albums (Comprimido, Posologia, Electrocardiograma, and Capacidad Maxima: 1 Persona) during the …

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Throw Me the Statue

Acquiring the moniker Throw Me the Statue from a vintage mixtape name, one-man multi-instrumentalist Scott Reitherman relocated from Half Moon Bay, a little city south of SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, to NY and Seattle with aspirations of setting up an unbiased label known as Baskerville Hill Details. Inspired with the …

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The Dodos

Originally formed in 2006 simply because Dodobird simply by multi-instrumentalist Meric Longer, unpredictable SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA indie rock duo the Dodos acquired their fresh moniker using the arrival of Logan Kroeber, a fellow Western world Coastline artist whose penchant for experimental drumming and progressive metal melded properly with Long’s …

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Wooden Wand & the Vanishing Voice

Furthermore to jogging the Polyamory label with Tovah O’Rourke, Adam Toth was the first choice of New York-based avant-garde/freak folk ensemble Wooden Wand & the Vanishing Tone of voice. Taking the initial section of that name as his very own — and sometimes billing himself as “Wooden Wand Jehovah” — …

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AU

Drawing as much comparisons to Terry Riley and Philip Cup as they perform to Grizzly Carry and Pet Collective, Portland, OR’s Au will be the brainchild of singer/songwriter Luke Wyland, who started the group in 2005 even though their studies at the Massachusetts College of Art. After relocating, he linked …

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Grampall Jookabox

Grampall Jookabox (think that “Grandpa Jukebox” while slurred by way of a three-year-old) was shaped while an alter ego for Midwest maker/songwriter David Adamson. The Indianapolis indigenous developed a like for hip-hop at a age, setting up rhymes over boombox beats on the four-track recorder directed at him by his …

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The Ruby Suns

The Ruby Suns combine psychedelic indie pop with world music influences, sketching inspiration in the travels from the group’s only permanent member, Ryan McPhun. Although blessed and elevated in California, McPhun’s thirst for experience ultimately drew him halfway throughout the world, where he ventured into Africa and Thailand before settling …

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Ela Orleans

Polish-born experimental pop musician Ela Orleans relocated to Glasgow, Scotland in 1998 and joined up with collage-pop group Hassle Hound, in the beginning calling herself Lizzy Swimmers. Orleans relocated to Warsaw in 2000 and started working on single material, in addition to collaborating with Marcus Schmickler and carrying on to …

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Pikelet

Pikelet — named following a kind of pancake — is Melbourne, Australia’s Evelyn Morris. While her very own music is really a soft mix of electric guitar, accordion, percussion, along with a loop pedal, Morris can be the drummer for heavier rings Baseball and Accurate Radical Magic. A Pikelet demonstration …

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