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God Made Me Funky

A Toronto-based self-proclaimed “nu-funk” collective (by 2008, the group numbered 9, and that amount included Kaybe and Lynzie Kent on vocals, Phatt on raps, Danny Argyle on bass, Cam Dougall on electric guitar, trumpeter Affluent Grossman, Benji Perosin on sax, and Arthur Kerekes on drums), God Made Me personally Funky …

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Ransom

Jersey Town rapper Randy Nichols, better referred to as Ransom, was originally given birth to in Brooklyn, NY in Sept 1980. His father’s slaying and mother’s serious disease forced Nichols in which to stay foster care a couple of years, but he and his mom ultimately relocated to Shirt Town …

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Bomshel

Bomshel began while an ambitious Wednesday night time ritual, where vocalist Buffy Lawson and fiddler Kristy O. would make use of Nashville’s slowest pub night mainly because their stepping rock into probably one of the most intimidating music moments around. Quickly, Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge was filled up with people, including …

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Half Foot Outside

Spanish hardcore/punk foursome Fifty percent Foot Outside produced its debut inside a compilation released by Gordiscos in 1997. The group quickly recorded their 1st album, So Known as, which was released by Brutus Discos in 1998. After playing along with comparable local bands, Fifty percent Foot Outdoors founded its label, …

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The Laurie Berkner Band

Vocalist/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Laurie Berkner didn’t consider learning to be a highly successful children’s performer. THE BRAND NEW Jersey indigenous spent her formative years immersed in music, taking part in from choir to orchestra to musical theatre. After finishing university, Berkner spent period like a music counselor at summer season …

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Sissy Wish

Norwegian pop artist Sissy Wish (aka Siri Wålberg) produced her debut using the 6 Feet High EP in 2003. As an unsigned designer she received very much attention and publicity on Norwegian radio and in early 2005, she received a Norwegian Grammy for the debut recording YOU MIGHT Breathe (2004). …

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Tigercity

Wanting to stick out from most of NY City’s post-punk-inspired rings, Brooklyn’s Tigercity chosen a mixture of new wave, soft rock and roll, and disco, grafting the melodies of Hall & Oates and Scritti Politti in the is better than of Chic and Prince and tossing in a small amount …

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Hot Chocolate

Through the ’70s, a set of different rings utilized the Hot Chocolate moniker: one was located in the united kingdom (scoring an enormous worldwide disco strike with “You Sexy Thing”), as the other was lesser-known and hailed from the united states (Cleveland, OH, to become exact). Comprising people Lou Ragland …

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Squirrel Click Movers

The Squirrel Click Movers certainly are a loose collective of artists centered around the brand new Orleans-based record label Squirrel Information. The group users — Ms. Chancellor, Nyja, 4Shay, Gator Traxxs, and Sol — perform R&B, gospel, and hip-hop. Their four-song debut, Da Technique EP, features previous Cash Cash rapper …

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Miss Pussycat

Whimsical yet thought-provoking puppeteer and visible and recording artist Miss Pussycat (aka Panacea Theriac) was created and raised in Antlers, Oklahoma. She started creating young, influenced by her father’s paintings and her amount of time in her church’s Christian Puppet Youngsters Ministry. After learning art in university, she shifted to …

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