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My Luminaries

Stadium-ready, London-based alternate rock outfit My Luminaries shaped in the middle-2000s throughout the talents of James Ewers, Sam Stopford, and Saul and Dylan Perryman. The group, which is experienced in soaring, anthemic indie rock and roll in the vein of Arcade Fireplace, Broken Records, as well as the Guillemots, released …

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The Merediths

Louisville indie rock and roll collective the Merediths blend catchy melodies, weighty riffs, and intelligent lyrics into crafty slices of modern-day power pop. Comprising drummer Brian Haulter, bass participant Jesse Lucas, guitarist Tag Bryant, keyboardist Jonathan York, and Joe Meredith on business lead vocals and acoustic guitar, the quintet released …

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Ganglians

Falling somewhere within the noise-pop of rings want Wavves and Woods as well as the blissed-out psychedelia from the Beach front Boys, Sacramento, CA’s Ganglians features Ryan Grubbs, Kyle Hoover, Alex Sowles, and Adrian Comenzind. Grubbs fulfilled Sowles when he relocated from Portland, Or even to Sacramento, and fulfilled Comenzind, …

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Grooms

Brooklyn music group Grooms shaped when Travis Johnson, Emily Ambruso, and Gabriel Wurzel changed their band’s name from Muggabears in the springtime of 2009. You start with the typical vocals/acoustic guitar/bass/drums lineup and adding bursts of reverb and distortion, Grooms’ music consists of Polvo-esque jagged frenzy, the winding acoustic guitar …

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Dappled Cities

Australian quintet Dappled Metropolitan areas (referred to as Dappled Metropolitan areas Fly on the initial album) blend the lively grandiosity from the Flaming Lip area and Grandaddy using the chillier sonic explorations of Sigur Rós, for the sound that sometimes recalls the combination of pop song smarts and intensifying pomp …

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Blunt Mechanic

Essentially a solo vehicle for singer/songwriter/guitarist Ben Barnett, the Seattle-based Blunt Mechanic formed about 2008. Barnett acquired previously helmed the likewise inclined Similar to Spitting from 1996 to 2006, when the music group broke up. Offering Barnett’s knack for loud indie rock and roll, ’70s-inspired power pop, and punk, Blunt …

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The G

Harking back again to ‘90s alternative rock and roll, lo-fi indie rock and roll group The G pool from Pavement, Hum, and Dinosaur Jr. to create shoutalongs that are wealthy with fuzz acoustic guitar and hyperactive drumming. In the middle-2000s, while operating 423 Tillery — an underground artwork space in …

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Cymbals Eat Guitars

An indie rock-band from NEW YORK, Cymbals Eat Guitars produced their critically acclaimed full-length album debut in ’09 2009. Founded twelve months prior, the music group comprises Joseph D’Agostino (aka Joseph Ferocious; vocals, guitars), Matt Cohen (electric guitar), Neil Berenholz (bass), Matthew Miller (drums), and Daniel Baer (keyboards). D’Agostino, the …

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Drummer

Drummer may be the brainchild of Dark Tips skinsman Patrick Carney, who all envisioned beginning a music group with many of his fellow percussionists in Feb 2009 — but with non-e of them using drums. While his bandmate in the Tips, Dan Auerbach, was on tour, Carney had taken the …

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John Wesley Coleman III

Self-proclaimed “trash poet” John Wesley Coleman III incorporates indie rock slack with witty storytelling in his music. Hailing from Irving, Tx and living very much just like a drifter in East Austin, Coleman began engaging himself in a number of creative actions in the middle-2000s: carrying out with psychedelic five-piece …

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