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Pnau

Pnau — featuring Sydney college buddies Nick Littlemore and Peter Mayes — weren’t the normal Aussie music action if they first strike the stage through the mid-’90s. Rather than rock, they performed acid home and trance. Within a changing environment down under, nevertheless, where dance music was attaining power, the …

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Sandrine Kiberlain

French actress Sandrine Kiberlain (given birth to Sandrine Kiberlajn in Paris, 1968) found the recording business in 2005 using the release of an initial LP entitled Manquait in addition qu’ça. Like a vocalist, she got the same mixture of tongue-in-cheek attitude and fragility as she got on display. She released …

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The National Trust

Neo-soul combo the Country wide Trust will be the brainchild of guitarist and composer Neil Rosario, who initial surfaced in 1990 using the noise rock and roll trio Dolomite. The initial lineup dissolved in 1992 after issuing only one, “Tarantula,” but Rosario and bassist Doug DeMers shortly reunited, adding vocalist/drummer …

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Soft Complex

The Washington, D.C., synth rock and roll group Soft Organic feature Shane German (vocals), Chris Connelly (electric guitar/tips), Full Dejong (drums), Mike Harbin (bass), and Alexia Kauffman (cello/keyboards). Developing a hypnotic brand-new wave-influenced audio that echoes the refined items of the Smiths, the Treat, and New Purchase, the indie rock …

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Van She

The Aussie dance-rock act Vehicle She formed in 2005 in the Sydney suburb of Bankstown. Each person in the music group — Michael Di Francesco (synths), Tomek Archer (drums), Nick Routledge (vocals/acoustic guitar), and Matt Vehicle Schie (bass) — got taken care of immediately an advertisement in Sydney’s Drum Press …

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Simian Mobile Disco

Producers/remixers Wayne Ford and Wayne Shaw formed Simian Mobile phone Disco in 2005, following their departure from your experimental electronic rock-band Simian. Both had originally created Simian with vocalist Simon Lord and Alex MacNaughton in the past due ’90s. Not quite happy with their functions within the music group and …

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Phoenix

The French group Phoenix pull elements off their eclectic ’80s upbringing to reach in a satisfying mixture of rock and synthesizers. Vocalist Thomas Mars, bassist Deck d’Arcy, and guitarist Christian Mazzalai had been a garage music group based away from Mars’ house within the suburbs of Paris. Mazzalai’s old brother …

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Zoot Woman

Owing just as much to Hall & Oates and Roxy Music because the Pet Store Boys, the trendy electro-pop trio Zoot Woman features producer Stuart Cost (who also functions as Les Rhythmes Digitales and Jacques Lu Cont) and brothers Johnny and Adam Blake (aka the remix duo Paper Encounters). Fusing …

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Nouvelle Vague

Having a name which means “new wave” in English and “bossa nova” in Portuguese, Nouvelle Vague’s moniker neatly sums in the group’s concept: remaking classic new wave singles having a Brazilian pop twist. Nouvelle Vague will be the brainchild of French makers Marc Collin and Olivier Libaux. Ahead of this …

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Jim Rodford

Jim Rodford is really a bassist that any lover of the Uk Invasion may envy, having used the Swinging Blue Denims as well as the Mike Natural cotton Sound, in addition to playing an integral role in the forming of the Zombies, and latterly signing up for the Kinks, where …

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