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Les Savy Fav

Playing sharp but interesting post-hardcore with complex melodic lines, edgy guitar numbers, and a lot of eccentric wit (their name, for example, seems French, but doesn’t imply anything), Les Savy Fav had been shaped in 1995 by five friends going to the Rhode Island Classes of Style. Vocalist Tim Harrington, …

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De Rosa

Originally a five-piece group, when De Rosa split up in 2003, 3 years after their inception, vocalist Martin John Henry made a decision to re-form the group rather than ending things totally, bringing in brothers Neil Woodside (in drums) and James Woodside (in bass, melodica, and mandolin). Following a calendar …

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Magnapop

This Athens, GA, band creates high-energy punk-pop with catchy hooks and literate lyrics. Why is Magnapop interesting (and various from lots of the punk-pop rings available) may be the mix of Linda Hopper’s easy, unhurried vocals as well as the furious lashings of Ruthie Morris’ acoustic guitar — it generates …

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Jebediah

Jebediah was formed in-may 1995 in Perth, Australia’s most isolated main city, as definately not Australia’s other main population centres since it is through the country’s Asian neighbours. That isolation offers tended to create inquisitive musical hybrids. Kevin Mitchell (Acoustic guitar/Vocals), Chris Daymond (Acoustic guitar) and Vanessa Thornton (Bass) fulfilled …

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stellastarr*

While attending Brooklyn’s Pratt Institute from the Arts in the past due ’90s, vocalist/guitarist Shawn Christensen, bassist Amanda Tannen, and drummer Arthur Kremer befriended each other for what would ultimately become a music trip. The threesome got barely grasped the wonder of their particular instruments, so developing the music group …

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The Dismemberment Plan

Washington, D.C.-centered emo quartet the Dismemberment Plan — frontman Travis Morrison, guitarist Jason Caddell, bassist Eric Axelson, and drummer Joe Easley — debuted in 1994 using the solitary “Can We Be Adult?,” putting your signature on to DeSoto release a the full-length ! in nov 1995. The Dismemberment Strategy Is …

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Everclear

Though Everclear’s Northwestern grunge-punk style was hardly groundbreaking once the band rose to popularity in 1995, the trio’s hook-ridden songs and Artwork Alexakis’ “us against them” lyrics were taken up to heart by tired Gen-X young adults. Everclear’s sound shown the rock and roll, post-punk, and vocalist/songwriter affects of frontman …

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Carnival Art

The slightly bent guitar rock of L.A.’s Carnival Artwork took its lessons in the demented Pixies. Comprising Michael P. Tak (vocals, electric guitar), Ed (electric guitar, vocals), Brian Bell (bass, vocals), and Keith Fallis (drums), Carnival Artwork released their debut LP, Thrumdrone, in 1991. Agreed upon to Beggars Banquet, Carnival …

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J.Z. Barrell

Given birth to in Spain but raised in Brooklyn, Barrell started his musical profession when high school finished, using the NYC clothing the Alter Males. Creating a hype for themselves, the music group was authorized to the impartial Big Time Information, but when the business went stomach up, the Alter …

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Cheerleadr

Known for his or her aggressive, melodic design of alternative rock and roll, Boston’s Cheerleadr includes vocalist/guitarist Can Claflin, guitarist Graeme Hall, bassist Johnny Fortin, and drummer Phil Mathews. The group created in 1995 and released their 1997 debut recording, Cream of Cheerleadr, towards the acclaim from the Boston Phoenix, …

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