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Shadow

Although Darkness falls neatly in to the melodic, riff-driven death steel design centered in Gothenburg, Sweden, and typified by bands like Dark Tranquillity, In Flames, and Arch Foe, they’re in fact from Osaka, Japan — and fronted by a lady vocalist who are able to growl and roar with the …

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Teachers Pet

Along with better known bands such as for example Devo, Rocket through the Crypt, and Pere Ubu, the obscure Teacher’s Family pet were members of Akron, OH’s oft-overlooked, but creatively visionary, punk rock and fresh wave scene from the middle-’70s. Born through the ashes of a difficult rock and roll …

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Agnes

Perhaps most widely known mainly because the fourth-place finisher in Finland’s version of it vocal competition Pop Idol, Polish-born songstress Agnes Pihlava is a robust vocalist whose sexy and strong style harks back again to such iconic very difficult rock artists mainly because Heart, Pat Benatar, as well as the …

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Neverstore

A Swedish punk-pop act shaped in 2000 in Skövde, Neverstore (bassist Oscar Kempe, drummer Eric Lantz, and guitarist/vocalist Jacob Widén) drew comparisons to such established American brands in the genre as Green Time and Weezer. Their debut one, “So A lot of INSUFFICIENT,” premiered right before their debut record, Sevenhundred …

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Harold Cooper

A studio room violinist, Harold Cooper’s recordings are the ’60s Okeh classes by singer Walter Jackson. He’s not linked to either the Dixieland clarinetist nor the expatriate jazz trumpeter who talk about his name.

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Dave Shuford

Dave Shuford is usually a member from the No-Neck Blues Music group (NNCK) from Brooklyn, NY and its own many offshoots. He also performs as D. Charles Speer, songwriter, guitarist, and frontman for the music group D. Charles Speer & the Helix.

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Depresy

Among Slovakia’s most successful rock bands (but still but a blip for the international radar), Depresy released a quartet of quite competent, gothic loss of life steel albums — 1995’s …AND Came the Tears of Christ, 1998’s A Grand Magnificence, 1999’s Sightings, and 2003’s Psychomantium Sensation — before disbanding with …

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Jippu

Jippu is a Finnish pop vocalist/songwriter who made her record debut in 2006 and who topped the albums graph in her homeland with her second record, Kuka Teki Minusta Tän Naisen, in 2008. Delivered Meri-Tuuli Elorinne on Sept 10, 1985, in Helsinki, Finland, she experienced some preliminary success using the …

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The Kax

A post-punk power pop trio based away of LA, CA, the Kax are singer and guitarist Justin Clay, bassist Stephan Versini, and drummer Drew Give. Featuring a effective yet melodic audio that echoes Fugazi blended with early U2 yet appears somehow entirely initial and current, the music group released the …

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Verneri Pohjola

Verneri Pohjola has generated a reputation as you of Finland’s leading — and busiest — jazz music artists, but music is within his blood, seeing that he’s the kid of Pekka Pohjola, among the country’s most adventurous bass players who all came old in the prog rock and roll era …

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