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Monsters Build Mean Robots

Brighton’s Monsters Build Mean Robots produce music that’s dramatic and active, layered thick using the textures of electronic noises and electric guitar loops. Motivated by instrumental post-rockers Godspeed You Dark Emperor! and called after a lyric within a Magic Mt. Zion’s “Horses in the Sky,” the music group was originally …

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The Juliet Kilo

A lo-fi task that drew on affects as disparate as Iron & Wines, the Books, and the ocean and Wedding cake, the Juliet Kilo began in 2003 when David Levin started building recordings in his cellar studio room. He released his 1st Juliet Kilo recording a couple of years later, …

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Swiss Dot

The Brooklyn collective Swiss Dot is made up of Jenna Alden (vocals/synthesizer), Erica Sood (synthesizer/vocals/drum machine), and Clara Ellertson (guitar); the trio produces an elegant electro-pop audio derivative of Ladytron, but having a Devo-like spunk. Swiss Dot primarily passed the St. Felix moniker. They performed their 1st gig in the …

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Imogene

Consisting of past users of Thinner, Crucifix, and Loudspeaker, Imogene met up in 1997 to mix several ambient sounds and trip-hop beats. Without the usage of loud guitars and pounding drums, the users of Kevin Friedman (acoustic guitar), Christo Douglas (drums), Jennifer Folker (vocalist), and Mitch Dark brown (bass) wished …

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Hannah Peel

Choice singer/songwriter Hannah Peel off was created in North Ireland, and began her musical career using the fiddle in her father’s music group. At age 18, she went to Paul McCartney’s Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts, where she created her violin, trombone, and piano abilities. Pursuing session function for Sandi …

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Le Loup

Vocalist/banjoist Sam Simkoff prospects the indie rock and roll collective Le Loup, whose 6 members combine diverse devices and full-band harmonies to produce an orchestrated, experimental audio. Simkoff spent the second option half of 2006 indoors, using his family computer to record the music that could quickly constitute Le Loup’s …

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Sola

Sola established themselves through the entire Philadelphia area being a live music group and expanded their status nationally when Obey THE HUMAN BRAIN released the instrumental post-rock band’s debut recording, UNDERNEATH, in 2002. Made up of five music artists — drummer/multi-instrumentalist Chris Powell, percussionist Greg Giuliano, guitarist Dave Moylan, bassist …

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Econoline

Beneath the inspirations of Created to Spill, Pavement, and Husker Du, the lineup of Ian (vocals/electric guitar), Steve (bass/vocals), Rowan (electric guitar), and Tom (drums) formed beneath the moniker of Econoline in early 2000. Following the discharge of their self-titled debut EP through Badmusic Information within a few a few …

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Carl Hultgren

As one fifty percent from the acclaimed Michigan space rock and roll duo Windy & Carl, Carl Hultgren began sculpting his personal spectral acoustic guitar drones with partner Windy Weber in the first ’90s, their dark and evocative albums heading on to impact the next era of astral travelers. The …

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Phantom Buffalo

Hailing in the rocky shores of America’s elder Portland (Maine), psychedelic songsmiths Phantom Buffalo started their job in 1998 as the Ponys, a name they utilized until 2004 whenever a dispute using the Chicago post-punk band of the same name triggered these to rechristen themselves. Led by dueling vocalist/guitarists Jonathan …

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