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Souls She Said

Souls She Said may be the indie/sound rock and roll alter ego part task of Joe Cardamone (vocals) and Don Devore (acoustic guitar) from your punk metal music group the Icarus Collection. The duo released the Rub the Rest Out EP on Buddyhead in 2003, accompanied by As Templar Nites …

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Half Man Half Biscuit

The acerbic post-punk outfit About half Man About half Biscuit was formed in Birkenhead, Britain in 1984 by singer/guitarist Nigel Blackwell, his guitarist brother Si, bassist Neil Crossley, and drummer Paul Wright. While still languishing in comparative obscurity, they joined the studio room in 1985 to record their debut LP, …

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George Drakoulias

George Drakoulias was an employee manufacturer and A&R professional on the (Def) American label, where he discovered and later on helmed albums for rings including the Dark Crowes as well as the Jayhawks. Delivered in 1965, he originally performed drums in regional garage rings as a teenager, but later turned …

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Brendan Lynch

b. USA. Regardless of the Neil Adolescent -designed delivery of his tracks, Brendan Lynch’s musical education arrived in the group of punk rings that he became a member of from age 13. Certainly, he still cites Dark Flag, X as well as the Blasters among his biggest influences. Located in …

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Air Cuba

The electronic/rock and roll hybrid Cuba includes Ashley Bates and Christopher Andrew. They self-financed their 1st singles Fiery Mix and Havana, that was released by 4AD in 1998. The next yr, the group added ‘Atmosphere’ to the start of their name, plus they released their debut recording Leap Of Trust.

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Thee Hypnotics

Fusing hard rock and roll muscle using the high-decibel rebellion of Detroit rock and roll trailblazers like the MC5 as well as the Stooges, Thee Hypnotics’ maximum-impact approach arrived just because the likeminded grunge explosion was needs to pull off, even though the group never quite broke through in america, …

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The Razorcuts

The Razorcuts were area of the legendary C-86 picture within the U.K. and continued to become one of the most important indie pop sets of the 1980s. Founded in 1985 in Luton, Britain by Tim Vass and Gregory Webster, the Razorcuts released singles for the Subway Firm and Traveling Nun …

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The Soup Dragons

Before Scotland’s Soup Dragons hit the mainstream making use of their reggae-infused cover from the Rolling Rocks’ “I’m Free of charge,” the Glasgow four-piece were poised to transport the torch first lit from the Buzzcocks as well as the Adverts. Created in the middle-’80s around vocalist/guitarist — and eventual programmer …

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The Weather Prophets

Guitarist/vocalist Peter Astor and drummer Dave Morgan shaped the jangly Climate Prophets directly after their earlier music group, the Loft, break up in 1985. Astor have been preparing his defection through the Loft for quite a while and was stressed to start out anew with an increase of control. The …

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The Music

Brit-pop got a fresh face in the brand new millennium, because of the burgeoning reputation of new rings want Coldplay and Doves. The Music was an integral part of that youthful crowd, overtaking the U.K. indie graphs by storm through the summertime of 2002. Made up of schoolhood chums Stuart …

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