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Chris Thomas

Chris Thomas was being among the most acclaimed and versatile makers of the rock and roll era, weathering a variety of adjustments in musical behaviour and tastes to stay in the forefront of modern pop for many years. Created in Britain’s Middlesex region on January 13, 1947, Thomas was launched …

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Orlando

Orlando was the most successful and visible music group to emerge from your extremely short romo movement from the mid-’90s. Led by songwriter/keyboardist Dickon Edwards, Orlando mixed the trendy, synthesized dance-pop of the first ’80s with Pulp’s feeling of purpose, the Manic Road Preachers’ feeling of outrage, Morrissey’s love of …

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So Cow

Therefore Cow can be an indie pop combo led by Irish singer, songwriter, and guitarist Brian Kelly, performing tracks built around his lively but skittish melodies and wiry acoustic guitar function. While Kelly comes from Tuam, Ireland, Therefore Cow got its begin in Seoul, South Korea, where in 2005 Kelly …

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De Novo Dahl

De Novo Dahl began as the relationship of songwriting friends Tag Connection (aka Vovo Dahl) and Joel McAnulty (aka Joel J. Dahl or Jsperanza) at senior high school in Hendersonville, TN. Connection, a vocalist and keyboadist, and McAnulty, a vocalist and guitarist, originally formed a music group known as “Harmonium,” …

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Exit Clov

The politically conscious indie rock-band Exit Clov (a name produced from Samuel Beckett’s Endgame) bases itself in Washington, D.C., where twin sisters Emily Hsu (vocals, key pad, violin) and Susan Hsu (vocals, electric guitar, violin) produced the group together with guitarist Aaron Leeder, bassist Brett Niederman, and drummer John Thayer. …

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Rialto

Louis Elliot and Jonny Bull began their Brit-pop endeavors in fall 1991 beneath the guise of Kinky Machine. Having a devoted, albeit little cult pursuing, they broke in to the U.K. TOP in 1992 and added a Manic Road Preachers tour with their qualifications. 1993 brought a debut record and …

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Jarvis Cocker

Misfits have got often been a part of rock and roll & move, but of the numerous outsiders, few have already been while clear-eyed, passionate, and savagely witty while Jarvis Cocker, a bookish, sex-obsessed British eccentric who also became not really a celebrity but a pop archetype while the first …

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Elastica

Elastica’s short, angular, and catchy punk rock and roll became popular on both edges from the Atlantic in 1995. As the group reworked both audio and the picture of new influx and punk rockers like Adam & the Ants, Cable, the Buzzcocks, and Blondie, the band’s tracks are even more …

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Frazier Chorus

United kingdom pop group Frazier Chorus was shaped in Brighton, England by singer/keyboardist Tim Freeman, percussionist Michelle Allardyce, flutist Kate Holmes and clarinetist/programmer Chris Taplin. Originally dubbed Angling for Clouds, and later on Plop!, the quartet got the Frazier Chorus name from an American beseball coat owned by Allardyce; their …

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Clearlake

Created in the English seaside town of Hove, Clearlake’s eccentric undertake music offers baffled, bewildered, and beguiled both press and public given that they debuted using the “Winterlight” solitary in January 2000 within the Domino offshoot label Dusty Firm. Jason Pegg (vocals/acoustic guitar/keyboards), who experienced moved to the city to …

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