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Oxymorons

With regards to underground rock, the Dayton, Ohio scene mainly specific in creating a single sort of alternative pet – the hardcore punk band. And the they must have – the Dayton felines were proficient at it. From Dayton emerged D.O.A, Toxic Factors and THE MOST OBVIOUS, to cite just …

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Cheeky Monkey

Cheeky Monkey was a collaboration between New York-based singer/songwriter Michael Shelley and Scotland’s Francis McDonald, an alumnus of such respectable pop devices as Teenage Fanclub, Eugenius as well as the BMX Bandits. As both performers had by no means previously met personally, the 1st batch of Cheeky Monkey tunes were …

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Cinematic Sunrise

Originating like a part project for users of Chiodos, punk-pop/emo group Cinematic Sunrise had been founded by Craig Owens (vocals) and Bradley Bell (keyboards) as an outlet for any brighter, more cheerful appear that wouldn’t match the music idiom of their additional group. Owens in the beginning recruited close friends …

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The Breakup Society

Delivering tough but hook-laden pop/rock and roll with lyrics that combine the witty as well as the cynical, the Pittsburgh-based group the Breakup Culture grab where leader Ed Masley’s former group, the Frampton Brothers still left off…actually. The Break up Society’s story started when vocalist, tempo guitarist, and songwriter Masley, …

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I’m OK You’re OK

The choice CCM/emo-pop group I’m OK You’re OK formed in Memphis, TN, across the talents of lead singer Tyler Logan, bassist Zach Logan, drummer Anthony Rick, and guitarist Jeremy Morgan. The music group landed its 1st record deal in ’09 2009 with Fantasy Records, a Common Christian GROUP partner label …

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Madame Kay

French punk-pop quintet Madame Kay shaped in Paris in 2001. Composed of vocalist Fred, guitarists Jérémie and Guillaume, bassist Baudoin, and drummer Jonas, the group toured the neighborhood club picture and cut many self-financed demos to small notice until middle-2005, if they agreed upon to Sony BMG. While focusing on …

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Koopa

Koopa was formed in Essex, Britain, in 2000, originally termed Elastic Flange. The group garnered minor attention from a small number of different sized brands after vocalist/guitarist Ollie Cooper provided out some demos while students at a Brighton “rock and roll college” in nov 2002. The music group was contacted …

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Alyssa Atherton

A indigenous of Sioux Falls, SD, vocalist Alyssa Atherton is a melodic pop artist using a bent for blending pop-punk rock and roll and heartfelt, singer/songwriter ballads. Thinking about music from a age group, Atherton was documenting music by age group ten. Her tunes have been presented on such MTV …

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The Measure

New Brunswick, NJ’s The Measure [SA] — such as “strictly analog” — stayed accurate compared to that second component of their name for almost three years following forming in the summertime of 2004. The trio of Mike Regrets (electric guitar, vocals), Lauren Measure (electric guitar, vocals) and Fid (drums, vocals) …

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Pop Sickle

The Seattle trio outfit of Pop Sickle contained a sound of upbeat pop-punk that reminisced an early on British influence from the Buzzcocks and Squeeze. Founded by ex-Coffin Break member Rob Skinner, the addition of drummer Shawn Trudeau and guitarist Brian Naubert finished the lineup as Skinner himself got on …

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