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Moberlys

A long time before Seattle was the grunge rock and roll capitol of America, it had an extended history of tough, tough-as-nails rock and roll, from the ’60s with garage area rock and roll stalwarts the Sonics as well as the Wailers, and culminating in the ’80s with Jim Basnight …

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The Orion Experience

The Orion Experience certainly are a bouncy, fun-loving indie pop group whose mischievous songs nod to acts just like the Hard Lessons, the Accommodations, and Alphabeat. The music group created in 2005, given birth to of a cooperation between longtime close friends Orion Simprini and Linda Horwatt. After kicking ideas …

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Flour

Rifle Sport bassist Peter Conway (aka Flour), produced 4 albums of Midwestern industrial-punk for Contact & Go Documents in the first ’90s: Flour, LUV 713, Equipment Hill, and Fourth And Last.

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Rhythm Pigs

Rising from the dust particles of El Paso, TX, in 1983, the Rhythm Pigs surface through a complete crop of displays over the U.S. and European countries in the middle-’80s, which helped build on the local notoriety that that they had obtained for being among the just hardcore rings from …

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Dito Montiel

Dito Montiel doesn’t desire to be regarded as a dilettante. Though he’s created well-received books and aimed an award-winning film, HELPFUL INFORMATION to Realizing Your Saints, he’s first and most important a songwriter. Inside a press declaration, he has stated: “The publication was just a song in writing. The film …

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Human Switchboard

Inspired with the Velvet Underground (especially lead vocalist Bob Pfeifer) as well as the angst-ridden post-punk of Pleasure Division, Human Switchboard debuted in 1977 with an EP made by Pere Ubu’s David Thomas. Individual Switchboard Live premiered by the music group three years afterwards (though it resembles a bootleg), and …

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Frank Carter

Growing up enthusiastic about music, skateboarding, and painting, Hertfordshire, England singer/songwriter Frank Carter got a flavor for punk rock and roll early on, aiming to vibe using the Clash reports in his parents’ music collection. While he appreciated a few of it, the innovative youngster discovered the band a touch …

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Lesley Roy

A songwriter, guitarist, and singer having a powerhouse tone of voice that belies her years, Lesley Roy was raised in Balbriggan, Region Dublin, Ireland. Her mom was a gigging vocalist, therefore Roy was subjected early to the life span of the musician. She began playing acoustic guitar at age seven, …

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Muff Potter

Among Germany’s stronger alternative rock rings, Muff Potter began in the first ’90s as a reasonably typical German punk music group yet evolved quickly, ultimately securing major-label support by Common in the mid-2000s. Muff Potter had been created in 1993, in Rheine, North Rhine-Westphalia; vocalist/guitarist Thorsten Negelschmidt (aka Nagel; given …

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Statuto

Italian ska band Statuto shaped in 1983 and released many demo recordings and less singles before signing to EMI in 1991. They might go on release a over ten albums, using their 2010 full-length È Gi? Domenica getting into the graphs at amount 35 and its own 2011 follow-up, Undici, …

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