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June of 44

Following a sudden demise of Rodan, guitarist Jeff Mueller held Louisville’s math rock and roll flame burning along with his new strap, June of 44. Pursuing in the footsteps of Mueller’s previously music group, in addition to picture progenitors Slint, June of 44 crafted noisy, dissonant, complex acoustic guitar rock …

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Esmerine

Splinter group Esmerine is really a chamber rock and roll ensemble shaped by Bruce Cawdron and Beckie Foon, users of Godspeed You Dark Emperor! along with a Sterling silver Mt. Zion, respectively. Unlike their additional bands, Esmerine does not have guitars, instead concentrating on drums, cello, and marimbas. After gigging …

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Larval

Symphonic rock-band and Knitting Manufacturer artist Larval experienced many personnel changes during its 1st few years, but still became more described and cohesive with every incarnation, led by lead guitarist and composer Bill Brovold. The very first formation of Detroit region band Larval arrived together in past due ’96 and …

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Clogs

Comprising four classically trained music artists (Bryce Dessner, Padma Newsome, Rachael Elliott, and Thomas Kozumplik), the Clogs are an avant-garde chamber ensemble whose functions encompass an array of designs, including (however, not limited by) jazz, post-rock, and chamber music. They fulfilled in the past due ’90s on the Yale College …

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Efterklang

Efterklang’s post-rock tests were initial heard in Dec 2000, when child years close friends Casper Clausen (vocals), Mads Brauer (pc), and Rasmus Stolberg (acoustic guitar) — all 3 having recently moved to Copenhagen from your tiny Danish isle of Als — joined music causes with pianist Rune Mølgaard (piano) and …

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The Coctails

Progenitors from the lounge revival motion, kitsch-pop symbols the Coctails formed in Kansas Town in 1989; producing their debut at a location memorial clad in coordinating yellow tuxedos filled with maroon bowties. The group (performers/multi-instrumentalists Archer Prewitt, Tag Greenberg, John Upchurch, and Barry Phipps) forged a distinctive, eclectic sound celebrating …

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Bob Weston

Bob Weston’s name and fingerprints are on the American underground rock and roll from the post-punk period, producing and anatomist dates for the seemingly endless amount of bands furthermore to full-time collaborations with Shellac as well as the reconstituted Objective of Burma. Blessed and elevated in Waltham, Massachusetts, Weston continued …

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Town and Country

Homespun minimalist quartet City & Nation was shaped by guitarist/trumpeter Ben Vida, contrabassist/pianist Josh Abrams, contrabassist Liz Payne, and harmonium participant Jim Dorling, all veterans from the Chicago avant-garde community. The group’s self-titled debut documenting was issued within the Boxmedia label in 1998; the Decoration Day time EP as well …

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A Winged Victory for the Sullen

Pianist/composer Dustin O’Halloran and composer/engineer Adam Wiltzie met through a mutual friend in 2007, when Wiltzie was executing with Sparklehorse in Bologna, Italy. Backstage, both music artists struck up a camaraderie that progressed into A Winged Success for the Sullen, an electric outlet for what they’ve termed “harmonic Robitussin.” During …

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The Family Crest

Spearheaded by frontman and leader Liam McCormick, the San Francisco-based orchestral indie rock and roll outfit the Family Crest originally started as an test in trying for connecting a music community. Seeking to record with whoever wished to become a part of the task, McCormick, along with co-founder John Seeterlin, …

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