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São Paulo Underground

Cornetist Rob Mazurek garnered wide interest after moving former his hard bop root base and learning to be a guiding drive in Chicago avant jazz with various Chicago Underground lineups in the ’90s, also exploring post-rock, electronica, and more even though adding Tortoise and Isotope 217 to his réamounté. He …

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Hot Chocolate

Through the ’70s, a set of different rings utilized the Hot Chocolate moniker: one was located in the united kingdom (scoring an enormous worldwide disco strike with “You Sexy Thing”), as the other was lesser-known and hailed from the united states (Cleveland, OH, to become exact). Comprising people Lou Ragland …

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Broder Daniel

Probably Broder Daniel’s strongest impression in the public brain may be the singer Henrik Berggren’s star-spangled face. But merging the outsider perspective from the Smiths using a frantic energy and basic lyrics, few rings acquired the same impact over the Swedish indie scene in the middle-’90s. The music group was …

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Hanni El Khatib

With a mixture of blues, garage, folk, and good old-fashioned rock and roll & move crooning, SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA native Hanni El Khatib worked well like a creative director for HUF prior to making a name for himself like a singer/songwriter. Having a audio that evokes the eclectic mashups …

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Iran

Conceived in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA in 1998, Iran started as the four-track bedroom-recording task of singer and multi-instrumentalist Aaron Aites. Playing a lot of the tools himself and recruiting close friends as required, Aites released Iran’s self-titled debut through Andee Connors’ (A Forest, J Chapel, Ticwar) Tumult label in …

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Speaker Bite Me

Danish experimental pop outfit Speaker Bite Me were energetic within their country’s substitute/indie rock scene through the past due ’90s and early 2000s, launching some well-received albums in both Danish and British on a number of different labels and earning the tag “the Danish Sonic Youth.” They got a thorough …

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Jock Scot

Once referred to as a provider of “great vibes” to a bunch of punk-era performers just like the Clash, Ian Dury, Wreckless Eric, as well as the B-52’s, Jock Scot established himself in the ’80s and ’90s simply because sort of raconteur rock and roll poet using a wry, boho …

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Aerialist

Aerialist is a spacy, eclectic synth-driven task helmed by Washington, D.C. indie picture regular Lary Hoffman. Previously a member of the indie rock and roll trio known as 5 Condition Drive, he started Aerialist in 1997 to test out synthesizers and brand-new wave melodies. Joined up with by Stevie Treichel …

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The Growlers

Based from the Orange County city of Costa Mesa, Western Coast garage area rockers the Growlers evoke the psych pop sound of 1960s California using their signature mixture of reverb-laden browse rock and roll, country-folk, and classic rock and roll. Produced in 2006, the self-described “Seaside Goth” outfit experienced numerous …

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Humbert

Hialeah, FL-based power pop music group Humbert traced its roots towards the eclectic We HAVE NO IDEA, which initial united guitarist Ferny Coipel, bassist Tony Landa and drummer Izo Besares. With the next additions of performers/guitarists Derek Cintron and Rimsky Pons, I HAVE NO IDEA gradually advanced into Humbert; the …

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