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Susan & the Surftones

Like their name states clearly, Susan & the Surftones focus on surf music, ? la such ’60s trailblazers as Dick Dale as well as the Ventures — installing in neatly using the surf revivalist movement of the first 21st century (Jumbo Shrimp, Aqua Velvets, etc.). The quartet includes lead guitarist …

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Shockabilly

Shaped in 1982 by guitarist Eugene Chadbourne, bass player Tag Kramer and drummer David Licht, Shockabilly created music that sounded as an unholy mix of the Electric Prunes and Karlheinz Stockhausen. They specific in outrageous cover variations – ‘Psychotic Response’, ‘19th Anxious Break down’, ‘Time Tripper’, ‘Crimson Haze’ – and …

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Si Begg

London-based experimentalist Si (Simon) Begg is normally a member from the notorious Cabbage Head artist collective, shaped in 1990 within the Midlands town of Leamington Spa, and in addition including observed dance producers Cristian Vogel and Tim Wright (of Germ). Although, apart from several cassette-only produces as an associate of …

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The Adverts

Making use of their raw, enthusiastic immaturity, the Adverts were a bright, though short-lived, light from the punk era, distinguished by the actual fact that their bassist, Gaye Advert, was among the first female stars of punk rock and roll. Once they (hardly) learned one chord, the Adverts started playing …

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Smile Empty Soul

Smile Empty Spirit was much alternative trio shaped while its 3 members were even now in Santa Clarita, California high colleges in 1998. Led by vocalist/guitarist Sean Danielson, the music group also included drummer Derek Gledhill and bassist Ryan Martin. After honing their audio with several hometown gigs, Smile Clear …

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Peaches

Peaches (Merrill Nisker) burst into transcontinental favour with her very particular make of cocksure rapping and groovebox beats. Though she originated from an underground cauldron of acoustic folk (Mermaid Café), avant-garde jazz (Fancypants Hoolum), and deconstructed sound swarms (the Shit), it wasn’t until 2000 that her fearless, politics gender play …

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Snowy White

British-born blues/rock guitarist Snowy White 1st became thinking about music at age 11, when he noticed metropolitan blues performers like B.B. Ruler, Otis Hurry, and Buddy Man, and was influenced to generate his personal clean, hard-edged design of English blues. After shifting to London in the first ’70s, White colored …

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The 4-Skins

As their name suggests, this London, Britain band comprised four skinheads, who specialised in vitriolic three-chord ‘yob-rock’. Their regular membership was liquid, including a minimum of four lead performers, with just Hoxton Tom (bass) still citizen between their 1st and second albums. Acquiring their musical short from outfits such as …

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Supersuckers

Something of the anomaly over the Sub Pop roster, the Supersuckers bore a restricted surface area resemblance to grunge, however they were a celebration music group in mind, donning cowboy hats and kicking out a gleefully trashy make of throttling, rockabilly-flavored garage area punk. Their lyrics had been a raucous, …

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Superjoint

The first 21st century saw Pantera singer Phil Anselmo start several side projects, including Necrophagia, Viking Crown, Christ Inversion, Southern Isolation, and Superjoint Ritual. The last mentioned group is made up of guitarists Jim Bower and Kevin Connection, drummer Joseph Fazzio, with non-e apart from Hank Williams III on bass …

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