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Bear vs. Shark

Detroit-area indie rock and roll quintet Keep vs. Shark just produced officially in 2001, but guitarist John Gaviglio, vocalist Marc Paffi, bassist Mike Muldoon, second guitarist Derek Kiesgen, and drummer Brandon Moss acquired known one another since junior senior high school. Inspired by crushing highs and soul-searching lows of ’90s …

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cLOUDDEAD

The mysterious cLOUDDEAD combines a trio of underground hip-hop artists arranged within the Anticon collective — Doseone, why?, and Odd Nosdam. All of them are single artists and presented artists on a large number of underground recordings, but their music as cLOUDDEAD is fairly different and unlike anything you’d anticipate …

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Nacho Vegas

Nacho Vegas may be the leading indie/folk-rocker of his generation, popular both being a single musician and collaborator, having caused several successful groupings and artists. Blessed in Gijón in 1974, Vegas got his initial flavor of musical achievement using the group Eliminator Jr., rising at the start from the ’90s. …

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Las Jilguerillas

By all accounts, the ranchera duo Las Jilguerillas are among Mexico’s ideal and most long lasting music treasures. Sisters Imelda and Amparo Higuera, who hail from Michoacan, started singing jointly as kids and were uncovered by another well-known Mexican duo, Dueto America, composed of Carolina and David Gonzalez. Actually, Las …

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The Black Swans

Playing dark but sadly beautiful folk-influenced indie rock and roll, the Columbus, Ohio-based Black colored Swans had been initially centered throughout the key trio of guitarist and singer Jerry DeCicca, violinist Noel Sayre, and bassist Canaan Faulkner, though a lot of their recordings and concert events have discovered them growing …

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Cranes

Cranes were among the main trance-pop/shoegaze sets of the first ’90s, merging ethereal vocals and melodies with loud, droning guitars. Cranes had been formed by sibling and sister Jim (drums) and Alison Shaw (vocals) in 1988 in Portsmouth, Britain; guitarist Tag Francombe and bassist Matt Deal joined the music group …

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Eyeless in Gaza

Focusing on alternative pop/rock and roll, post-punk, and art rock and roll, the experimental Uk duo Eyeless in Gaza possess enjoyed a keen cult following because the early 1980s. The music of Eyeless in Gaza offers tended to become moody, quirky and atmospheric, sketching on influences which have ranged from …

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BeBe Winans

Usually working being a duet act along with his sister CeCe or working the backdrop on releases with the Winans (four of his older brothers), BeBe Winans released his first solo album in October 1997. It do very well over the gospel graphs, and even produced an impact over the …

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Lalah Hathaway

The little girl of the fantastic Donny Hathaway, Lalah Hathaway produced an excellent impression with her self-titled debut recording in 1990. She not merely displayed poise, self-confidence, and great technique, but was also flexible enough to accomplish more than simply light urban modern ballads. Her stage displays included jazz, pre-rock …

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Cooter

Located in the suburbs of NY, melodic pop-punkers Chris Hughes (guitar), Phil Robinson (drums), Chris Johnson (guitar/vocals), and Rob Kucharek (bass) had been referred to as Cooter from 1996 before summer season of 2002, once the bandmembers rechristened themselves Autopilot Off. The Florida-based Fueled by Ramen Information released the band’s …

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