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Voices on the Verge

In a few ways, Voices for the Verge is Four Bitchin’ Babes: another Generation. Erin McKeown, Jess Klein, Beth Amsel, and Rose Polenzani possess all accomplished some degree of single achievement, but this folk-pop collective, where the four vocalist/songwriters interpret each other’s tracks, puts all in an thrilling, partly improvisatory …

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Joseph Arthur

Ohio local Joseph Arthur was discovered by Peter Gabriel, who signed the folk-rock songwriter to REAL LIFE Records within the mid-’90s. Arthur’s debut, Big Town Secrets, premiered in 1997 and proceeded to go fairly undetected, despite an eclectic, brooding audio influenced by famous brands Leonard Cohen, Joe Henry, as well …

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John Carty

Blessed in London beneath the watchful eye of Irish parents, fiddler John Carty has generated himself one of the top notch in traditional music, so when a staunch supporter of its preservation. Carty created his like for fiddle, banjo, and flute — which he provides learned — through his multi-instrumentalist …

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David Pack

Before he embarked on a solo career, David Pack was strongly entrenched within the core from the very soft rock movement from the mid-’70s in to the early ’80s because the lead singer for Ambrosia. His 1st solo effort in 1985 spawned the strike “I SIMPLY Can’t RELEASE,” which presented …

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Jay-Jay Johanson

Swedish singer/songwriter Jäje Johanson, who goes on the stage name Jay-Jay Johanson, infuses the measured, slow-burn aesthetics of downbeat and trip-hop using the metallic pulse of electro-pop, leading to his personal signature make of film noir-imbued digital melancholy. Created and elevated in the town of Trollhättan, Johanson released his debut …

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Unwritten Law

Veteran NORTH PARK, California punk rock-band Unwritten Regulation were shaped in the first ’90s by drummer Wade Youman. Following a few different iterations in its lineup, the music group ultimately coalesced around vocalist Scott Russo, guitarists Rob Brewer and Steve Morris, bassist John Bell, and Youman. After liberating their debut, …

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Robyn Ludwick

Songwriter and vocalist Robyn Ludwick’s tunes of hard living, love, and dreams — broken or elsewhere — come right from her native Tx hill country, an area famous for it is songwriters and music artists, most of whom appear to practice some sort of realist country-pop that’s as confessional since …

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John Frusciante

Guitarist John Frusciante offers experienced both colossal highs and death-defying lows both in his musical profession and personal existence. Created in 1970 and elevated in California, Frusciante fell out of senior high school when electric guitar playing and rock and roll music took your hands on the up-and-coming musician/songwriter. Embracing …

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John McNeil

John McNeil was raised in Yreka, CA. The tiny town from I-5 wasn’t specifically filled with musical understanding, however the tenacious McNeil still trained himself trumpet and discovered to learn music by himself. By his past due teens the youthful trumpeter was playing in combos throughout North California; with the …

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Dead Meadow

Dead Meadow’s exclusive marriage of Sabbath riffs, dreamy layers of guitar-fuzz bliss, and singer Jason Simon’s high-pitched melodic croon possess won more than psychedelic pop/rock and roll and stoner rock and roll fans alike. Even though band’s members fulfilled while participating in all-ages shows around Washington, D.C.’s punk/indie picture, the …

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