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Heavenly Beat

Heavenly Defeat may be the side project of Seaside Fossils bassist John Pena. He started writing and executing beneath the moniker in past due 2009, crafting dreamy electro-pop around his soft vocals. The initial Heavenly Defeat discharge, the Suday one for Captured Paths, found its way to 2011, accompanied by …

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Regal Degal

Indie pop trio Regal Degal shaped in Brooklyn in ’09 2009, comprising singer/guitarist Josh da Costa, drummer Jamen Whitelock, and bassist Josiah Wolfson. The group primarily had a tough, noisy, experimental rock and roll sound similar to ’70s Krautrock aswell as the artier part of early-’80s NY post-punk. This year …

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Puro Instinct

The dreamy pop task of Hollywood natives and sisters Piper and Skylar Kaplan, Puro Instinct’s origins could be traced back again to an inspiring conference Piper had with experimental musician R. Stevie Moore throughout a trip to NEW YORK. She started writing tracks with Skylar, a self-taught guitarist who was …

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The project of Shaun Kilfoyle, Minks’ moody undertake indie pop initially drew comparisons towards the Cure, New Order, and My Bloody Valentine. Small was known about the group before April 2010 launch of their 1st solitary, Funeral Music, by Captured Paths, also home towards the like-minded Crazy Nothing. That summer …

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Class Actress

After logging many years like a coffeehouse singer/songwriter, Elizabeth Harper began concentrating on electronic music in ’09 2009 by using producers Tag Richardson and Scott Rosenthal. A Philadelphia indigenous, Richardson first made an appearance on Harper’s radar many years prior, when he remixed a track from her debut recording. Harper …

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