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The Mighty Stef

Vocalist/songwriter Stefan Murphy made his name seeing that frontman with Dublin, Ireland, pop-punk group the Subtonics, an organization that made headlines more regularly than it made the graphs, eventually disbanding in 2005. Nevertheless, Murphy acquired jumped dispatch (a proper metaphor, since it will go) a calendar year previously to pursue …

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Scouting for Girls

The whimsical indie pop group Scouting for women formed in 2005 in London, playfully modeling their name following the Scouting handbook (Scouting for Boys), published in the first many years of the 20th century. Associates Greg Churchouse, Peter Ellard, and Roy Stride agreed upon with Epic Information in early 2007 …

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Burial Chamber Trio

International doom metallic outfit Burial Chamber Trio feature the talents of Grave Temple Trio, Sunn 0))), Mayhem, Tormentor, and Burning up Witch alumni Oren Ambarchi, Greg Anderson, and vocalist Attila Csihar. The group’s eponymous debut premiered on Southern Lord in June of 2007.

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Jason James

Although he was raised encircled by country music, singer/songwriter Jason James found the genre later on. A indigenous of Texas Town, Texas, James started playing acoustic guitar in his teenagers, playing in punk and alt-rock rings well into his twenties before finding a enthusiasm for classic nation and honky tonk. …

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A Day in the Life

Before changing their name to Hawthorne Heights and becoming poster boys for the brand new face of screamo in the first 2000s, these were the emo-rock outfit PER DAY in the life span. Produced in Dayton, OH, and going right through several lineups, the music group was made up of …

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Hotels

The Resorts from Seattle, WA aren’t to become confused using the ’70s-’80s Alabama based pop/rock and roll band of comparable name. This group was created in the middle-2000s, declaring such diverse affects as Devo, Pleasure Department, the Cocteau Twins, Kraftwerk, the Pixies, Stereolab, This Mortal Coil, M83, Claude Debussy, as …

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Valleys

Though that they had been collaborating on music collectively for awhile, the Montreal-based duo Valleys made their debut with 2009’s Occasionally Water Kills People on Semprini Records. Multi-instrumentalists Matilda Benefits (keys, acoustic guitar, sequencer) & Marc St. Louis (acoustic guitar, keyboards, drums) both write and sing, crafting dreamily atmospheric digital …

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Kongos

Globe-trotting alt rock and roll outfit Kongos shaped in 2007 across the skills of siblings Dylan, Daniel, Jesse, and Johnny Kongos, the sons of well-known Southern African singer/songwriter John Kongos, who scored a high Ten solitary in 1971 with “He’s Gonna Stage you Again,” which served as the foundation for …

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VersaEmerge

The Florida-based alt-rock outfit VersaEmerge makes passionate and traveling emo pop/rock centered around vocalist Sierra Kusterbeck. Also offering guitarist/vocalist Blake Harnage and bassist Devin Ingelido, VersaEmerge grew out of Harnage’s senior high school music group and released one EP using a different vocalist before adding Kusterbeck in 2006. 2 yrs …

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Trixie Whitley

Vocalist, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Trixie Whitley was created June 24, 1987 in Ghent, Belgium, the little girl of vocalist and songwriter Chris Whitley, which got her music pedigree heading early. She was playing drums by age ten; touring European countries with various theatre businesses at 11; performing, singing, and dance …

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