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El Guero

Focusing on duranguense music, El Guero y Su Banda Centenario certainly are a regional Mexican take action located in San Antonio, TX. The bandleader, Un Guero, was created Jorge Hernández in Milwaukee, WI, the child of Mexican immigrants from your condition of Jalisco. Keeping track of acoustic guitar, piano, drums, …

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Nach

Nach, given birth to Ignacio Fornés Olmos, can be an MC from Albacete who have was raised in Alicante, Spain. Nach documented his first demonstration, D.E.P., in 1994 (Spanish translation of R.We.P.) and the next demonstration, Trucos, in 1997. After 3 years with small repercussion, Nach released his initial LP …

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Les Breastfeeders

THE BRAND NEW York contingent from the grand Francophone pop revitalization — Les Sans Culottes, their offshoot Nous Non As well as, and, obviously, scene godmother April March — favor an overtly ironic, heavily kitschy updating of the fantastic French pop music from the 1960s, as performed by Françoise Hardy, …

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The Go Faster Nuns

Using their energetic punk & move, the Go Faster Nuns hail from Bamberg, Germany, playing a self-described make of beatpunk that falls somewhere within the Who and Black Flag using a generous helping of Devo-esque melodies on top of that. The quartet documented its initial self-titled one in the summertime …

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Vanderpark

Though its members have been friends since adolescence, Toronto-based Vanderpark officially formed in 2001. Extracted from the Dutch term for “in the recreation area” — in mention of how the men was raised — at the bottom from the band’s groove-rock audio had been vocal harmonies and specialized, restricted playing …

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Dirt Road Logic

Michigan-based roots rock quartet Dirt and grime Road Logic craft gritty and passionate tales from the Midwest that evoke the ragged alt-country of Drive-By Truckers, the wistful Americana of Outdated 97’s, as well as the bar band sensibilities of early-’70s Moving Stones. Shaped in the springtime of 2005 across the …

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ActionReaction

Upon leaving emocore act Further Seems Forever in 2004, frontman Jason Gleason — who had also previously spent amount of time in the hardcore rates of Affinity — relocated from Florida to NJ to become listed on up along with his longtime friend Bella, formerly of Component 101. They proved …

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Blood Meridian

Bloodstream Meridian, an organization that were only available in a accommodation during a Dark Halos tour (which the singer, songwriter, and guitarist of Bloodstream Meridian, Matt Camirand, was a component), took their name from your Cormac McCarthy book from the same name, and looked to combine punk, Americana, and rock …

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Charles Jenkins

After mentoring with Rev. Clay Evans, creator of Fellowship Missionary Baptist Chapel in Chicago, older pastor, faith innovator, songwriter, maker, and all-round business owner Rev. Charles Jenkins overran the reins from the mission’s choir, Fellowship Chicago, and released the blockbuster gospel record THE VERY BEST of Both Worlds in 2012, …

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Miss Prissy

Although tours with Snoop Dogg, the overall game, and Madonna didn’t come until after her appearance in the 2005 film Rize, which chronicled the lives and competitions of a few of South Central Los Angeles’ top krump dancers, Miss Prissy (called “the Queen of Krump” in the film), created Marquisa …

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