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The Macpodz

A power jazz quintet based out of Ann Arbor, MI, the Macpodz focus on an eclectic and incredibly danceable mixture of rock and roll, jazz, funk, and fusion that’s equal parts Mls Davis and Frank Zappa (or seeing that the band conditions it, “disco bebop”). Produced by bassist Brennan Andes, …

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DG Yola

At the sea food restaurant where he worked, Atlanta-based rapper Mario Talley, better referred to as DG Yola (or Yola da Great), was discovered by the dog owner, Bureasa “Lady B” Rahim, who noticed him as potentially being the ATL’s next big artist. Therefore Yola became a member of Rahim …

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DumDum Boys

Called after an Iggy Pop song, Norway’s DumDum Kids started in the ’70s as the punk strap Wannskraekk within their hometown of Trondheim. It wasn’t until around 1985 that they used the Pop-inspired moniker and a even more traditional rock audio. The band’s 1988 debut recording, Blodig Alvor (Na Na …

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Cyclone

After establishing the very best Gunnaz label in 2002, CEO, rapper, manager, and producer Cyclone began rounding up Boston’s best hip-hop talent for his The Movement Starts group of compilations. His personal debut recording, B.O.S.N.O.C., made an appearance around the label in 2007.

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Lions in the Street

Playing tough, swaggering ’70s-designed rock & move influenced with the Faces as well as the Moving Rocks, Vancouver’s Lions in the pub are a group who’ve discovered the hard way the worthiness to do things your have way. Lions in the pub produced in 2000 as the Years, with Chris …

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Quitzow

A one-woman band, in the event that you will, Quitzow is multi-instrumentalist Erica Quitzow, and she specializes within an electro-pop audio which includes instrumentation which range from Moog to cello. Mainly a home documenting task for Erica, Quitzow uses — every once in awhile — outside players and close friends …

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Tigarah

Tokyo-born MC Tigarah taken into consideration learning to be a politician or ambassador while majoring in politics science at Keio University or college, but she uses her global outlook in her music, which mixes baile funk, grime, and crunk with topical ointment, convention-challenging lyrics. The “woman just like a tiger” …

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Oh No Ono

Seen as a frontman Malthe Fischer’s piercing falsetto, explosive hairdos (something similar to a cross between your Strokes and Yahoo Serious), and a magpie-like penchant for everything shiny (slick synthesizer bursts, glossy production prices, and a variety of computerized samples), Oh Zero Ono garnered a significant following within their native …

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Monte Pittman

As the life of the sideman will generate a fairly varied résumé, few have as odd a pedigree as Monte Pittman. Hailing from Longview, Tx, the guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter got his begin playing in rings around his indigenous state before shifting to LA in 1999, where he required a …

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Jowell

Jowell established himself simply because the rapping about half from the reggaeton duo Jowell & Randy, even though he also performed within the group Casa de Leones. Delivered Joel A. Muñoz Martinez in Springfield, MA, on March 3, 1982, Jowell became thinking about rap at a age group. He was …

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