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Mark Eitzel

Probably one of the most celebrated and idiosyncratic American songwriters of his era, Mark Eitzel is most beneficial called the leader from the iconic indie rock-band American Music Golf club, who have spun beautifully chaotic webs of acoustic guitar from Eitzel’s gloomy but compassionate research of shed souls and alcoholic …

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Pete Krebs

Having already offered successful tours within the punk/pop rings Thrillhammer and Hazel, and recently, the rambunctious bluegrass strap Golden Delicious, Pete Krebs offers emerged among the most consistently interesting contemporary singer-songwriters. Similar to his friend and collaboratorElliott Smith, Krebs uses his even more rock-oriented roots to operate a vehicle his …

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Low

Shaped in Duluth, Minnesota, in 1993, Low had been possibly the slowest from the so-called “slowcore” rings — delicate, austere, and hypnotic, the trio’s music rarely increased over a whisper, divining its dramatic tension within the unsettling open up spaces developed by the lack of sound. Primarily composed of the …

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Dear Nora

The energy pop/punk “cuddle-core” outfit Dear Nora formed around Katy Davidson (vocals/guitar), Ryan Wise (bass), and Marianna Ritchey (drums). All three bandmembers had opted to university jointly at Lewis & Clark University in Portland, Oregon, where that they had each performed in various rings, like the Navins, Band of Seventeen, …

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Jason Anderson

Jason Anderson is well known for being the person behind Wolf Colonel. Anderson got began up Wolf Colonel in nov 1996. After playing many gigs and getting the eye of K Information’ master Calvin Johnson, Wolf Colonel released three albums on K. Being truly a multi-instrumentalist, Anderson provides stretched his …

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Geoff Farina

Geoff Farina has proved himself to become equally capable being a songwriter, guitarist, and collaborator with a number of projects in the wonderful world of individual music. Perhaps most widely known because the frontman for the trio Karate, Farina also will take credit for co-founding the pretty enigmatic indie folk …

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down MF

Forging a union of post-punk noisemaking and soul-baring angst, down MF begins with a tone of voice that oozes melancholy, contempt, and mordant wit all at one time. Combine the tone of voice with the audio of the jagged guitar that prefers in order to avoid the reduced end and …

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Elliott Smith

The celebrated folk-punk singer/songwriter Elliott Smith rose from indie obscurity to mainstream success in 1997 on the effectiveness of “Miss Misery,” his Academy Award-nominated song in the film Great Can Hunting. A indigenous of Portland, Oregon, Smith started writing and documenting his initial songs at age group 14, later learning …

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Very Secretary

Melancholy indie-pop outift Very Secretary was shaped in Champaign-Urbana, IL in March of 1997 by singer/guitarist Dave Johnson, his bassist sibling Allen, guitarist Tim Adamson and ex-Braid drummer Roy Ewing. Following a group’s 1998 debut, GREATEST Souvenir, Adamson remaining the line-up and was changed by violinist Rachael Dietkus, heralding a …

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Flashpapr

Flashpapr began in 1995 in Ann Arbor, MI, when Fred Thomas recruited musician close friends from around Michigan to donate to his songs task. From its humble origins, the music of Flashpapr was minimalist and intensely personal. Those initial collaborators included Nikkie Margosian of Lovesick, Carrie Smith from the Von …

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