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Smog

An under-recognized pioneer from the lo-fi trend, Smog was fundamentally the alias of 1 Costs Callahan, an enigmatic singer/songwriter whose unusual, fractured music nicely epitomized the tenets and excesses from the home-recording increase. Melancholy, poignant, and self-obsessed, Callahan’s four-track result provided a peepshow watch into an insular globe of alienation …

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Snog

Snog may be the longest-running & most prolific task of Australian musician David Thrussell. Mostly from the commercial music picture, the task continues to be influenced by many styles, including techno, folk, nation, exotica, and experimental music. Snog’s function is highly important of consumer lifestyle and society generally, often offering …

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Tav Falco

The master of the raw and shambolic fusion of rockabilly, blues, and fractured noise, Tav Falco was, combined with the Cramps, among the earliest purveyors of what would become referred to as psychobilly (though his version from the sound lacked the campy horror movie ambience others taken to it), and …

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The Spitfires

The Spitfires certainly are a four-piece pop/rock music group hailing from Watford, Britain. Comprised of vocalist and guitarist Billy Sullivan, bass guitarist Sam Very long, drummer Matt Johnson, and keyboardist Chris Chanell, the Spitfires are recognized for their powerful and effective songwriting, resolute sociable commentary within their lyrics, and broadly …

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American Music Club

Although chosen because of its deliberately nondescript characteristics, in retrospect the name American Music Membership was an ideal moniker for the lauded San Francisco-based music group led by singer/songwriter Tag Eitzel: during the period of nine acclaimed albums, the group tied jointly the disparate strands from the American music fabric …

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Steely Dan

Most rock and roll & roll rings certainly are a tightly wound device that developed their music through many years of taking part in in garages and night clubs around their hometown. Steely Dan by no means subscribed compared to that visual. As the automobile for the songwriting of Walter …

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T.W. Walsh

Sketching comparisons to Will Oldham and Music: Ohia, both for his high Neil Young-ish singing tone of voice and his occasionally stark narratives, T.W. Walsh tossed his head wear in to the swirling band of morose, contemporary vocalist/songwriters in the past due ’90s. Originally the drummer for several short-lived indie …

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Roya

A Brooklyn-based music group whose music mixes a punk’s feeling of casual insouciance with an indie rocker’s interest for quality electric guitar jangle, Roya were formed in the summertime of 2014 by vocalist Rahill Jamalifard, formerly from the music group Habibi. After winding up a tour with Habibi, Jamalifard was …

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Pink Guy

The Lycra-wearing, “Harlem Tremble”-ing Red Guy is among the most recognizable characters created by biracial Japanese-Australian comedian and musician George “Joji” Miller, who’s most widely known on the web as Filthy Frank. His on-line humor series — The Filthy Frank Display — debuted in 2011. Since its inception, The Filthy …

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Ray BLK

Hailing from Catford, South-East London, Ray BLK (real name Rita Ekwere) can be an R&B singer/songwriter known on her behalf introspective and socio-political lyrics. She was raised heavily inspired by music, having expanded keen on Timbaland and Missy Elliot shows on music stations such as for example MTV Bass, and …

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