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Munk

Made up of producers Mathias Modica and Jonas Imbery, Munk have offered the chic metropolitan soundtrack for several fashion displays, gallery showings, and underground dance parties in Europe and NY through the entire early 2000s. Modica and Imbery released their 1st recording, Pin, in 1999 beneath the pseudonym Leroy Hanghofer. …

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TV Rock

Digital duo TV Rock scored one of the primary Australian pop hits of 2006 making use of their chart-topping breakthrough solitary “Flaunt It.” DJs/suppliers Give Smillie and Ivan Gough had been both influential golf club tastemakers actually before collaborating as Television Rock and roll. Smillie was the citizen DJ at …

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33Hz

The members of NY City’s 33Hz dusted off their love of late-era disco at the correct minute: forming in 1998, vocalist/guitarist Benny Lowe, keyboardist Tim Wagner, drummer Gabe Moon, and bassist/keyboardist/vocalist Rafe Terrizzi re-energized a genre lengthy dormant, spiking it for dance-hungry Manhattan scenesters with modish dashes of electronica, blue-eyed …

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CSS

São Paulo, Brazil’s provocative, freewheeling dance-rock sextet CSS take their name from an abbreviation of “cansei de ser sexy,” that is Portuguese for “sick and tired of getting sexy” (though, due to the fact the business lead singer goes on the name Lovefoxxx, it’s arguable just how much that expression …

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Ghettobillies

Hailing from Ann Arbor, MI, these three slightly twisted gentlemen — Tasty Pastor J (Jason Chapel), Reverend C. Cobb (Robbie Conaway), and Pope D Licious (Derek Kramer) — offer a number of the funniest, quirkiest, dirtiest tunes ever to become performed on acoustic devices. Surfacing in 1997 because the starting …

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El Presidente

Having a flamboyant frontman along with a love of ’70s disco and glam rock and roll, the five-piece El Pres!dente have undoubtedly been called Scotland’s response to the Scissor Sisters. Hailing from Glasgow, the music group may be the brainchild of previous Weapon member Dante Gizzi, who developed the name …

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Kovak

Brighton-based Kovak make catchy, ’80s-style fresh wave and dance-pop influenced by such icons from the genre as Blondie, Eurythmics, and Madonna. Created in Brighton around 2009, the group experienced several lineup adjustments before buying the primary trio of Belgian-born vocalist Annelies Vehicle de Velde, guitarist Karl Bray, and drummer Darren …

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Michelle Chamuel

Also known simply by her creation alias the Reverb Junkie, singer, manufacturer, and songwriter Michelle Chamuel was the runner-up for the fourth season of NBC’s reality television singing competition The Tone of voice. Born and elevated in Wellesley, Massachusetts, Chamuel got piano and violin classes while in senior high school, …

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Foxy Shazam

Foxy Shazam’s music can be an unhinged, maniacal mixture of piano, guitar, howling vocals, double-kickdrum percussion, and rock and roll & move theatrics. The quintet comes from Cincinnati, Ohio, where bandmates Eric Nally (vocals), Loren Turner (acoustic guitar), Daisy (bass), Sky White colored (piano), and Joe Halberstadt (drums) 1st joined …

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Kennedy

Sporting a glance and a standard affect which makes him look like an indie rock and roll hipster version of Napoleon Dynamite, Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter Kennedy is normally affectedly ironic enough to create Beck appear to be a confessional poet. Nevertheless, there’s more than enough melody and wit in his …

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