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Young Prisms

Young Prisms shaped at small Mills University before shifting to SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA in the past due 2000s. The five-piece group takes on a fiercely noisy and sneakily melodic make of retro-shoegaze that also displays traces of sound pop scrappiness and neo-psych dreaminess. In early stages, the music group’s …

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Thrushes

A sound pop quartet that owes its heavily reverbed audio towards the Jesus and Mary String as well as the Swirlies, Thrushes were shaped in Baltimore, Maryland by vocalist/guitarist Anna Conner, guitarist/vocalist Casey Harvey, bassist Rachel Tracy, and drummer Matt Davis. Having previously been mixed up in Baltimore music picture …

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Serena Maneesh

It’s hardly controversial to declare that Serena Maneesh will be the brainchild from the musically über-potent Emil Nikolaisen. Maybe initially most widely known as the drummer/primary ideologue of celebrated glam-punk clothing Silver, Nikolaisen offers most certainly been with us the block. He’s a guy of extremes; despite his fairly early …

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Fields

Before the discharge of their initial album, Fields offered a particular band-approved mixtape to fans through their internet site and MySpace web page, including songs that provide newcomers some notion of where the Uk five-piece is via: along with 3 of their very own music, old-school folk-rockers Pentangle and Linda …

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A Place to Bury Strangers

Sketching inspiration from shoegaze, classic indie rock and roll, and atmospheric and dark noises of most stripes, the Brooklyn-based A LOCATION to Bury Strangers may be the task of Oliver Ackermann along with a spinning cast of support players. Developing from the ashes from the like-minded Skywave, the band’s primary …

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120 Days

Norwegian teenaged friends Jonas Dahl, Arne Kvalvik, Kjetil Ovesen, and Ådne Meisfjord originally shaped 120 Days beneath the guise of “Gorgeous People” within the autumn of 2001. Relocating to Oslo, the group created their audio and performed thoroughly throughout the nation, launching two EPs on the general public Demand imprint …

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The Pillows

Shaped in Japan’s northernmost province of Hokkaido at the same time when the majority of their Tokyo contemporaries had been in thrall towards the sounds of Seattle, Japanese three-piece the Cushions sidestepped the loud-soft dynamic to supply a far more wholesome undertake the alternative rock and roll scene, inspired with …

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Dykehouse

Michigan-based producer Mike Dykehouse (yes, that’s his true surname) debuted in 2001 with Powerful Obsolescence, an album of alternately crunchy and melodic IDM released by Mike Paradinas’ Planet Mu label. A couple of fresh recordings, including a faithful undertake My Bloody Valentine’s edition of Wire’s “Map Ref. 41 Levels North …

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Asobi Seksu

Bearing a hyper-stylized and glitzy graphical design sense, a fairly and petite Japanese female singer who sings alternately in Japanese and English, along with a strap name having a hint of nod-and-a-wink naughtiness (it’s stated to be always a Tokyo-based slang term which means “playful having sex”), Asobi Seksu run …

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Panda Riot

Inspired with the dreamy underwater imagery of their collaborative brief film, Dolphins and Porpoises, Rebecca Scott (vocals, tips) and Brian Prepare (drum piece of equipment, guitar) shaped the equally dreamy indie pop group Panda Riot in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania circa 2005. The band’s buzzy electric guitar riffs, gossamer vocals, and swaths …

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