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Brokencyde

Self-described “scene” kids from Albuquerque, Brand-new Mexico, Brokencyde (such as “broke inside”) mix pop-rap, dance music, plus some screamo vocals right into a love-it-or-hate-it brew dubbed “crunk punk.” Associates Se7en, Mikl, Phat J, and Antz initial unleashed this audio in 2007 over the indie discharge The Damaged!, an record that …

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Terry Knight & the Pack

Although he didn’t produce enduring music, Terry Knight holds a significant place in the annals of 1960s and early-’70s Michigan rock and roll as both a performer and a business owner. In the mid-to-late ’60s, frequently documenting using the Pack, he previously several big strikes in Michigan (and smaller sized …

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Fall from Grace

Winners of Fuse TV’s fact display Bodog Music Fight of the Rings, Seattle’s Fall from Elegance certainly are a punkish alternate metal music group that came together in 2004. Featuring Tryg Littlefield (vocals) and Kenny Bates (drums), along with brothers Brian (acoustic guitar) and Ken Olson (bass), Fall from Elegance …

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Manika

A soulful vocalist using a bent toward high-energy membership music and R&B-influenced pop jams, Manika found early prominence as the final protégé of legendary music professional Frank DiLeo. Delivered Manika Ward in 1993 in NEVADA, Nevada, Manika started performing and playing piano at a age group and by her teenagers …

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Void

Void was among the first rings to fuse hardcore punk and rock in a manner that was accepted by punk supporters, as well as the initial music group signed to Ian MacKaye’s Dischord label that wasn’t from Washington, D.C. (they hailed rather from suburban Columbia, Maryland). Their impact wasn’t as …

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Attack Attack!

Not to end up being confused using the myriad Assault Assault(s) which were extremely popular first from the 21st hundred years, the Ohio-based Assault Assault! was a screamo/metalcore clothing that held accurate to a strict group of Christian values. After developing the music group in 2005, people Austin Carlile (vocals), …

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Lil’ Boys Blue

Renowned for his or her garage area cult classic “I’m Not There,” the Sunnyvale, California-based Lil’ Boys Blue had been led by singer/guitarist Larry Diehl, who shaped his first strap, the Tri-Tones, in 1961. The next year he shaped the Conquests with guitarist David Westberry, and in the wake from …

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Japandroids

Japandroids are an indie garage area rock and roll duo from Vancouver made up of Brian Ruler (acoustic guitar) and David Prowse (drums), who also share singing responsibilities. Founded in 2006, the music group self-released a set of five-track EPs, All Lays (2007) and Lullaby Loss of life Jams (2008), …

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The Soft Pack

Playing intelligent but simple rock and roll that harks back again to ‘60s garage area, ‘70s punk, and ‘80s college rock and roll, the Smooth Pack feature vocalist/guitarist Matt Lamkin, guitarist Matty McLoughlin, bassist Dave Lantzman, and drummer Brian Hill. The music group formed in NORTH PARK in 2008, when …

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Harland Williams

The unstable, strange, and uninhibited standup comic Harland Williams can be a musician, an actor, and an artist and author of children’s books. Delivered in Toronto, Ontario, the artistically willing Williams directed to refine his interest for sketching and painting at Canada’s renowned Sheridan University in Oakville, Ontario. Childlike interest …

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