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One More Grain

Frontman Daniel Patrick Quinn, the previous mind honcho of Suilvan Recordings, may be the center and face of 1 More Grain, executing his songs within a spoken phrase, stream-of-consciousness, defeat poetry manner similar to the Fall’s Tag E. Smith or Artwork Brut’s Eddie Argos. His vocals overlap the group’s worldly …

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Muff Potter

Among Germany’s stronger alternative rock rings, Muff Potter began in the first ’90s as a reasonably typical German punk music group yet evolved quickly, ultimately securing major-label support by Common in the mid-2000s. Muff Potter had been created in 1993, in Rheine, North Rhine-Westphalia; vocalist/guitarist Thorsten Negelschmidt (aka Nagel; given …

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The Naked Trucker And T-Bones

A comedy group that’s component Tenacious D and component Blue Collar Humor Tour, but mainly unusual and charming within a rebel/stoner/great ol’ youngster way, the Naked Trucker & T-Bones are cult most favorite who went big-time in 2007 when the Humor Central network hired them for an eight-episode tv series. …

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French Montana

A rapper who built an indie empire along with his Cocaine Town imprint, People from france Montana was created Karim Kharbouch in Morocco but immigrated to the U.S. while in his teenagers. He setup store in the Bronx and started launching his Cocaine Town series of Dvd videos in 2002, …

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PRhyme

Hip-hop duo PRhyme happened in 2014 being a collaboration between renowned East Coast producer DJ Leading and Detroit-bred MC Royce da 5’9″. Royce da 5’9″ emerged up dealing with Eminem, and Premier’s beats described among the better hip-hop information of the first ’90s and beyond, and both brought the most …

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J. Roddy Walston and the Business

Focusing on a classic-sounding Southern rock and roll/Americana design that emphasizes tracks and danceable kinetics over bare hipness and trendy pop gimmicks, J. Roddy Walston and the business enterprise shaped in Cleveland, Tennessee in 2002, shifting north to Baltimore, Maryland 2 yrs later on in 2004. After several lineup adjustments, …

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Danny Brown

Detroit rapper Danny Dark brown embraced his exclusive hood/hipster character, took full benefit of social networking, and — fueled by his encounters with drug working and medication taking, and a wicked love of life — delivered a few of the most brilliant, vulgar, and side-splitting rhymes of his period. Dark …

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Mick Jones

Best known among the leader’s of 1 of the best punk rock and roll bands ever, the Clash, vocalist/guitarist/songwriter Mick Jones was one of the most musically adventurous music artists from the genre, especially evident in his post-Clash clothing, the alt-dance clothing Big Sound Dynamite. Created Micheal Geoffrey Jones on …

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Daniel Tosh

Clear, snide, and nearly as wicked because they come, standup comedian and tv host Daniel Tosh is certainly a professional of sardonic materials. Delivered in Germany but elevated in Florida, Tosh may be the son of the preacher, an undeniable fact that shocks everybody who has came across his edgy …

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The Shocker

In Dec 2002, ex-L7 bassist Jennifer Finch emerged through the LA underground with a fresh team. Referred to as Shocker (following the prurient hands gesture), the music group also included Lura Jones, Arye Glow, and Claudi Rossi. The music group wasted virtually no time, issuing the seven-song EP Up Your …

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