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Milk Teeth

British punk music group Dairy Teeth have reserve the most common fast and noisy sonic template and only the dense distorted guitars, downbeat but catchy melodies, and moving dynamics of ’90 grunge and indie rock. Dairy Tooth hail from Stroud, Gloucestershire, Britain, where lead vocalist and bassist Becky Blomfield, guitarist …

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Pega Monstro

Having performed together given that they had been teenagers, sisters Júlia and Maria Reis produce hazy noise rock and roll/punk as Pega Monstro. Lisbon, Portugal natives, Júlia Reis has drums while Maria holders guitar and key pad, and both sing their melodic, Portuguese-language music, large with reverb and crash cymbals. …

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Pinact

Bonding over an undying like from the noisy guitar rock and roll from the ’90s, whether it had been popular (Nirvana, Sonic Youth) or decidedly less thus (the Vaselines, Urusei Yatsura), guitarist/vocalist Corrie Gillies, and drummer Chris McCrory created Pinact during 2013 in Glasgow, Scotland. Eschewing the niceties of creation …

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Weed

From the type of music they play, overloaded stonergaze with much Dinosaur Jr. and My Bloody Valentine impact, it might seem the Vancouver-based duo of Can Anderson and Kevin Doherty had been discussing the therapeutic and recreational natural herb when they called their music group Weed. They demand it’s a …

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FF

Along with Naomi Punk and Nu Sensae, Seattle’s shoegaze punks FF rework their hometown’s grunge legacy into fresh forms. The trio — Claire Nelson, Harley Thompson, and Michael Abeyta — 1st released a self-titled, nine-minute demonstration that launched FF’s like of weighty guitars and dreamy atmospheres. The band’s full-length debut, …

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Lumen Drones

Lumen Drones certainly are a Norwegian “psychedelic drone rock and roll” trio comprising celebrated traditional hardanger fiddle participant Nils Økland, guitarist Per Steinar Lay, and drummer Ørjan Haaland. The second option two are both users from the longstanding post-rock quintet the reduced Frequency in Stereo system. Their sound is usually …

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The Gotobeds

Raucous Pittsburgh indie rock quartet the Gotobeds began casually in ’09 2009 when guitarist Eli Kasan and drummer Cary Belback began playing together at an area rehearsal space. At that time, Kasan was still mounted on hardcore clothing Kim Phuc, however the two close friends were thinking about starting a …

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Turn to Crime

The project of former Awesome Color leader Derek Stanton, Use Criminal offense began as ambient explorations before crystallizing into experimental pop songs. Stanton released Use Crime’s first group of music, Demo I, via his Bandcamp web page in 2011, after that spent another few years changing the task from a …

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DTCV

Pronounced “detective,” DTCV can be an indie rock duo from Joshua Tree, California featuring French singer/songwriter Lola G. and American guitarist Wayne Greer. Greer’s varied profession in music goes back to the first ’90s when he was initially a older editor and article writer for Spin Journal and then an …

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Hebronix

Having parted ways with indie rockers Yuck in early 2013, Daniel Blumberg lost short amount of time in announcing his new single task, Hebronix. While Yuck journeyed to NY to record their second recording — with Maximum Bloom on business lead vocals in his longtime musical partner’s stead — London-born …

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