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Ape School

Ape School may be the moniker of Michael Johnson, a multi-instrumentalist studio room wiz located in Philadelphia, Pa, who was simply previously an associate from the indie rock and roll rings Holopaw and Lilys. He produced his debut as Ape College in ’09 2009 in colaboration with Ninja Melody. Given …

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It Hugs Back

Using a droning yet jangly sound inspired by Stereolab, Sonic Youth, and Wilco, Kent, England’s It Hugs Back originally contains guitarist/vocalist Matthew Simms, keyboardist/vocalist Jack Theedom, bassist Paul Michael, and drummer Dimitri Sudell (who was simply later changed by Will Blackaby). The band’s initial single, Lighting in the Trees and …

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Alexander Von Mehren

Norwegian songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist Alexander Von Mehren was created in 1984 and was raised studying traditional piano. By his teenage years he had been writing music and learning how exactly to play various equipment. While enrolled on the School of Bergen within a second-language linguistics plan, Von Mehren started …

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Burning Hearts

Finnish indie pop stalwarts Jessika Rapo (vocalist for Le Futur Pompiste) and Henry Ojala (drummer for Pet cats burning) teamed up to create the shambly, synthy duo Burning up Hearts in 2004. Sounding something similar to a warm, wispy mixture of Le Futur Pompiste and Pet cats on Fire, Burning …

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Good Old War

A group shaped in the off period (in other words, hiatus) from the music group Days Away, CLASSIC Battle — named with an array of “parts” of its associates’ brands — premiered by Times Away’s Keith Goodwin and Tim Arnold. Joined up with by Daniel Schwartz of Unlikely Cowboy, CLASSIC …

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Hello Seahorse!

Mexican indie pop trio Hi there Seahorse!, originally made up of Denise Gutiérrez (aka Vanil’la Encounter and Lo Blondo), Oro de Neta, and Bonnz!, began piecing together their first recordings in the first 2000s. Their debut full-length, …As well as the Jellyfish Parade, arrived in 2006; a mini-album, Hoy a …

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This Is Ivy League

Although indie pop duo THAT IS Ivy Little league formed in August 2005, Alex Suarez (guitar, trumpet, vocals, drums, bass) and Ryland Blackinton (guitar, vocals, synth, bass) had originally met in 1997 during senior high school in Florida. After senior high school, Suarez pursued a qualification in the culinary arts …

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The Pica Beats

A Seattle-based indie pop clothing, the Pica Beats were formed in 2005 being a single task for singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Ryan Barrett (2007’s self-released All Mysteries Solve Themselves was primarily a one-man present). Seeking to broaden his audio, which by this time around included from sitar to bassoon, Barrett teamed …

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Sunny Day Sets Fire

Cashing in on the mutual like for sunny psychedelic pop, London-based vocalist Mauro and drummer Onyee began writing tunes for the reason that vein as soon as 2004. They known as their outfit SUNSHINEY DAY Sets Open fire (extracted from an Internet music group name generator) and started liberating some …

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The Baseball Project

The Baseball Task had its origins in the past in 1992 when musicians Scott McCaughey (the Minus 5, the Little Fresh Fellows) and Steve Wynn (Fantasy Syndicate, Gutterball) met and discovered they shared a separate fascination with baseball. The program to create an record of original contemporary rock tracks about …

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