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Lissy Trullie

With her affinity for bowler hats, punky couture, and imprecise indie pop, Lissy Trullie established herself as a fresh York fashion icon and rising musician in 2008. Her well-clad amount graced the web pages of such magazines as Elle, SOMA, and Jalouse, while her lo-fi musical demos seduced the interest …

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Audio Push

A party-minded, L.A.-centered hip-hop duo, Audio Push arrived together in 2006 with members Oktane and Pricetag. Authorized to Interscope in ’09 2009, that same yr they released the effective “Teach Me How exactly to Jerk” single and its own associated video. An recording for Interscope under no circumstances materialized, however …

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Dirge Within

Chicago rock band Dirge Within were released by guitarist Shaun Cup in 2008, pursuing his departure through the commercial nu steel band Dirt, having cut his teeth actually before that as an associate of ’90s death steel band Broken Wish. Originally started as an off-the-cuff songwriting workshop between Cup and …

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Aaron Camper

Aaron Camper is a modern R&B vocalist and songwriter using a history in gospel. The kid of the preacher, he performed and documented with Tye Tribbett pursuing senior high school and co-wrote “Power,” a melody on Marvin Sapp’s Grammy-nominated record Thirsty. Over time, he branched out by dealing with many …

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Paper Round Kid

Paper Round Child is in fact London, U.K., guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter Darren Filkins. In the past due ’80s, Filkins was the business lead guitarist for Seymour, the music group that ultimately morphed into Blur, but he strolled from the music group (as well as the music business) when he …

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Painkiller Hotel

Choice rock quartet Painkiller Hotel was shaped in Chicago, Illinois, by singer/songwriter/guitarist Kevin “Eddie Prez” Presbrey with guitarist Klaus Luchs (later on replaced by Leif Hendrixon), bassist Adam Harker, and drummer Mike “Rusty Krow” Krull (later on replaced by Jeff Kissel). After playing in pubs and clubs across the Midwest …

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The Swon Brothers

Playing contemporary country having a traditional rock advantage and a dash of sibling harmonies, the Swon Brothers certainly are a duo from Oklahoma who proceeded to go from playing in the family strap to stardom in country music circles. Zach Swon was created in Muskogee, Oklahoma (in which a youthful …

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Jero

In the hyper-traditional world of Japanese enka singing, there is not generally a whole lot of area for change — in the lyrics, in the music, or in the singers and audiences themselves. Within an unusual twist, nevertheless, an details sciences graduate from Pittsburgh gained a karaoke competition (his competition …

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The Tender Box

The Los Angeles-based alt-rock band the Tender Box features Joey Medina (vocals/guitar), Steve Mungarro (bass/vocals), Chuck Gill (drums), and Ric Moon (guitar/synths). The four child years friends was raised in the Mexican-American community of South Gate and hearing bands like the Smiths, the Remedy, and Depeche Setting was a normal …

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Art Decade

Acquiring their name from an instrumental cut on David Bowie’s Low, and focusing on big, anthemic, prog-tinged orchestral indie rock and roll in the vein of artists like Muse as well as the Mars Volta, Boston’s Art Decade created in 2008 round the talents of Berklee Classes of Music grad …

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