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Spearhead

Michael Franti released only 1 record as fifty percent of the Throw away Heroes of Hiphoprisy, nonetheless it was praised for his insightful raps and Community Enemy-influenced beats. After disappearing for just two years, Franti resurfaced in 1994 with Spearhead, a music group even more rooted in ’70s funk. Eschewing …

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Toño Rosario

The one-time leader from the merengue band Los Hermanos Rosario, Toño Rosario began an effective solo career in 1990. A indigenous from the Dominican Republic, he created the music group in 1978 along with his sibling, and regardless of the group’s achievement through the 1980s, Rosario relocated to Puerto Rico …

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P.J. Proby

Blessed and mostly raised in Tx, rock and roll & roller P.J. Proby hardly ever really strike it big in his homeland, but his trouser-busting stage antics helped make him an authentic pop superstar in England on the height from the United kingdom Invasion. Proby was created Adam Marcus Smith …

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Tonny Tun Tun

After doing work for merengue star Elvis Crespo and Grupo Mania, Puerto Rican Tonny Tún Tún (delivered Antonio Castro) made a decision to take up a solo career, making his debut using the release of Caminando in 1999. Con La Música Por Dentro, released by Karen Posting, implemented in 2001.

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Tide Lines

Known because of their impassioned lyrics and traditional folk sound adorned with smooth, contemporary production and electronica, Tide Lines certainly are a neo-folk pop/rock and roll quartet comprising people from various locations around Scotland. Composed of previous vocalist of Skipinnish, Robert Robertson (vocals, electric guitar, accordion) from Lochaber, Ross Wilson …

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Mt. Joy

An indie folk outfit having a soulful rock and roll bent, Mt. Pleasure started as the task of Matt Quinn and Sam Cooper, a set of high-school close friends from Philadelphia. The duo experienced a brief history of playing music collectively in their more youthful days, but existence and circumstances …

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School Damage

Melbourne, Australia-based indie punk quartet College Damage originally shaped being a low-key saving task of duo Carolyn Hawkins and Jake Robertson. Both players have been deeply involved with Melbourne’s D.We.Y. scene, all of them with an extended history of account in regional indie rings like Chook Competition, Ausmuteants, Frowning Clouds, …

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Lost Balloons

The seeds of power poppy punk duo Lost Balloons were sown in Japan during 2011 when Yusuke Okada from the music group Suspicious Beasts asked Jeff Burke from the Marked Males to greatly help him out with recording a song. The duo finished up working on several songs collectively and …

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Hoop

Indie soft pop quartet Hoop initially began like a saving task by singer/songwriter Caitlin Roberts and multi-instrumentalist Nich Wilbur in Anacortes, Washington. During Roberts’ eight-month tenure in the tiny Pacific Northwest city, she and Wilbur monitored the majority of what would ultimately become Hoop’s debut LP, Super Genuine. The band’s …

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Katie Ellen

When Chumped continued indefinite hiatus by the end of 2015, founding users Anika Pyle and Dan Frelly formed the two-piece Katie Ellen. Called after Pyle’s grandmother — a prominent Denver, Colorado radio sponsor who was simply sued by her train station after using the name without their consent — the …

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