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Soundpool

Soundpool, a desire pop outfit whose reverb-drenched audio pulls heavily from seminal performers want My Bloody Valentine and Lush, formed in NEW YORK in 2005 with Kim Field, John Ceparano, Tag Robinson, Wayne Renard, and a rotating solid of bassists who also included Ben Malkin, High Bennett, Dean McCormick, and …

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Detektivbyrån

Produced in Wermland, Sweden, in 2005, Detektivbyran is certainly a whimsical trio whose compositions nod towards the tender glockenspiel- and accordion-based compositions of Yann Tiersen, the sprightly glitch pop of We Am Automatic robot and Proud, as well as the click-blippity mania of old-school eight-bit video gaming. Made up of …

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Desolation Wilderness

Olympia, WA’s Desolation Wilderness borrows cues from dreamy electro-pop and runs on the loose analog saving technique — aided in zero small degree with a Roland Space Echo, two Maestro Echoplex hold off units, and many springtime reverbs — to make a narcotic, dusty undertake the style. The idea was …

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Rahel

An affiliate marketer of Le1f’s Camp & Street organization, Rahel can be an alternative R&B singer and songwriter located in New York. Never to become confused having a likewise mononymous artist through the U.K., Rahel (name: Rahel Haile) documented in her free time, after that opted to stop a teaching …

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Little Dragon

Created in Gothenberg, Sweden in 1996, this electronic quartet includes lead vocalist Yukimi Nagano (vocals, percussion), Håkan Wirenstrand (keyboards), Erik Bodin (drums), and Fredrik Källgren Wallin (bass). Naming themselves after Nagano’s nickname that she received for tossing tantrums while documenting, Small Dragon debuted in 2006 using the “Test” solitary around …

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Serpentina

Shaped in 2000 being a single outlet for singer/songwriter Paco Tamarit, Spanish indie pop outfit Serpentina build melodic, complex, neo-psychedelic indie pop nuggets in the vein of Chad & Jeremy, the Essex Green, Parade, and Louis Philippe. In 2002 Paco was became a member of by sister María Tamarit, officially …

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Quiet Village

Setting themselves as the primary producers of what they contact (perhaps somewhat sarcastically) “sophisticated exotica for adults,” Calm Village — Joel Martin (aka Zeus) and Matt Edwards (Radio Slave) — released a trio of 12″ singles across 2005 and 2006 for Whatever WE WISH. While the resources of their sample-heavy …

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Fabienne Delsol

Rock & move chanteuse Fabienne Delsol acquired produced a name for herself with music that combines a single part France pop and two parts common British Defeat. Delsol was created and elevated in Limoges, a town in central France most widely known from making porcelain and oak barrels; she was …

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Horse Feathers

An indie folk music group from Portland, Oregon, Equine Feathers includes singer/songwriter Justin Ringle (classical guitar, vocals, percussion) and a rotating ensemble of supporting music artists, including multi-instrumentalist Peter Broderick and many string players. Ringle was raised in Idaho and performed in a number of short-lived indie rock and roll …

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The Brother Kite

Providence, RI’s the Sibling Kite had their origins in the cooperation between music artists Patrick Boutwell and Jon Downs in 2001, however the group itself didn’t get together before following year by adding bassist Andrea Mason and guitarist Tag Howard. The group released a divide 7″ with Vaguely Starshaped in …

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