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Ornatos Violeta

If there’s a good example of a Portuguese music group that didn’t quite fulfill its potential, Ornatos Violeta is most definitely one of these. Initially known as Suores dos Reis, Ornatos Violeta produced in 1991. Its lineup was nearly formed from the starting, save for a limited period where in …

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Rademacher

Consistently in comparison to Pavement because of the common roots in Fresno, CA, Rademacher, in reality, sound more much like Clap THE HANDS Say Yeah or Arcade Fire. Tunes sprawl with levels of shouts and la las, building crescendos, and added splashes of Vehicles keyboards. Sure, there are a little …

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The Ting Tings

Called after a Chinese language friend whose name appears like the Mandarin pronunciation of “bandstand,” the Ting Tings — a scrappy, dance-oriented duo comprising singer/guitarist Katie Light and drummer Jules De Martino — produced in the Salford district of Manchester, Britain in 2006. Ahead of developing the group, the set …

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Dada

Using their clean pop sound, catchy melodies, and clever lyrics, some journalists tagged Dada the authorities from the ’90s, even though trio wasn’t as musically adventurous as that group. However, the band’s debut record, 1992’s Puzzle, was an up to date version from the refined acoustic guitar pop that the …

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Moxy Früvous

First spotted with a CBC radio professional while busking in Toronto, the 4 people of Moxy Fruvous used their theatrical experience to create them aside. Their street-side arranged included rap, folk, impromptu theatrics, humor, and politics satire. Mike Ford, Murray Foster, David Matheson sing and play acoustic guitar and bass, …

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Anthony Rapp

Singer/professional Anthony Rapp is most likely most widely known for originating the function of Tag Cohen in Jonathan Larson’s strike musical Lease (executing in the present from its off-Broadway debut to Chicago and London), that Rapp shared an OBIE prize with all of those other ensemble for his stirring functionality. …

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The Lovely Feathers

The witty theatrical sound from the Lovely Feathers came together in 2004 with Richard Yanofsky (guitar/vocals), Tag Kupfert (guitars/vocals), Noah Bernamoff (bass), Dan Suss (keyboards), and Ted Suss (drums). The conditions that resulted in the Lovely Feathers’ formation just enhance the Montreal group’s exclusive indie rock and roll display. Yanofsky …

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The Sugarplastic

Los Angeles-based power-popsters the Sugarplastic comprised singer/guitarist Ben Eshbach, bassist Kiara Geller and drummer Josh Laner; shaped in early 1990, the trio spent more than a year . 5 rehearsing at an area appliance store possessed by Laner’s dad before finally producing their general public debut, next saving a small …

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El Hombre Burbuja

Spanish pop/rock foursome Un Hombre Burbuja produced its debut using the release of the self-titled album in Sept of 1999. Created by vocalist/guitarist Julio de la Rosa, drummer Antonio G., ex-los Grandes bassist Mariano H., and keyboardist Sergio M., the music group returned in Feb of 2000 with an EP …

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Men, Women & Children

Spearheaded by former Glassjaw guitarist Todd Weinstock, New York-based Men, Women & Children arrived together in March of 2004. Offering up an exuberant dance mixture of post-punk, funk, disco, and electro beats, the group cites affects that range between Kraftwerk and Speaking Mind to Prince and Giorgio Moroder. The music …

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