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The Thermals

A Portland-based supergroup of kinds, the Thermals originally featured Similar to Spitting’s Ben Barnett as well as the Operacycle’s Jordan Hudson, plus Hutch Harris and Kathy Foster from the twee/folk-pop duo Hutch & Kathy as well as the All Young lady Summer Fun Music group. The group shaped in early …

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Grey Does Matter

Grey Will Matter may be the brainchild of Jason Crawford, an indie pop prodigy whose function embraces the low-tech playfulness of circuit twisting as well while the hooky classicism of Matthew Nice and the Vehicles. Crawford was created in NY City’s East Town and spent a lot of his teenage …

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Holy Childhood

Shaped in 1997, the Holy Years as a child hire a rotating cast of musicians from various sects from the East Coastline indie scene. With instrumentation that may be as spare like a saxophone/bass/drums trio or as huge as an octet including piano, feminine back-up vocals, three guitars, and a …

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Apollo Up!

Nashville post-hardcore trio Apollo Up! mixes punky aggression having a fondness for challenging song constructions and unexpected powerful shifts, developing a cerebral but impassioned audio equally comparable to the deceptively available experimentalism of Ted Leo & the Pharmacists as well as the awesome strength of Fugazi. After many years spent …

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Birdmonster

SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA quartet Birdmonster are similar to a Bay Region version of Ted Leo & the Pharmacists, except that where Leo and his group come with an undying devotion to first-wave brand-new influx and ska groupings just like the Jam as well as the Special deals, Birdmonster spike …

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Shout Out Louds

Created in Stockholm by childhood friends Adam Olenius (vocals), Ted Malmros (bass), and Carl von Arbin (guitars), RAISE YOUR VOICE Louds discovered a global audience through the early 2000s making use of their peppy Swedish pop. The lineup started taking form in 2001, with drummer Eric Edman and keyboardist Bebban …

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The Weakerthans

Formed following Propagandhi member John K. Samson got the itch to execute and record once again after going for a sabbatical to create and begin a publishing organization, the Winnipeg-based Weakerthans required Samson’s music in a totally different path. Propagandhi have been known for effective, quick punk and overtly politics …

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Van Pelt

The Vehicle Pelt formed in NEW YORK in 1995. With previous Native Nod vocalist/guitarist Chris Leo on the helm, the band’s first account included Brian Maryanski on electric guitar, Sean Greene on bass, and Neil O’Brian on drums. The very first full-length release from the music group, Stealing From WELL …

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The Oranges Band

Baltimore indie rockers the Oranges Music group were formed around the start of the 2000s by vocalist Roman Kuebler. Kuebler initial surfaced as an associate from the Baltimore indie staff Streets to Space Travel, which released several records in the Amish label and a 7″ through Washington, D.C.’s DeSoto. Once …

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What Made Milwaukee Famous

Hailing from Austin, TX, What Made Milwaukee Famous features Jeremy Bruch (drums), John Farmer (bass), Michael Kingcaid (vocals/guitar), and Drew Patrizi (keyboards). The indie rock and roll quartet came collectively in 2003 to make a playful indie rock and roll sound that’s perfect for followers of Brendan Benson, Spoon, as …

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