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TV/TV

NEW YORK quartet Television/Television were formed in 2006 by longtime friends Josh Sea (vocals and electric guitar) and Joe Esposito (electric guitar), acquiring their name from several media-sharp Berkeley learners in the 1970s who known as themselves “TVTV” and specific in asking politicians challenging queries while filming the replies with …

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Final Drive

A punishing, Southern groove thrash metallic unit based away of St. Louis, Missouri, Last Drive draws motivation from a broad swath of seasoned decibel-breakers including Pantera, AC/DC, Slayer, Machine Mind, and Clutch. Founded in 2002, the music group features the skills of guitarist Nathan Easter, vocalist Jordan Gaw, drummer Alex …

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Hadouken!

Among the many indie rings that fought for the name “Tone of voice of Small Britain 2008,” Hadouken! showed up using the manifesto “We will be the lost youngsters/And we will be the potential as well.” Naming themselves after a particular move from your video game Road Fighter, the music …

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Fang Island

The Brooklyn-based indie rock outfit Fang Island craft impossibly heavy, hymn-like anthems that blend the uplifting and accessible hard rock melodiousness of Andrew W.K. as well as the D.We.Y. recording design of Surfer Bloodstream using the offbeat tech-heavy intensifying metal of rings like Protest the Hero and Sparta. Shaped in …

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Crush Luther

Shaped in 2004 in the southern Ontario city of London, Canada, indie rock-band Crush Luther are singer Luther Mallory, guitarists Giggi Bongard and Matt Fury, drummer Brent Mills, and bassist Bodan Mulholland. Sensibly moving through the relatively sleepy college or university city of London in the coastline of Lake Ontario …

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Jealkb

For a music group comprised entirely of comedians, Tokyo visual kei act Jealkb had a surprisingly dark and serious picture and shade, but their classy pop/rock and roll songwriting catapulted them in to the graphs and landed them a major-label offer. However, they established themselves an difficult task using their …

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Justin Bieber

Canadian pop singer Justin Bieber was barely into his young adults when he released his 2009 debut, My World, and became among the youngest success tales in modern pop when it went either platinum or dual platinum in a number of countries. For another couple of years, successive produces — …

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La Phaze

La Phaze certainly are a France electro-rock group whose design pulls from drum’n’bass and punk rock and roll specifically. Damny Baluteau (vocals, keyboards, bass) and Arnaud Fournier (electric guitar) founded the group in 1999 with the thought of synthesizing drum’n’bass and guitar-driven rock and roll into an electro-rock design that …

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Paradise Fears

Emo-influenced alternative rock-band Heaven Fears were shaped in Vermillion, Southern Dakota by many high-school classmates. The six-member group features Sam Miller (vocals), Jordan Merrigan (electric guitar), Cole Andre (electric guitar), Lucas Zimmerman (drums), Michael Walker (keyboards), and Marcus Fine sand (bass). After graduating, Heaven Fears began executing and documenting their …

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The Late Greats

The Past due Greats got their begin in Eastbourne, U.K. and released their debut one, “Bang Bang,” on Izumi Information in 2005. The group continuing release a singles in the label and gained praise from supporters and critics. The publicity helped to improve the group’s reputation, and in 2006 their …

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