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The Melody Unit

Making use of their pop stylings amid the Seattle post-grunge scene, the Melody Unit is frequently thought to be an anomaly of their own city. However the music group has held accurate with their sound while radical adjustments took place amongst their lineup. Frontman Kevin Kelly and drummer Tag Salvadalena …

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The Microphones

The Microphones was the alias of Anacortes, WA-based lo-fi psych-pop mastermind Phil Elvrum, also known for his are an associate of K Information bands D+ and Aged Time Relijun. Carrying out a group of cassettes on the neighborhood Knw-Yr-Own label, including Cables and Cords, Exams, along with a self-titled work, …

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The One AM Radio

The dark, melancholy desire pop sounds of the main one AM Radio came collectively in 1999 with vocalist Hrishikesh Hirway, and despite various collaborators, the band remained something of his one-man project over time. He was students at Yale and documented many EPs with Ted Leo and so on. In …

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Mazinga Phaser

Upon their formation in 1994, Jessica Nelson (vocals/keyboards), Cole Wheeler (bass), Wanz Dover (guitar/coding), Eric Hermeyer (guitar), and Mike Throneberry (drums) will be otherwise referred to as Mazinga Phaser within their native of Denton, TX. Playing out a dense but melodic cross types of psychedelia and space rock and roll, …

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Luna

Within the wake from the rather acrimonious breakup of his previous band, Galaxie 500, singer/guitarist Dean Wareham issued a 1991 solo EP, Anesthesia, and appeared for the brilliant Mercury Rev single “Car Wash Hair” before announcing the forming of a fresh band, dubbed Luna, in 1992. Originally called Luna², the …

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Hood

The Leeds, England-based lo-fi bliss-popsters Hood comprised Andrew Johnson, Chris Adams, Richard Adams, John Clyde-Evans, Craig Tattersall, and Nicola Hodgkinson. The group debuted in 1992 using the 7″ “Sirens”; after 1993’s “Starting Into Enclosure,” a 12 months later they released Cabled Linear Grip, which gathered their two previous singles. Absent …

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Varnaline

Crunch rock-band Varnaline (rhymes with “gas”) may be the alter superego of guitarist/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Anders Parker. Surviving in NEW YORK, Parker, who was simply a contributing person in the indie rock and roll group Space Needle, released his 4-monitor demos beneath the name Varnaline in 1996, contacting the album Guy of …

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Flowchart

When Flowchart debuted with 1995’s Multi-Personality Tabletop Holiday (Carrot Best), the Philadelphia group was similarly derided/lauded because of its striking similarities to space pop veterans Stereolab and Neu!. Many accused the music group of blatant thievery, but there is also a grudging admiration because of its comprehensive and engaging facsimile. …

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Emm Gryner

Vocalist/songwriter Emm Gryner was created in 1975 and raised in rural Forest, Ontario. After learning traditional piano throughout her early child years, she published her first track at age ten, and immediately after created a music group with her two brothers, presuming vocal and bass responsibilities. By her teenagers, Gryner …

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Cyrus Rego

Cyrus Rego may be the side-project of Paul Newman’s bassist Eddie Robert. Robert’s initial record of experimental, six-string bass explorations, Cyrus Rego, premiered in 1999 in the Emperor Jones label.

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