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The Golden Dogs

Canadian indie rock and roll collective Golden Canines shaped in Toronto, Ontario, in 2000 throughout the abilities of lead vocalist and guitarist Dave Azzaloni; keyboardist, vocalist, and percussionist Jessica Grassia; drummer Taylor Knox; guitarist and vocalist Carlin Nicholson; and bass participant Stew Heyduk. They released their debut, Everything in 3 …

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Las Kellies

Todas las Kellies formed in Buenos Aires in 2005, patterning their audio after the natural post-punk of ’70s all-female organizations just like the Slits as well as the Raincoats. Made up of guitarist Ceci Kelly, bassist Betty Kelly, and drummer Sil Kelly (most of whom sing business lead and despite …

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Miniboone

Some indie rings make an effort to play up their nerdy part, and there’s Miniboone, a combo who named themselves after MiniBooNE, a celebrated medical experiment when a team of physicists attempt to find out about the type of neutrinos, subatomic particles which carry no electrical charge. Fortunately, one needs …

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Paloma Faith

A familiar presence within the London underground circuit for quite some time, the multi-talented Paloma Trust eventually broke in to the mainstream because of her theatrical picture and retro-soul audio. Created in Hackney to a Spanish dad and English mom, she earned a qualification in modern dance at university or …

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Pop*Star*Kids

pOp*superstar*children emerged from NY City’s downtown underground picture in 1999. The brainchild of guitarist/vocalist Andee, the task started like a assortment of his four-track demos, which presented sort of quirky lo-fi digital pop. Andee teamed up with another regional musician, Anthony Pops, and documented the 1st pOp*celebrity*kiDs album like a …

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Alphabeat

The Danish pop act Alphabeat — made up of members Anders SG (vocals), Stine Bramsen (vocals), Anders B (acoustic guitar), Rasmus Nagel (key pad), Anders Reinholdt (bass), and Troels Hansen (drums) — entered the Western pop picture in 2007 having a self-titled debut record. Featuring slick, upbeat singles like “10,000 …

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Lovers Electric

Playing tuneful but energetic pop music that remember the impact of ’80s fresh wave and dance-pop, Lovers Electric are an Australian duo made up of lead vocalist and instrumentalist Eden Boucher and instrumentalist/singer David Turley. Boucher and Turley had been childhood close friends who both was raised having a precocious …

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Gravy Train!!!!

A unique fusion of previous college rap, queercore, and theatrical fresh influx, the four-piece Gravy Teach!!!! (one exclamation stage for each person in the music group, natch) started as the eyesight of vocalist/songwriter Chunx, whose lyrics about badly endowed guys and her appetites — for meals and usually — supplied …

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Pilot Scott Tracy

Post-new wave band Pilot Scott Tracy, the “in-flight entertainment” for the imaginary PST Airlines, was made up of ex-Causey Way associates and couple Scott and Tracy Cox-Stanton. Pilot Scott Tracy released their initial album, Air travel 0713, in 2002 on What Else? Information. They transferred to Jello Biafra imprint Choice …

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Bolero Lava

The uncelebrated pop/rock group Bolero Lava formed in Vancouver, Canada, in the first ’80s when hot girl rock groups in america were gaining notice from both press and many energetic fans. There have been five people of Bolero Lava, all feminine. The band got some achievement with music like “Dance …

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