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Thunderbitch

After rising to fame using the rollicking but rootsy band Alabama Shakes, lead singer and guitarist Brittany Howard was wanting to cut loose with some looser and leaner rock and roll & roll, and that is precisely what she did with her side project, Thunderbitch. Along with Howard, the group …

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Jeremy & the Harlequins

Infused using the classic sounds and ineffable interesting of classic ’50s and ’60s rock and roll & move, Jeremy & the Harlequins certainly are a five-piece strap hailing from NEW YORK. The music group was shaped by business lead vocalist Jeremy Fury (created Jeremy Lublin) and guitarist Craig Bonich, two …

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Charlie Belle

Before they also graduated senior high school, the brother-sister duo of Charlie Belle had currently released a set of EPs and played SXSW for half-a-decade directly. The Bonds siblings — big sister Jendayi, the vocalist/songwriting guitarist, and small sibling Gyasi, the drummer — had been subjected to music at an …

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Kaleo

Bluesy folk quartet Kaleo hail from the city of Mosfellsbær, just beyond Reykjavik. They infuse soulful vocals with smoky rhythms comparable to Hozier or Ray LaMontagne. Produced by childhood close friends Jökull Júlíusson (vocals, electric guitar), Davíð Antonsson (drums), and Daníun Ægir Kristjánsson (bass), they started playing jointly as teenagers, …

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The Bonnevilles

The Bonnevilles certainly are a no-frills guitar-and-drums two-piece from Northern Ireland who play hard-hitting root base music they call “garage area punk blues.” Produced in Lurgan and Banbridge in ’09 2009, the Bonnevilles feature guitarist and vocalist Andrew McGibbon, Jr. and drummer Chris McMullan. McGibbon was a blues enthusiast whose …

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Highly Suspect

Born from the bustling indie rock-centric borough of Brooklyn, NY, Cape Cod-bred rockers Highly Think formed in ’09 2009 across the skills of Johnny Stevens (acoustic guitar, vocals, synths) and twin siblings Ryan (drums, vocals) and Affluent (bass, vocals) Meyer. A muscular, hard-hitting power trio in the vein of Queens …

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Reignwolf

Reignwolf may be the stage name of Jordan Make, a vocalist and guitarist who also takes on his own low fat and mean variance on blues-rock. Given birth to in 1983 and elevated in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Make was raised in children of music followers — his people’ flavor in music …

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DOROTHY

DOROTHY, like Blondie and DAUGHTRY before them, is an organization, not really a person. However, it’s very clear that Dorothy Martin may be the traveling force from the Los Angeles-based quartet: she’s not merely the namesake, she’s the vocalist as well as the superstar around that your other associates rotate. …

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The Record Company

The Record Organization certainly are a swaggering three-piece rock-band having a raw and rootsy sound, but don’t call them a blues act. “We suggestion our hat towards the greats — Muddy Waters, Jimmy Reed — and bring most of the blues inside our music,” stated lead vocalist and guitarist Chris …

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Handsome Jack

Playing a trim, hard-grooving fusion of blues, R&B, and garage area rock they contact “boogie soul,” Handsome Jack port certainly are a four-piece group from Lockport, NY, a city not definately not Buffalo. Handsome Jack port were produced in 2004 by guitarist and vocalist Jamison Passuite, Joey Verdonselli on bass, …

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