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Moreland & Arbuckle

Guitarist Aaron Moreland and harpist/vocalist Dustin Arbuckle possess fashioned an outdated/new 21st hundred years roots audio by merging many American music strains, from blues, folk, and nation to rock and roll and soul, so when at their finest, they do everything with a organic and energetic interest. Moreland and Arbuckle …

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Radio Moscow

Called for the pre-Cold Battle precursor towards the propaganda outlet Tone of voice of Russia, Radio Moscow certainly are a blues-rock trio from Ames, Iowa, having a similarly anachronistic retro experience. Where bands just like the Dark Secrets (whose guitarist Dan Auerbach created Radio Moscow’s debut recording) as well as …

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The Willowz

Influenced by ’70s and early-’80s punk in addition to ’60s garage rock and roll, blues-rock, and soul, the Anaheim, CA, garage area punk trio the Willowz attract from affects roughly doubly old because they are. The group shaped in 2002, when vocalist/guitarist Richie Wayne Follin, bassist/vocalist Jessica Reynoza, and drummer …

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Johnossi

When vocalist/guitarist John Engelbert and drummer Oskar “Ossi” Bonde formed Johnossi within their local Stockholm, Sweden in 2004, the duo played just four gigs just before signing with an area label and saving a debut album. Although Engelbert performed an classical guitar specifically, his arsenal of results and overdriven amplifiers …

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SSM

SSM is really a veritable supergroup featuring associates of three essential bands in the Detroit garage area rock and roll picture — John Szymanski from the Hentchmen on keyboards, Dave Shettler from the Places on drums, and Marty Morris from the Cyril Lords on electric guitar. However, anyone planning on …

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22-20s

Called for the Miss Wayne song “22-20 Blues,” the 22-20s hail from Lincolnshire, Britain, and blend blues, rock and roll, folk, and country affects right into a sound that got the quartet observed early in its job. Vocalist/guitarist Martin Trimble and bassist Glen Bartup got played collectively in local rings …

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Brimstone Howl

Lincoln, Nebraska-based rockers Brimstone Howl take their garage area rock seriously plenty of that since the stuff went mainstream because of the White colored Stripes, they’ve made the decision they don’t very much care for the word anymore. However they still perform a Sixties-influenced mixture of blues, defeat and punk …

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Heavy Trash

A meeting from the thoughts between two music artists who explore the nexus between punk rock and roll and root base music, Heavy Garbage is a cooperation between Jon Spencer and Matt Verta-Ray. Spencer initial attracted the eye of ambitious music supporters in 1985 along with his primitive electric guitar …

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Two Gallants

Simplicity is essential for the lo-fi mixture of folk/indie rock and roll from SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA duo Two Gallants. Acquiring their name from a Wayne Joyce short tale, Adam Stephens (vocals/acoustic guitar/harmonica) and Tyson Vogel (drums/vocals) have already been playing collectively as Two Gallants since 2002, sounding similar to …

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Dan Auerbach

As frontman from the Dark Tips, vocalist/guitarist Dan Auerbach embraced the organic sound of electrical blues-rock alongside drummer Pat Carney. The Ohio-based music group released a string of acclaimed albums through the early 2000s, like the Best 20 hit Strike & Discharge, before Auerbach opted to branch out using a …

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