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Jeff Grace

A multi-talented designer who functions as a performer and behind the moments, Jeff Elegance had established himself as an acting professional, writer, maker, and movie director before he released his first album like a standup comic. Jeff Elegance was raised in Basking Ridge, NJ. He graduated from Morristown-Beard SENIOR HIGH …

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Nemesea

A symphonic goth steel troupe based from the Netherlands, Nemesea were founded in 2002 by vocalist/composer Manda Ophuis and guitarist Hendrik Jan de Jong. Nemesea trim their teeth starting for fellow Dutch brood-rockers After Forever, with whom these were originally likened, before inking a offer in 2003 with indie label …

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Wymond Miles

In 2008, while San Francisco’s the new & Onlys were active readying Grey-Eyed Young ladies and Play It Unusual, the garage-psych group’s guitarist, Wymond Mls, was writing music privately using his eight-track Tascam residential recorder. Motivated by performers like Scott Walker, Echo & the Bunnymen, and Robert Wyatt, though Mls’ …

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A Shoreline Dream

The third within an ongoing type of similarly themed however, not musically identical projects from your core duo of Ryan Policky and Gabriel Ratliff, A Shoreline Dream combines the epic sonic attack of post-rock outfits like Godspeed You! Dark Emperor and Sigur Rós using the even more pop-oriented and danceable …

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Alamaailman Vasarat

The avant-garde Finnish music group Alamaailman Vasarat, which means “the Hammers from the Underworld” in British, create music influenced by Klezmer and other styles of Western european folk music and play it using the ferocity of the punk or metal act. Abandoning main keys generally and guitars altogether, the group …

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São Paulo Underground

Cornetist Rob Mazurek garnered wide interest after moving former his hard bop root base and learning to be a guiding drive in Chicago avant jazz with various Chicago Underground lineups in the ’90s, also exploring post-rock, electronica, and more even though adding Tortoise and Isotope 217 to his réamounté. He …

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Akin Eldes

Turkish guitar heroes were not as lucky as their colleagues overseas. Solo record offers have become hard to acquire, label managers are clueless plenty of to inform them what things to play, due to financial problems they can not find appropriate possibilities to record and side-projects are unavoidable. In that …

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Hermitude

As Hermitude, multi-instrumentalists Luke Dubs and Un Gusto (aka Angus Stuart) are an award-winning digital creation duo. The set were in rings together from an extremely early age — 16 and 11, respectively. Their first genuine band, Funk Shots (following guideline that funk rings must have the term “funk” appearing …

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Danny Ross

Pianist and vocalist/songwriter Danny Ross makes melodic, literate, and catchy pop that pulls upon such basic influences seeing that the Beatles, Harry Nilsson, and Bruce Springsteen. Hailing from Long Isle, Ross went to Cornell College or university, where he researched music and created a strong regional pursuing. Relocating to NEW …

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Javelin

Produced in 2005 by cousins Tom Truck Buskirk and George Langford, Brooklyn, New York-based indie electronic duo Javelin crafts cool, abstract, R&B-flavored pop with an focus on painstakingly re-created samples and loops. The band’s 2009 self-released assortment of demos (Jamz n Jemz) and couple of Thrill Jockey 12″s (Javelin, NUMBER …

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