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Dananananaykroyd

Shaped in Glasgow, Scotland in 2006, six-piece fight-pop hardcore outfit Dananananaykroyd rapidly got a reputation for his or her brutal and brutal live performances. Through the 1st concerts the band’s surefire, energetic displays drew evaluations to famous brands In the Drive-In at their maximum. A minimum of two drummers deliver …

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One More Grain

Frontman Daniel Patrick Quinn, the previous mind honcho of Suilvan Recordings, may be the center and face of 1 More Grain, executing his songs within a spoken phrase, stream-of-consciousness, defeat poetry manner similar to the Fall’s Tag E. Smith or Artwork Brut’s Eddie Argos. His vocals overlap the group’s worldly …

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Mother & the Addicts

Much like fellow Glaswegian dance-rocker Franz Ferdinand, stylish art-poppers Mom & the Addicts carved themselves a good small niche in the brand new wave revival scene by combining their eclectic tastes (Fifty percent Man Fifty percent Biscuit, Orange Juice, the Fall) using the sounds of mainstream ’80s radio staples (Duran …

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Hybrasil

Self-described “indietronic” retailers Hybrasil shaped in Wicklow, only beyond Dublin, Ireland, in 2003. Affected equally by digital pop pioneers New Purchase and ’90s dance mainstays the Chemical substance Brothers because they were from the angular post-punk from the Fall and Britpop forerunners just like the La’s as well as the …

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The Stuff

The Stuff includes four rockin’ Stockholm rats of unusual size who met in another of Europe’s finest sewers and consummated an operating relationship over several Stooges and Kinks records — served up with a side of stinky cheese. With tails tucked nicely to their skintight blue skinny jeans, the Stuff …

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Coastal Drag

Coastal Drag certainly are a four-piece rock outfit that hail from Brooklyn, NY. Made up of Mary Andrews on drums and vocals, Joshua Deeter on electric guitar and vocals, Tyler Dickson on vocals and electric guitar, and Chris Trice on bass, Coastal Drag’s debut record, Caught over the Wrist, premiered …

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Mother Goose

Since their formation in 1991, the Helsinki, Finland-based three-piece Mom Goose have already been churning their crossbreed of fantasy pop and thicker, distorted guitars. With this appear appearing on many EPs and compilation albums, the lineup of Anti (vocals/acoustic guitar), Eija (bass/vocals), and Kare (drums) released their debut full-length, WAY …

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Princeton Reverbs Colonial

Acquiring their name from a vintage Fender amplifier model, New Hampshire’s Princeton Reverbs Colonial started as a single task of vocalist, multi-instrumentalist, and songwriter Paul Vittum, and provides since expanded to add members Darren Cloutier (guitar), Jim Wood (drums), Andrew St. Aubin (keyboards, xylophone, bass), and Russ Sweeter (keyboards). Merging …

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Universal Indians

Jamming on stage and in the studio with influential music artists such as for example Neil Campbell, Andrew Wilkes Krier, and Sonic Youth, General Indians participate in a music coterie focused on discovering the subliminal frontier of modern aesthetic experimentation. While it began with 1993 through the Lansing, MI, cellar …

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The Invisible

The Invisible produce a thick but satisfying musical stew using their cerebral mixture of art rock, post-punk, funk, dance-pop, and Afro-beat. The London trio started when vocalist/guitarist Dave Okumu tapped bassist Tom Herbert and drummer Leo Taylor for any 2006 solo task. The trio quickly gelled; recognizing themselves like a …

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