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St Deluxe

Scottish rock ensemble St Deluxe help to make melodic noise-pop in the tradition of such iconic bands as Sonic Youth and Dinosaur Jr. Created by ex-Speeder users guitarists Jamie Cameron and Martin Kirwan, St Deluxe also features drummer Stuart Kidd and bassist Brian McEwan. Developing up in Glasgow, Cameron was …

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Pinq

The gentlemen of Pinq formed in 1998 following the demise of indie rock loudmouths Goldenrod and aimed for spiritual musical journey. Tim Mitchell (vocals/acoustic guitar), Ben Montesano (drums), and Greg Bertens (bass) trudged around their indigenous San Francisco through the past due ’90s. Andrew Simas became a member of on …

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Rosetta

With origins in both Lansing and Chicago, the East Lansing, MI, alt-rock quintet Rosetta draws upon classic British influences from psychedelia to glam rock and roll, specially the Beatles, Red Floyd, T. Rex, and David Bowie. Created during the middle-’90s, the primary of the music group includes guitarist/vocalist Andy Leroy, …

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The Taybacks

Beneath the moniker from the Taybacks, the two-piece of Rob MacGrogan (electric guitar/vocals) and Andy Tegethoff (bass/keyboards/vocals) have induced their mixture of sound and indie pop with their local of Atlanta, GA. Consuming Led By Voices, Bowie, the Flaming Lip area, and Dinosaur Jr., the duo ultimately self-released their first …

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The Quiet Ones

The Calm Ones (never to be confused using the children’s rock band of the same name) is a soft indie rock collective with members located in the united states but mainly located in Seattle. Primary members consist of John Totten (vocals, bass), David Totten (electric guitar), Chris Totten (drums, key …

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Home

Lo-fi pop outfit House shaped in Tampa, Florida in the first ’90s throughout the core of guitarist/vocalist Andrew Deutsch, keyboardist/vocalist Eric Morrison, and bassist/vocalist Brad Truax. After attaining a local pursuing, the group started self-recording some eight cassettes — entitled I through VIII — obtainable only at a small number …

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Sweet Billy Pilgrim

Sighing, sleepy, sadly breathtaking, the lonely-minstrel music of London trio Sweet Billy Pilgrim is made up by vocalist/guitarist Tim Elsenburg. The work took its name from Kurt Vonnegut’s soft and hapless nomad hero of Slaughterhouse 5, as well as the winsome, wistful, and just a little valuable music echoes its …

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Eugene McGuinness

Armed with a really outstanding debut one, “Monsters Beneath the Bed,” that recalls artists which range from Odelay-era Beck to ’80s U.K. cult heroes the tv screen Personalities, Eugene McGuinness made an appearance rather out of nowhere in 2007, seeming like he could end up being the Damon Albarn of …

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Micachu & the Shapes

Micachu may be the stage name of Mica Levi, a vocalist/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist given birth to in Surrey, Britain, and raised in the Bow section of East London. Levi’s music, which she telephone calls experimental pop, can be a boundary-blurring mixture of hip-hop-tinged beats, discovered audio examples, singalong melodies, rock and roll …

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Other Lives

American indie pop outfit Various other Lives shaped as an instrumental task in 2004 beneath the name Kunek. Located in Stillwater, Oklahoma, Kunek (who ultimately added vocals towards the combine) released one record (Flight from the Flynns) for Play Tyme Information in 2006 prior to making the changeover to the …

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