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Alexander Von Mehren

Norwegian songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist Alexander Von Mehren was created in 1984 and was raised studying traditional piano. By his teenage years he had been writing music and learning how exactly to play various equipment. While enrolled on the School of Bergen within a second-language linguistics plan, Von Mehren started …

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David Fonseca

Perhaps one of the most popular and revered voices in Portuguese rock and roll, David Fonseca rose to popularity as the vocalist/guitarist for the multi-platinum music group Silence 4. From its 1998 debut, Silence Becomes It, to its 2001 tour, Silence 4 was a record-setting music group, acquiring concert attendance …

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Brent Cash

Athens, GA-based vocalist/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Brent Money began his music career being a drummer (conquering the skins for such diverse serves as Television Hype as well as the Mike Guthrie Music group). Drumming might have been his issue at that time but, behind the moments, Cash was cooking food up some sunlight …

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Starling Electric

Michigan-based psychedelic/chamber/space/pop/rock giants Starling Electrical originated as the recording project of singer/songwriter Caleb Dillon. A multi-instrumentalist and avid house recordist, the Traverse Town indigenous channeled his like of melodic ’60s and ’70s pop and artwork rock right into a prosperity of materials, around which coalesced the original lineup of drummer …

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Microdisney

The Irish outfit Microdisney derived its paradoxical power in the distinct visions of its two frontmen, vocalist Cathal Coughlan — a dark, brooding lyricist directed at angst-ridden, incendiary wordplay — and guitarist Sean O’Hagan, a gifted author of atmospheric, seductive pop fare. Produced in Cork in 1980, the group experienced …

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Ray Wonder

Swedish pop band Ray Wonder shaped in Umea in the first ’90s, comprising vocalist/guitarist Henrik Andersson (ex-Komeda), bassist Toft Stade (ex-Shredhead), drummer Per Helin (ex-Puffin), and guitarist Ludvig. It had taken the group 8 weeks to create an album’s worthy of of materials; Pele Henricsson (Stade’s stepfather) provided his studio …

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Sean O’Hagan

Multi-instrumentalist, singer, songwriter, and arranger Sean O’Hagan founded his initial significant music group in Cork, Ireland, in the first ’80s. Along with songwriting partner Cathal Coughlan and an ever revolving band of music artists, that music group, Microdisney, achieved excellent U.K. reputation using their literate and frequently politically tinged make …

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Grizzly Bear

Grizzly Carry began like a real estate saving project for Boston-bred experimentalist Edward Droste, the son of the elementary school instructor, who laid the groundwork for the band’s otherworldly debut album on a little hand-held tape recorder while holed up for 15 weeks in his Greenpoint, Brooklyn, apartment. His homespun …

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Florapop

Tag and Lisa Flora are unabashed enthusiasts of all issues pop–they named their girl McCartney. Their infectious mixture of smooth rock and roll, power and bubblegum pop offers earned them a little but faithful Midwest pursuing. They fulfilled in 1989 in Clark, South Dakota, shifted to Minnesota in 1994 and …

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Cineplexx

Argentinean graphic musician Sebasti√°n Litmanovich began building recordings beneath the name of Cineplexx in 1997 carrying out a life-altering stint in NEW YORK, where Litmanovich started his initial music group, the Amarena Occurrence. A prolific musician, Litmanovich released four albums (Comprimido, Posologia, Electrocardiograma, and Capacidad Maxima: 1 Persona) during the …

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