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Sextile

Acquiring the astrological term for the harmonious union of two conflicting elements, Los Angeles’ Sextile similarly mixes industrial, surf-punk, psychobilly, and ambient within their raw yet dramatic post-punk. In 2014, guitarist/vocalist Brady Keehn and drummer/vocalist Melissa Scaduto transferred from Brooklyn to L.A., where they shortly fulfilled bassist Kenny Elkin and …

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DBFC

The brainchild of Mancunian Dave Shaw and Parisian Dombrance, DBFC first hit the underground using the release of their 2014 debut EP, Keep My Area. Released on her behalf Majesty’s Dispatch — that was also house to Shaw’s single house and brand-new wave task Dave Shaw as well as the …

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Static Daydream

Static Daydream certainly are a noise pop/shoegaze duo from Fredericksburg, Virginia comprising Paul Baker (previous vocalist for Skywave and Ceremony) and his girlfriend, Jamie Casey. Much like Baker’s previous rings, Static Daydream’s Psychocandy-indebted audio is severe and distorted plenty of to peel color off the wall space, but his solid …

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Death Valley Girls

Death Valley Women is a Los Angeles-based garage area rock and roll/psych-pop/proto-metal troupe whose self-described “California doom boogie” and Manson Family members/B-Movie theatrics invoke brands like Hyperlink Wray, the Cramps, Bikini Wipe out, and Dark Rebel Motorcycle Membership. Shaped in 2013 by drummer Patty Schemel (Gap), her six string-wielding sibling …

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SW/MM/NG

SW/MM/NG began developing their hazy, summertime acoustic guitar pop in the faculty city of Fayetteville, Arkansas in 2011. Originally known as Swimming, they turned with their current, even more iconographic moniker following the arrival of the cease-and-desist purchase from a U.K. band of the same name. The fivesome cite traditional …

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Tess Parks

A singer and songwriter who describes her music as “lo-fi alternative drones using a hypnotic vibe,” Tess Parks was created in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Parks was raised within a musical family members and acquired a strong curiosity about both music and visible art from a age group. When she was …

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Heaven

Not to end up being confused using the Australian metallic band from the same name, Heaven is a fresh York City-based music group formed this year 2010 simply by Mikey Jones (drums), who used the Big Rest and Swervedriver, and Matt Sumrow (vocals/guitars) of Dean & Britta as well as …

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Hebronix

Having parted ways with indie rockers Yuck in early 2013, Daniel Blumberg lost short amount of time in announcing his new single task, Hebronix. While Yuck journeyed to NY to record their second recording — with Maximum Bloom on business lead vocals in his longtime musical partner’s stead — London-born …

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Vision

Affected by moody Uk pop and alternative rock and roll, but infused using the energy and edgy passion of punk, Eyesight are a strap from LA, California led by singer and guitarist Christopher Valer and drummer Phillip Dominick (who’s also Valer’s brother). The siblings had been originally from Santa Fe …

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September Girls

Dublin-based five-piece Sept Young ladies brought together darkened noise-pop melodies awash with garage rock overtones in the same vein as Veronica Falls and Vivian Young ladies. The all-girl clothing was shaped in 2011 by close friends Paula Cullen (bass, vocals), Caoimhe Derwin (electric guitar vocals), Lauren Kerchner (key pad, vocals), …

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