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Archer Prewitt

Musician and illustrator Archer Prewitt was created and raised in Frankfort, KY, heading to attend artwork college in Kansas Town. There he co-founded the Coctails, a now-legendary quartet whose eclectic, Martin Denny-inspired kitsch-pop predated the lounge revival motion by a great half-decade; the music group relocated to Chicago in 1991, …

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Candidate

Brothers Joel and Alex Morris and youth mates Ian Painter and Chris Light formed the wish pop indie noises of Applicant in late 1998. Each acquired spent a lot of the past due ’90s hearing American slowcore rings, therefore they opted to provide music a go. Candidate documented and released …

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Vetiver

When Vetiver released their first album in 2004, these were commonly lumped in to the nascent “freak folk” motion alongside famous brands Joanna Newsom and Six Organs of Admittance, because of innovator Andy Cabic’s a friendly relationship with picture founder Devendra Banhart. (Furthermore to Banhart’s musical efforts to Vetiver’s first …

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Knife in the Water

Knife within the Drinking water emerged from your thriving Austin picture in 1997, showcasing an audio influenced equally by indie, ambient pop, and skewed Americana. Led with the vocals and electric guitar of Aaron Blount, the music group also included vocalist/keyboardist Laura Krause, pedal metal player Costs McCullough, bassist Tag …

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The Kingsbury Manx

The Kingsbury Manx emerged in 1999 in the same NEW YORK indie rock scene that spawned the Archers of Loaf and Superchunk before them. Bandmembers Ken Stephenson (electric guitar/vocals), Costs Taylor (electric guitar/vocals), Ryan Richardson (drums/vocals), and Scott Myers (bass/keyboards) went to middle school jointly in Greensboro prior to going …

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Ugly Casanova

According to story, “Ugly Casanova” may be the pencil name utilized by a crazed Modest Mouse lover named Edgar Graham who also broke in to the band’s display in Denver in 1998. Intrigued from the man’s publications filled with potential track lyrics, frontman Issac Brock put together a hodgepodge of …

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