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James Hindle

Uk folk balladeer Adam William Hindle catches a distinctly 70s singer/songwriter sound, evoking from the fantastic Nick Drake to early Simon and Garfunkel while finding contemporaries in Elliott Smith aswell as the Essex Green and sunlight Repair (both of whom include members that play as Hindle’s backing band). Hindle’s self-titled …

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Hamish Kilgour

Hailing from Dunedin, New Zealand, drummer/vocalist/songwriter Hamish Kilgour shaped the Clean in 1978 along with his sibling David, going to become an eternally obscure but massively influential group and among the front-runners for the seems that had become referred to as kiwi pop, college rock and roll, and finally alternative …

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Mazes

The Chicago trio Mazes began like a side project for just two members from the chamber pop group the 1900s. Edward Anderson, who acts as main songwriter and vocalist in the 1900s, and vocalist Caroline Donovan teamed with painter/musician Charles D’Autremont to create the group in 2004. As opposed to …

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Ashley Park

Vancouver’s Ashley Recreation area became a music task after Terry Mls and his close friends originally planned on building a brief documentary celebrating America’s simplistic beauty interpreted through contemporary books, innocent daydreams, and child years pastimes. Instead, Kilometers formed a music group and produced storybook of indie pop tunes for …

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The Saturday People

Hailing from your nook that brought Tuscadero, the Dusters, and Unrest, the Saturday People define their have lush indie rock and roll with jangly guitars and an effervescent live persona. The music group — which features Speed Lady expatriate Archie Moore (bass), ex-Tree Fort Angst partner Terry Banking institutions (acoustic …

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Dressy Bessy

The long-running Denver-based indie pop band Dressy Bessy were led by singer/guitarist Tammy Ealom, who began her musical career as an associate from the little-known 40th Day; with time she remaining the group to spotlight writing her personal material, eventually becoming a member of the initial incarnation from the Minders. …

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Irving

LA natives Steven Scott, Alex Chapel, and Brian Canning were asked to try out an art starting in Los Feliz Town with a mutual friend in early 1998. The three music artists performed collectively for the very first time in the gig, and made a decision to maintain the functioning …

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The Essex Green

Neo-psychedelic pop outfit the Essex Green were shaped in middle-1997 after 4 members from the Burlington, VT-based Guppyboy — singer/guitarist Chris Ziter, singer/keyboardist Sasha Bell, guitarist Jeff Baron, and bassist Mike Barrett — relocated to Brooklyn, NY. Completing the lineup with drummer Tim Barnes, the group made an appearance at …

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The Sixth Great Lake

The Essex Green’s Jeffrop Baron, Chris Ziter, and Sasha Bell formed the 6th Great Lake with Mike Barrett and Zachary Ward in the past due ’90s, delving in to the band’s fondness for lush daydreams, stories, and atmospheric soundscapes of earthy creations. Up the united states designated their debut in …

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No Kids

Canadian indie pop clothing No Kids certainly are a part task for Julia Chirka, Justin Kellam, and Nick Krgovich through the group P:ano. The trio, plus a little army of close friends, completed focus on its debut recording for the Tomlab label at Vancouver’s Hive Studios in past due 2007. …

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