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Burnt Palms

Burnt Hands are an indie pop group from Seaside, California whose wistful, innocent tracks about crushes and heartbreak instantly think of ’90s twee favorites Tiger Snare and Heavenly, but with a brand new perspective in the familiar sugary yet spiky formula. Shaped by guitarist/vocalist Christina Riley, drummer/vocalist Clara Nieto, and …

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Sandy’s

The brainchild of former Botticellis founding member Alexi Glickman, Sandy’s took its name from his post-surfing habit of tracking items of the beach into friends’ cars and provides breezy psych pop a twist with open-tuned guitars. Together with his amount of time in the Botticellis — whose 2008 record Old …

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Jacco Gardner

Though he was created in holland in 1989, Jacco Gardner sounds as though he were alive in 1967 — soaking in every the baroque pop and toytown psych which were overtaking pop music at that time. Inspired by groupings just like the Zombies as well as the Still left Banke, …

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Casimer & Casimir

Casimer & Casimir may be the cooperation of Casimer Pascal, the brainchild of Detroit pastoral indie pop purveyors Pas/Cal, and his similarly named nephew, VJ Casimir Caruso. Today located in Chicago, the duo programs release a an album’s worthy of of songs individually. The twosome presents precious, summery noises with …

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Saint Motel

California indie pop music group Saint Motel was formed in 2007 by pianist/vocalist A.J. Jackson and classically qualified guitarist Aaron Clear, who met if they had been both film college students at Chapman University or college in Orange, California. Recruiting bassist Dak Lerdamornpong, who worked well at a close by …

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Cinema Red and Blue

Cinema Crimson and Blue certainly are a part project of people from the U.K. indie rock and roll heroes Comet Gain, U.S. chamber poppers the Ladybug Transistor, and the brand new York music group Crystal Stilts. In August of 2009, Comet Gain vocalist/guitarist David Christian and keyboardist Anne Laure Guillain …

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James Husband

Vocalist/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist James Huggins III (aka James Hubby) is normally a founding person in the Athens, GA-based psychedelic pop combo Great Lakes, and a contributing person in other prominent indie pop rings with ties towards the ever-expanding Elephant 6 family members tree, including Ladybug Transistor, the Essex Green, Marshmallow Coastline, and …

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Brown Recluse

Dark brown Recluse, a psychedelia-tinged indie pop ensemble whose breezy, lighthearted tunes nodded to Beachwood Sparks, Belle & Sebastian, as well as the Essex Green, shaped in the first 2000s with Timothy Meskers, Herbert Shellenberger, Alexander Tyson, and Jesse, Patrick, and Ryan Todd. The group self-released its debut EP, Dark …

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Sweet Apple Pie

While Toulouse, France, could be renowned for various other features, this five-piece power pop outfit is wanting to improve that. In 1995, Special Apple Pie produced and performed around their hometown, attaining a little but loyal pursuing. The group, who wished to recapture the power from the Beatles as well …

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Tiny Dancers

Regardless of the seemingly obvious link with the Elton John classic from Madman Over the Water (and newer Almost Famous fame), Tiny Dancers leader David Kay claims in interviews which the young quintet from West Yorkshire is in fact named after a cabal of wicked dwarves in Roger Corman’s 1964 …

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