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Over the Atlantic

THE BRAND NEW Zealand indie electronic act Within the Atlantic features multi-instrumentalists Nik Brinkman and Bevan Smith. Brinkman acquired already been trying out Within the Atlantic being a single project and acquired issued several compilation monitors upon conference Smith through a shared friend in early 2004. Smith, who’s previously performed …

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Neva Dinova

Dreamy and sparse, sensitive and moody, they are the elements that produce Neva Dinova a unforgettable experience. Frequently lumped along with additional groups that arrived at exactly the same time (like the Faint and Shiny Eye), the music group actually were only available in 1993 in the height from the …

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The Double

Brooklyn’s the Twice serve up a distinctive mixture of unsettling noise, loose-limbed rock, and singalong melodies. After documenting their first record, 2002’s folk-noise collision Loose Crochet, being a duo, the group extended to its complete lineup of vocalist/bassist David Greenhill, drummer/programmer Jeff McLeod, keyboardist Jacob Morris, and guitarist/vocalist Donald Bearman. …

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Amps for Christ

Electronic primitivist project Amps for Christ was primarily the task of Claremont, California-based Henry Barnes, formerly of sludge metallic/hardcore legends Man May be the Bastard and severe noise offshoot Bastard Sound. An store for Barnes’ desire for polyethnic folk customs and faux-Celtic mysticism, Amps for Christ demonstrated equally distinctive because …

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McCarthy Trenching

McCarthy Trenching may be the substitute country-rock project of Dan McCarthy, an Omaha-based musician that has collaborated with fellow Nebraska outfits like Shiny Eyes, Tilly as well as the Wall structure, and Azure Ray. His self-titled debut, released in 2007, highlighted a great deal of materials from McCarthy’s 2003 demonstration, …

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The Weakerthans

Formed following Propagandhi member John K. Samson got the itch to execute and record once again after going for a sabbatical to create and begin a publishing organization, the Winnipeg-based Weakerthans required Samson’s music in a totally different path. Propagandhi have been known for effective, quick punk and overtly politics …

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Andrew Jackson Jihad

Comprising core people Sean Bonnette (classical guitar) and Ben Gallaty (straight bass), Andrew Jackson Jihad, aka AJJ, is really a folk-punk clothing from Phoenix, Arizona. The Jihad shaped in 2004, when frontman Bonnette was still an adolescent, as well as the duo quickly started composing humorously explicit music with macabre …

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Jay Brannan

Texas-born singer, songwriter, and actor Jay Brannan’s angelic voice and folky acoustic approach could make him look like a garden-variety modern singer/songwriter, but his musical sensibility brings him nearer to hard-to-fit-in-a-box feminine performers like Ani DeFranco, Lisa Loeb, Sinéad O’Connor, and Liz Phair, and he appears like nothing a lot …

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Hallelujah the Hills

Hallelujah the Hillsides arose through the ashes of Boston’s past due lamented the Stairways. When the Stairways collapsed by the end of 2005, business lead vocalist/songwriter Ryan Walsh and drummer Eric Meyer announced the forming of their new music group. Called after Adolphus Mekas’ 1963 cult humor, Hallelujah the Hillsides …

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The Mountain Goats

The Hill Goats are, for everyone practical purposes, the endlessly clever and prolific John Darnielle and whatever music artists he surrounds himself with, meaning as the soundscape may differ from project to project, the entire tone and feel of Darnielle’s work remains remarkably consistent. At his greatest, he writes finely …

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