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Lightning Love

Lightning Like are an indie pop trio located in Ypsilanti, Michigan. The music group came jointly in past due 2006 when drummer/songwriter Aaron Diehl teamed up with guitarist/vocalist Ben Collins to flesh out some solo house demos his sister Leah Diehl acquired made using simply piano and vocals. Leah’s music …

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Family of the Year

Sunny Los Angeles-based indie pop outfit Category of the Year shaped in ’09 2009 round the talents of Welsh brothers Joseph and Sebastian Keefe, Florida indigenous James Buckey, and Orange Region, California denizen Christina Schroeter. Having a heady mixture of Seaside Boys-inspired man/woman harmonies and a penchant for cleverly organized, …

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A River Valentine

Shaped in 2006 across the talents of New York-born guitarist Joe Conte and California indigenous/vocalist/songwriter Victoria Patrick, Los Angeles-based indie pop duo A River Valentine crafts delicate, left-field folk music in the vein of She & Him and Tegan and Sara with a wholesome dose of Velvet Underground sweetness and …

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Chic Gamine

Harmonious having a killer awesome style, Winnipeg- and Montreal-based band Chic Gamine appear to be a ’60s girl group as imagined by Quentin Tarantino. Shaped in 2007, the group had been originally known for his or her exclusive instrumentation with four voices (Andrina Turenne, Alexa Dirks, Annick Bremault, and Ariane …

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Washington Social Club

Full of energy indie rock quintet Washington Public Club was shaped in 2002 by singer/guitarist Martin Royle, bassist Olivia Mancini, and drummer Randall Range. The debut full-length Getting Looks was made by Brian McTear (Burning up Brides, the Capitol Years) and released by Badman Recordings in 2004. To get the …

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A Smile and a Ribbon

A Smile and a Ribbon certainly are a Swedish indie pop duo, made up of Rebecca Melman and Martin Lindqvist, whose special, simple, cute-as-a-button tracks nod to performers like Talulah Gosh, Tilly as well as the Wall structure, and Cub. Their debut full-length, The Boy I Desire I Under no …

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Peggy Sue

Brighton, Britain indie folk duo Peggy Sue was formed simply by longtime close friends Rosa Slade and Katy Adolescent. The group’s personal mixture of brooding anti-folk and fiery indie pop was created in basements, living spaces, and small night clubs in 2006. An effective tour with like-minded Uk indie rockers …

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Emmy the Great

The inventive, acoustic guitar-wielding folksinger Emma-Lee Moss was created in Hong Kong and later on moved with her family to Britain, where she became a fixture of London’s burgeoning anti-folk scene. The youthful vocalist/songwriter collaborated with Lightspeed Champ, Fyfe Dangerfield, and Jeremy Warmsley, and her target audience grew as she …

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The Love Language

North Carolina-based lo-fi indie rock and roll outfit Love Vocabulary were shaped in Raleigh simply by singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Stuart McLamb following some false starts, crisis, and general malcontent that found out the recently reformed artist prepared to embrace a wholesome, less destructive life-style. Recorded, created, and stated in a space for …

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Bound Stems

Chicago’s Bound Stems feature Bobby Gallivan (electric guitar/vocals), Dan Radzicki (bass), Dan Fleury (electric guitar), and Evan Sult (drums). Gallivan, Radzicki, and Fleury performed on a single high-school basketball group and have been playing music for quite some time by enough time they fulfilled Harvey Danger’s Sult in 2001. A …

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