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Cold Specks

Etobicoke, Ontario, Canada-born and London, England-based musician Al Spx, who all goes on the stage name Cool Specks, describes her personal sound seeing that “doom spirit.” Steeped in the previous gospel spirituals and traditional folk music that famed musicologist Alan Lomax spent the majority of his lifestyle placing to tape, …

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Lincoln Durham

Describing himself being a “Southern-Gothic-Punk-Gospel-Revival One-Man-Band Preaching the nice Phrase of Depravity,” Lincoln Durham is normally a singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and neo-country blues enthusiast. Durham was created in Whitney, Tx, but elevated in Itasca, Tx. Adept at music from an early on age group, he was playing fiddle by enough …

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Willis Earl Beal

Chicago singer/songwriter Willis Earl Beal began his foray in to the music business by tacking hand-drawn flyers all around the greater metropolitan area along with his contact number and address. The flyers stated “I am Willis Earl Beal. Contact me and I’ll sing you a music. Write if you ask …

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Jamie N Commons

United kingdom singer and songwriter Jamie N Commons combines a Tom Waits-like raspy street-corner voice using a dark and haunted vision from the world ? la Nick Cave, with his greatest, he delivers some sort of contemporary gothic, 21st hundred years version from the blues. Delivered in Bristol, Britain, Commons …

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West End Motel

A diversion in the world of prog metallic, Western End Motel finds Mastodon guitarist Brent Hinds exploring the sounds of early rock & roll using a task that, without as large as his various other work, is believe it or not ominous. Similar to the “doom-wop” clothing Mister Heavenly, Western …

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Nick Mulvey

London-based songwriter Nick Mulvey already had an abundance of musical knowledge before arriving at the fore using a single project in 2012, with many years of formal education in Havana, Cuba, studying music and art, aswell as being a dynamic member in Mercury Award nominees Portico Quartet. His initial musical …

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Moulettes

British experimental folk-rock (or self-proclaimed “craft pop”) band Moulettes shaped in Glastonbury, Somerset in 2002, away of the collective of like-minded musicians who had known each other and played out together since university. Led from the charismatic Hannah Miller and originally offering bassist Ted Dwane, who continued to become listed …

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Jacob Bellens

Before making his single debut in 2012, Danish singer/songwriter Jacob Bellens was popular in the Copenhagen music picture for his rings I ACQUIRED You about Tape and Murder. Both of his rings got their genesis in the middle-2000s and each displayed a different color of Bellens’ specific method of pop …

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Cáceres

Created in the ’40s in Buenos Aires, Juan Carlos Caceres became intimately associated with the existentialist motion that thrived in the town during the many years of his youngsters. Caceres was an achieved jazz trombonist by his mid-twenties, and even though he studied great arts on the university instead of …

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Curtis Eller

A fantastic and highly interesting singer/songwriter who’s based in NEW YORK, Curtis Eller has successfully brought a number of affects to his unorthodox folk-rock eyesight. The banjo-playing Eller’s function comes with an old-time experience, drawing on a good amount of immediate or indirect affects in the ’20s, ’30s, and ’40s …

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