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He Who Corrupts

Billing themselves as the “Grind Gods of Chicago’s Financial District” (filled with complete corporate lingo compared to that influence on their website), He Who Corrupts includes vocalist Tommy Camaro, guitarists Cory Lockheart and Caz Ul Friday, bassist Rory Lockheart, and drummer Ross Boneyard. Their The Smell of Cash EP combines …

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Arabesque

Refusing to check out rap market standards, Toronto hip-hop lyricist Arabesque (given birth to Steven Kawalit) decidedly developed his own route by writing tracks unafraid to explore controversial problems or distressing feelings. The Canadian-born Palestinian, who also goes on the alias Aramaic, released his rap profession when he was youthful …

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The Superions

The Superions found Earth to dominate the earth with delirious dance music. They began by taking on the body of B-52s frontman Fred Schneider, key pad and electrical drum participant Noah Brodie, and programmer Dan Marshall, and generating an album’s well worth of Xmas music known as Destination…Xmas! But seriously, …

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Dread Mar-I

Dread Mar-I is a charting, best-selling Argentine reggae singer, songwriter, and bandleader. His sensual, passionate vocal delivery runs over a method that combines deep root base reggae using the sweetness of fans rock. Dread was created Mariano Javier Castro in Quequén, Argentina in January of 1978. When he was seven …

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PRhyme

Hip-hop duo PRhyme happened in 2014 being a collaboration between renowned East Coast producer DJ Leading and Detroit-bred MC Royce da 5’9″. Royce da 5’9″ emerged up dealing with Eminem, and Premier’s beats described among the better hip-hop information of the first ’90s and beyond, and both brought the most …

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Mikky Ekko

A singer/songwriter with the capacity of bluesy grit and metropolitan pop gloss, Mikky Ekko was raised steeped in gospel, journeying through Louisiana, Mississippi, and the others of America’s deep southern along with his preacher dad. After settling in Nashville, he performed being a sideman in a number of bands and …

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Yashin

Scottish post-hardcore music group Yashin shaped in 2006 in the city of Greenock, only outside Glasgow. College close friends Paul Charles Travers (electric guitar) and Andrew McShane (bass) enlisted founding vocalist Michael Grain, drummer David Beaton, and first guitarist Lewis Millen. The quintet released a set of pop-punk and hardcore-influenced …

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The Draft

When WARM WATER Music continued hiatus in-may 2005 because Chuck Ragan wished to pursue various other interests (the music group officially ended a season later), the rest of the people — bassist Jason Dark, drummer George Rebelo, and singer/guitarist Chris Wollard — weren’t quite prepared to simply sit about idly. …

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Monarkh

Canadian industrial dark metallists Monarkh were shaped in 2005, and subsequently agreed upon to Numen Malevolum Barathri Information. The group’s 2007 record, Rites Profanes, drew evaluations to functions by MZ.412 and Atrium Carceri.

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Women

Psychedelic-tinged noise rock quartet Women shaped in 2007 throughout the talents of Chris Reimer, Mike Wallace, and brothers Pat and Matt Flegel in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. The longtime close friends start using a shape-shifting arsenal of samplers and drum devices amidst the original rock set up of bass, drums, and …

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