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The Method Actors

THE TECHNIQUE Actors, a critically adored post-punk/fresh wave music group from Athens, GA, was formed in 1979 by two members from the short-lived Tone-Tones: guitarist/vocalist Vic Varney and drummer/vocalist David Gamble. Though they gigged thoroughly throughout NEW YORK in a focused burst a couple of months shortly after developing, it …

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Awesome Wells

Awesome Wells certainly are a punk-pop trio from Britain using a riot grrrl style who produced their recording debut in 2008. Inspired by Elastica, Veruca Sodium, and Sleater-Kinney, the Liverpool-based trio is certainly made up of Sarah Kerton (vocals, bass), Nadine Davenport (electric guitar), and Kit-Cat Mackinlay (drums). They produced …

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Warheit

German rap group Warheit specializes in hard-hitting lyrics that are critical of culture; for instance, their first main strike, “Hölle auf Erden” (2007), lambastes the anti-terrorism insurance policies and procedures of america under the command of George W. Bush. Produced in 2002 and located in Frankfurt am Primary, Warheit is …

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Art Decade

Acquiring their name from an instrumental cut on David Bowie’s Low, and focusing on big, anthemic, prog-tinged orchestral indie rock and roll in the vein of artists like Muse as well as the Mars Volta, Boston’s Art Decade created in 2008 round the talents of Berklee Classes of Music grad …

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Henry’s Funeral Shoe

Playing bluesy hard rock and roll with a lot of attitude, a vintage rocker’s appreciation of history, and a punk’s feeling of concision, Henry’s Funeral Boot is a force duo from Southern Wales comprising Aled Clifford on guitar and vocals, and his young brother Brennig Clifford on drums. Aled’s early …

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Matt Gilman

A Christian music musician, Matt Gilman is a singer and songwriter that has said that his objective as an musician is “to provoke this era to locate the data of God.” Blessed in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Gilman’s dad was a Lutheran pastor, with age eight he began studying music, concentrating on …

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The Jim Jones Revue

Produced in 2007 by Jim Jones (formerly of psych-rockers Thee Hypnotics and Dark Moses) and Rupert Orton (golf club promoter and brother of nu-folker Beth), the Jim Jones Revue’s raucous piano-driven sound infused the sound, spirit, and design of ’50s rock and roll & roll using a wall structure of …

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Gerald Scott

Gerald Scott is a gospel musician from Washington, D.C. He continues to be energetic in his cathedral since his teenage years, when he became an in-house organist. After playing and executing with a multitude of high-profile performers across styles, Scott’s profession bloomed in 2007, when he stepped out like a …

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Afrojack

Nick Vehicle de Wall structure, aka Afrojack, joined Tiësto and Armin van Buuren in the type of globetrotting DJs, suppliers, and remixers to emerge from the burgeoning Dutch dance music picture. Given birth to in Spijkenisse in 1988, he started playing the piano at age group five, but after obtaining …

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Lea Michele

A Broadway star by enough time she was nine years of age, Lea Michele produced her name being a stage actress before getting a job in Glee, which turned her right into a Television performer and Top 40 pop vocalist. Although elevated in NJ, Michele spent the majority of her …

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