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Caviar

The Chicago-based, electronic-tinged contemporary rock group Caviar formed in 1999 from the ashes of Fig Dish. Regardless of the issues the music group had making use of their label, guitarist/vocalist Blake Smith and bassist/vocalist/keyboardist Mike Willison wished to continue producing music together. A vacation towards the U.K. produced them alert …

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The Breeders

One of alternate rock’s most promising — and frustrating — rings, the Breeders were conceived initially for Pixies bassist Kim Offer and Throwing Muses guitarist Tanya Donelly to discrete some suppressed creative energy also to have a break from getting the next bananas in each of the main bands. Offer …

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Moth Macabre

Miami-native Daniel Presley enrolled on the University of Minnesota, and met bassist Michelle Muldrow. They started working jointly, and following a move to SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA in 1992, fulfilled drummer David Light and tempo guitarist Tom Risse. Their self-titled debut, released on Interscope afterwards that year, displays Moth Macabre’s …

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Manda & The Marbles

Vintage trio Manda as well as the Marbles–Manda (vocals/bass), Joe A. Harm (acoustic guitar) and Tag Slak (drums)–play fresh wave-inspired poppy, punk rock and roll. The band started to consider form when Manda fulfilled documenting engineer Joe A. Harm while she was playing in an organization known as Dick, Jane …

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Stretch Princess

The indie pop outfit Stretch out Princess can be an eclectic number, for all those three members hail from your U.K. and cite greatly different methods when becoming involved with music. Vocalist/bassist Jo Lloyd is usually of Irish and Welsh good, and was raised playing the piano. Drummer David Magee …

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Nina Gordon

Nina Gordon first rose to popularity with Veruca Sodium, the female-fronted alternative rock-band whose two biggest singles, “Seether” and “Volcano Young ladies,” were both items of her fierce vocals and tight, pop-minded songwriting. She still left the group following the launch of 1997’s Eight Hands to carry You, allegedly because …

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Saucy Monky

The roots from the whimsical indie rockers Saucy Monky could be traced back again to when singer/guitarist/songwriter Cynthia Catania made a decision to keep her indigenous Ireland for NEW YORK. Effective gigging around N.Con.C. resulted in good press however, not a saving contract, so LA was her following end. A …

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Louise Post

Vocalist/guitarist/songwriter Louise Post is most beneficial known in the choice rock world on her behalf are the head/co-founder of Veruca Sodium, a female-fronted music group which was especially popular within the ’90s but continued to truly have a following within the 2000s despite significant amounts of well-publicized turmoil on the …

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House of Large Sizes

Guitarist/vocalist Dave Deibler, bassist Barb Schilf, and drummer Dave Berg shaped the music group in Iowa. After many years on the golf club circuit and some independent produces, the alterna-pop music group was authorized by Crimson Decibel/Columbia, and documented their major-label debut, My Ass-Kickin’ Existence, in 1994. Cup Cockpit adopted …

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Killing Heidi

On the effectiveness of two strong rock and roll anthem singles as well as the group’s vivacious dreadlocked teenage woman singer, Eliminating Heidi emerged because the act dominating the Australian product sales charts in the turn of the brand new Millennium. Like every “over night sensation,” Getting rid of Heidi …

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