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Ling Tosite Sigure

Japanese indie rockers Ling Tosite Sigure (or “Rin Toshite Shigure” in the additionally utilized Hepburn transliteration) play complex post-hardcore with alt-prog influences, teaching a remarkable capability to mix tempo adjustments and emo screams by both vocalists (male and feminine) with great melodies and solid psychological messages, and scoring in the …

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Cosmin TRG

The Romanian-born, Berlin-based Cosmin TRG — aka Cosmin Nicolae — found prominence using the first release for the fledgling dubstep label Hessle Sound in 2007. Developing up on a diet plan of Tangerine Fantasy, Kraftwerk, and Italo Disco, Nicolae first uncovered contemporary digital music from a cassette duplicate of Orbital’s …

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Arnion

A thrash music group from Brazil with an old-fashioned design, Arnion produced their recording debut in 2008. Founded in 2003 in Goiânia, Goiás, the music group was originally made up of Pedro Neto (vocals), Túlio Caetano (acoustic guitar), Rinaldo Macedo (acoustic guitar), Leonardo Araújo (bass), and Rogério Paulo (drums). Neto …

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Trax

The Trax will be the consequence of the attempt with the South Korean music industry giant SM Entertainment to determine a rock-band — a fairly rare bird in the 2000s Korean scene entirely dominated by pop artists. The group’s music still includes a large amount of pop, metropolitan, and hip-hop …

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Naam

Naam formed in Brooklyn in ’09 2009, drawing impact from a bevy of psychedelic and spaced-out rings to produce their heavy audio. Original core users included vocalist/guitarist Ryan Lee Lugar, bassist John Preston Bundy, and drummer Eli Pizzuto. After a self-released EP in ’09 2009 entitled Kingdom, the trio authorized …

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Kill It Kid

Drawing on affects that range between Delta blues and ragtime to hard-hitting indie and common rock, bluesy Uk post-grunge/Americana outfit Wipe out It Kid offers drawn evaluations to bands just like the Light Stripes, My Morning hours Coat, Kings of Leon, as well as the Dark Keys. Produced in 2008 …

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Shootin’ Pains

Merging two rich traditions of Texas music — ranting punk rock and roll and rootsy acoustic country — Shootin’ Aches and pains feature two members from the legendary Austin strap the Dicks, Buxf Bird and Pat Deason, with acoustic guitars and banjos running their tales of like gone wrong, a …

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Yes Boss

Combining their affects of indie rock and roll, techno, and hip-hop, Yes Boss stormed Britain’s dance/garage area underground using a string of vinyl singles in 2006. Located in Leeds, Britain, the tag group of vocalist/rapper Noah (blessed Noah Dark brown) and electro beat-maker Gavron (blessed Gavin Lawson) received far more …

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The Rituals

Italian gritty post-hardcore trio the Rituals met up in Verona in 2003 very well studied through to American bands like WARM WATER Music, Dillinger 4, and Jawbreaker. Nicolò (vocals, bass), Maurice (drums), and Riccardo (acoustic guitar, vocals) released the seven-song demonstration Learn to Obtain Disgusted in March 2004. This led …

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Inhale/Exhale

Locating themselves without rings, bassist Brian Pittman (who got recently still left pop-punkers Relient K) and guitarist John LaRussa (whose have Narcissus had split up) started randomly playing as well as some area friends. By 2005, that they had been completely became a member of by vocalist Ryland Raus and …

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