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I Declare War

Using a lurching sound that’s almost as tumultuous as their seemingly ever-changing lineup, Seattle, Washington’s I Declare War certainly are a deathcore band that formed in 2005. With a genuine lineup comprising vocalist Jonathan Huber, guitarists Evan Hughes and Jake Paulson, bassist Zack Band, and drummer Randy Carpenter, the music …

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Brown Bird

The indie folk ensemble Dark brown Bird initially formed as a car for lead vocalist and songwriter David Lamb. In 2003, having resided briefly in Seattle, Lamb relocated east to Portland, Maine, where he began working on a small number of folk music that likened favorably towards the extra, rough-hewn …

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Spook the Horse

The people of Spook the Equine — vocalist/guitarist Give Burton, guitarist Brian Pake, keyboardist Brian Mura, bassist Matt Ralston, and drummer Brian Papenfuss — met in Bellingham, Washington during senior high school. The five have been playing in various bands collectively for over ten years before creating Spook the Equine …

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Sadistik

An alternative solution rap artist located in Seattle, Washington, Sadistik — given birth to Cody Foster in Yakima — needs satisfaction in his deep, cerebral, and difficult rhyming design. A graduate of Central Washington College or university, he released his initial record, The Balancing Work, in 2008, with visitor performances …

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Telekinesis

Telekinesis may be the songwriting automobile of Michael Benjamin Lerner, whose music splits the difference between summery indie rock and roll and buoyant power pop. Located in Seattle, Washington, Lerner dealt with a lot of the instrumental responsibilities on his band’s debut, Telekinesis!, that was produced by Loss of life …

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The Maldives

Probably one of the most promising rings for the Pacific Northwest’s root base rock picture, the Maldives are an expansive nine-piece music group whose music recalls the mature and graceful storytelling from the Band as well as the rougher, more forceful strike of alt-country works like the Aged 97’s as …

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Naja Shiri

Rap, hip-hop, and spirit siren Naja Shiri began her profession quietly in America’s northeast. Amanda Nicole Allison was created in Tacoma, Washington in 1981. After finding the music of Mary J. Blige, Tupac Shakur, Nas, and Beliefs Evans, she experienced a religious rebirth and transformed her name to Naja Shiri …

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Lavender Country

While Lavender Nation were small known beyond your Pacific Northwest in support of released one self-distributed album, within their period they created an authentic cultural milestone — the first assortment of openly gay-themed nation songs. Lavender Nation had been the brainchild of Patrick Haggerty, who was simply born and elevated …

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Adam West

Adam Western world stepped in to the function of comic criminal offense fighter Batman in the tv screen group of the same name through the 1960s. Advertising tie-ins towards the Caped Crusader abounded, from lunchboxes and pajamas to recordings. The 7″ one “Batman and Robin,” supported by “THE STORYPLOT of …

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Jack Smith

Not to end up being confused with vaudeville’s Whispering Jack port Smith nor with ’60s British pop entity Whistling Jack port Smith, popular vocalist, professional, MC, and radio and tv personality Jack port Smith was also called Smilin’ Jack port Smith. On November 16, 1916, Jack port Ward Smith was …

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