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Jon Bolden

Indie rocker and image developer Jon Bolden began writing and taking part in tunes while likely to college at Marietta University in Marietta, OH, a little town situated within the shores from the Ohio River. There wasn’t a lot of a music picture in Marietta, but this do small to …

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Roger Manning

As the co-founder of Jellyfish, Imperial Move, as well as the Moog Cookbook, keyboardist Roger Manning became probably one of the most beloved numbers in ’90s underground pop music. While non-e of those rings remained collectively for much longer than four years, Manning’s skill as a tranquility vocalist, arranger, and …

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Mike Posner

Vocalist Mike Posner launched his profession at Duke University or college, where he balanced his undergraduate research in sociology and business along with his music practices. Like fellow undergrad Asher Roth, Posner started producing melodic pop-rap tunes for the faculty crowd, filling up his music with recommendations to fraternity tradition, …

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Honey Lantree

Anne Margot Lantree, better referred to as Honey Lantree, was significant among the few feminine drummers to emerge from the Uk Invasion. Additionally, as an associate — and finally the highlighted member — from the Honeycombs, she was most likely the best known girl drummer in rock and roll & …

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Django Django

Although this psychedelic art pop quartet formed in Dalston, London by the end of 2008, the bandmembers had met previously in the decade in the Edinburgh College of Artwork. Vocalist and guitarist Vinny Neff and drummer Dave Maclean performed their 1st impromptu East London live times with Duncan Marquiss of …

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Disco Doom

Zurich, Switzerland’s Disco Doom shaped in 1996 using the core duo of guitarist/vocalist Gabriele De Mario and guitarist/bassist Anita Rufer. Using a spinning cast of drummers and longtime keyboardist Daniel Nievergelt, they crafted music that up to date the traditional ‘90s indie rock and roll of Superchunk and Pavement. RRKR …

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Ludwig Göransson

Ludwig Göransson is a Los Angeles-based Swedish musician most widely known for his often playful film and tv scores. Göransson was raised having a musician dad and started music lessons at a age. Reared mainly on pop/rock and roll, he branched into jazz and traditional in his teenagers, and continued …

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Mississippi Matilda

Matilda Powell, who have performed beneath the name Mississippi Matilda, married multi-instrumentalist Eugene Powell, who have performed beneath the name Sonny Son Nelson, in the 1930s, as well as the few, along with Willie Harris, Robert Hill, and people from the Mississippi Sheiks, traveled to New Orleans in 1936 to …

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Letts

Vocalist/songwriter, painter, and sculptor and guitarist/vocalist/songwriter for colorful Southern California-based retro-pop collective Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros, London-born Christian Letts crafts bucolic indie folk confections having a hook-laden pop middle. In 2011 Letts fulfilled Marcus Mumford while starting for Mumford & Sons on the Railroad Revival Tour. Both became …

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Clã

Because of their sophisticated flavor and pop sensibility, Clã (meaning “clan”) became a 90’s and 00’s Portuguese pop mainstay. In 1992 music artists Helder Goncalves (piccolo bass), Manuela Azevedo (vocals), Miguel Ferreira (keyboards), Pedro Biscaia (keyboards), Pedro Rito (bass) and Fernando Goncalves (drums) arrived together to developing Clã. Four years …

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