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Nod

Given that they first began taking part in together inside a Rochester, NY, basement, Nod continues to be cranking out complex funk rock and roll with an undercurrent of sound and chaos. Users Joe Sorriero (acoustic guitar, vocals), Tim Pollard (bass), Brian Shafer (drums), and Hugh Edwards (acoustic guitar) show …

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Sambassadeur

Among the many accomplished indie pop rings in Sweden within the 2000s, Gothenberg’s Sambassadeur help to make beautifully wistful, hazy music such as the Go-Betweens, Belle & Sebastian, as well as the Magnetic Areas — most of whom the music group cites as affects, alongside more left-field options like Cable …

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Scrawl

A long time before the riot grrrl motion opened the floodgates for the widespread emergence of feminine artists within the male-dominated world of indie rock and roll, the Columbus, OH-based trio Scrawl carved away their very own tough-minded however feminine niche inside the underground community. Produced by vocalist/guitarist Marcy Mays, …

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Plumtree

The Halifax punk-pop quartet Plumtree were formed in 1993 by Amanda Braden (vocals, guitar), Nina Martin (bass), and sisters Carla and Lynette Gillis (guitar and drums, respectively); all girls were within their mid-teens at that time. They released many singles and documented a full-length recording, Mass Teenager Fainting (the recording …

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Robert Gotobed

Robert Gotobed is wary of describing himself being a musician, instead of somebody who simply has the drums. However he contributed a massive total Wire’s sound, specifically in the triad of traditional albums: Green Flag, Chairs Lacking, and 154. As an adolescent, Gotobed was captivated with the drumming of Cream’s …

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Despistado

Despistado was formed in later 2001 by way of a couple of Regina, Saskatchewan, natives who combated the bitter cool of the surroundings by light a fireplace of frenetic indie rock and roll that claimed just as much impact from Wire’s angularity since it did Modest Mouse’s quirkiness. Made up …

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Ceremony

Coping in hardcore punk that’s punctuated with explosive matches of sonic violence, Wedding ceremony formed within the California Bay area in 2005. Using a audio that fused the no-nonsense hardcore of rings like Dark Flag and Suicidal Tendencies using the unstable outbursts of Dillinger Get away Plan, the music group …

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Graham Lewis

Although Graham Lewis is usually best-known as Wire’s bassist and co-vocalist, like Bruce Gilbert and Colin Newman he held himself busy beyond Wire pursuing exciting single and collaborative tasks: from minimalist experimentation to even more available electro-pop and beyond music into performance art. Given birth to into a armed service …

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Fehlfarben

Monarchie und Alltag, the 1980 debut recording by Pass away Fehlfarben, is among the essential releases from the Neue Deutsche Welle (NDW), the German exact carbon copy of brand-new influx. Die Fehlfarben had been never quite exactly the same after Monarchie und Alltag — continuous lineup shuffling, intermittent streaks of …

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Cupol

Cupol was a short-lived alias for Cable users Bruce Gilbert and Graham Lewis that yielded a two-song EP (SUCH AS THIS for a long time) on 4AD in 1980. Gilbert and Lewis would later on record a complete LP on 4AD as B.C. Gilbert/G. Lewis (or Dome, which ultimately became …

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