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The Glass Family

Austin, TX, indie rock and roll quintet the Cup Family members had their first incarnation at a celebration in wintertime 2001 with Tony Daugherty (drums) and Michael Winningham (vocals, electric guitar). After several lineup shifts, they guaranteed Frank Alexander (key pad), Jeremy Gomez (bass), and Brian Hubbard (electric guitar). Their …

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Peter Knight

Peter Knight (never to end up being confused using the pop music conductor/arranger from the same name) is among the most respected music artists to emerge from the early-’70s British folk-rock growth. A banjo/fiddle virtuoso — but also a multi-instrumentalist with skills on electric guitar, keyboards, and bass, among various …

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The Ballet

Focusing on infectious, Brill Building-length indie pop tunes that mix the orchestral, aloof folk-pop proclivities of rings like the Concealed Cameras and Belle and Sebastian using the droll, electro-pop shimmer of the Stephin Merritt (Magnetic Areas, Gothic Archies, Future Bible Heroes, the 6ths) production, NY City-based collective the Ballet released …

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The Beach Bullies

The Seaside Bullies were a short-lived Uk post-punk duo comprising Soft Males associate Wayne A. Smith and vocalist Jill Fricker. Their minimalist, lo-fi music, recorded entirely having a acoustic guitar and drum machine, had been alternately witty and wistful, managing sentiments of heartache and loneliness having a sharp love of …

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Morning

Appearing out of the ashes of Psychosis in 1999, Morning was shaped by Saskia van Heugten and Mauro Pi. They recruited Stijn Bannier, Jerry Jacobs, and Jamal Marquardt to full the lineup. The next year, Marquardt still left the group, getting changed by Pol Bannier. They added Gilles truck Hoof …

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Richard Edwards

A singer, songwriter, and guitarist who eventually began releasing music under his personal name, Richard Edwards was most widely known throughout his twenties for the bittersweet indie rock and roll of his music group Margot & the Nuclear Thus and So’s. Called after the personality Margot Tenenbaum in the Wes …

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Josh Woodward

Prolific indie singer/songwriter Josh Woodward represents the quintessential self-made artist of the web age. Since 2004, the Findley, Ohio indigenous provides documented and released almost twelve albums of thoughtful, well-crafted folk pop, providing everything free of charge from his internet site. Now located in Ann Arbor, Michigan, the talented multi-instrumentalist …

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Rhythm Fantasy

Rhythm Fantasy includes performers/songwriters Marylin Lo and Reiko Nishida. Lo, an American of Taiwanese/Japanese descent, fulfilled Nishida in 1998 while she was functioning as an British instructor in Japan. The duo after that contacted manufacturer/instrumentalist Tatsuhiko Watanabe, who acquired placed a categorized ad for feminine singers. They started collaborating on …

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Nemesea

A symphonic goth steel troupe based from the Netherlands, Nemesea were founded in 2002 by vocalist/composer Manda Ophuis and guitarist Hendrik Jan de Jong. Nemesea trim their teeth starting for fellow Dutch brood-rockers After Forever, with whom these were originally likened, before inking a offer in 2003 with indie label …

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Wymond Miles

In 2008, while San Francisco’s the new & Onlys were active readying Grey-Eyed Young ladies and Play It Unusual, the garage-psych group’s guitarist, Wymond Mls, was writing music privately using his eight-track Tascam residential recorder. Motivated by performers like Scott Walker, Echo & the Bunnymen, and Robert Wyatt, though Mls’ …

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