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Joe Sib

After many years of coping with rowdy audiences as the frontman having a punk rock-band, Joe Sib had the perfect training for his second career like a standup comic, knowing all too well how to proceed when hecklers give him trouble. A indigenous Californian, Joe Sib (created Joseph Subbiondo) was …

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Alice Bag

Best known seeing that an important amount on the first LA punk rock and roll scene, Alice Handbag is a lot more than just another rock and roll & move diva. Handbag is a vocalist, songwriter, bandleader, writer, educator, and activist that has produced her tag on underground artwork and …

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Otto Waalkes

Among Germany’s most popular and influential comedians, Otto Waalkes hasn’t only recorded a lot of strike humor albums, starred in immensely successful films tailored to match his comic persona, written bestselling books, drawn popular comics, and gathered numerous honours — since he offers risen to popularity in the mid-’70s, he …

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JSD Band

Probably one of the most promising folk-rock rings from the early-1970s, The JSD Music group failed to surpass it is potential. Although these were once rated on a straight par with Fairport Convention, Pentangle and Steeleye Period, the group disbanded in July 1974, citing industrial pressures, musical variations, family responsibilities …

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Holsapple-Stamey

Through the early ’80s, guitarist/vocalist Chris Stamey and keyboardist/guitarist/vocalist Peter Holsapple led the dB’s, among the leading jangle-pop bands from the American pop underground. Stamey remaining the group in 1983, but Holsapple led the music group until its last recording, 1987’s The Audio of Music. Four years following the dB’s …

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PWRFL Power

Kazutaka Nomura went single beneath the name of PWRFL Power following a 2006 separation of Na, a trio which Nomura became an integral part of immediately after he found america from Japan at age 18. PWRFL Power stood in stark comparison to Na’s extra post-rock experimentation; supported with a lone …

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My Luminaries

Stadium-ready, London-based alternate rock outfit My Luminaries shaped in the middle-2000s throughout the talents of James Ewers, Sam Stopford, and Saul and Dylan Perryman. The group, which is experienced in soaring, anthemic indie rock and roll in the vein of Arcade Fireplace, Broken Records, as well as the Guillemots, released …

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My First Earthquake

My Initial Earthquake’s daring, synth-riddled indie pop, rooted in Mates of State’s angularity and Of Montreal’s multi-instrumental jumpiness, locations them in the same music territory as the Kills, the Noises, as well as the Blow. Vocalist Rebecca Bortman (previously of Snow Queen) and bassist/keyboardist Chad Thornton (who got previously performed …

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Das Racist

With an origin heading back with their time spent surviving in a “Students of Color for Social Justice”-themed dorm, Das Racist’s conference seems like destiny. While MCs Victor Vazquez and Himanshu Suri fulfilled years previously, 2008 will be the entire year that they might come towards the attention from the …

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Earles & Jensen

Attempting to show how the art from the prank telephone call isn’t dead regardless of the top initiatives of its most well-known practitioners, comedy writers Andrew Earles and Jeff Jensen possess converted their hobby of complicated people over the telephone into a documenting career using the discharge of their record …

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