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Son of Dave

Boy of Dave makes music that fuses days gone by and today’s, as a guy in an antique suit using a harmonica shouts, stomps, and howls the blues but runs on the sampler to loop human being beatbox-style tempo patterns that provide his nation blues-influenced music the gritty groove of …

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Har Mar Superstar

To place it bluntly, Har Mar Superstar (aka Sean Tillmann) is really a balding, out-of-shape light man using a pencil-thin moustache who croons sex-laden R&B music while break dance. His concert events, sung towards the support of a little boom box, generally culminate in Har Mar stripping right down to …

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Girls Against Boys

Girls Against Kids’ dual-bass assault and Scott McCloud’s wheezy sing-speak vocals (similar to the Fall’s Tag E. Smith) produce a lively, if sometimes loud, sound that could most likely annoy listeners if it weren’t for the D.C. band’s great Fugazi-influenced tracks. Girls Against Kids’ 1989 debut recording, Tropic of Scorpio, …

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Young Idea

This UK duo featured Tony Cox (b. 10 November 1945, London, Britain) and Douglas Ugo Granville Allesandro MacRae-Brown (b. 17 Apr 1947, Florence, Italy). MacRae-Brown, a modern of Jonathan Ruler at Charterhouse Open public School, fulfilled Cox at college or university. The duo after that forged a songwriting collaboration and, …

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Titles

Game titles’ diverse, pop-based indie rock and roll took main in 2004, when guitarist Brad Amorosino still left his former rock-band in Connecticut and launched a single task. Drummer John Miller shortly climbed aboard, as well as the duo documented a self-titled debut with help from bassist Adrian truck de …

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The Bird and the Bee

Multi-instrumentalist Greg Kurstin and doe-eyed vocalist Inara George pull upon a fondness for jazz requirements and ’60s Tropicalia to provide the stylish shades from the Bird as well as the Bee. Both musicians were launched in 2004 by shared friend Mike Andrews, whom George experienced enlisted to create her single …

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Gil Evans

One of many arrangers in jazz background, Gil Evans’ 3 album-length collaborations with Mls Davis (Mls Ahead, Porgy and Bess, and Sketches of Spain) are considered classics. Evans got an extended and wide-ranging profession that sometimes went parallel towards the trumpeter. Like Davis, Gil became involved with utilizing electronics within …

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Hallelujah the Hills

Hallelujah the Hillsides arose through the ashes of Boston’s past due lamented the Stairways. When the Stairways collapsed by the end of 2005, business lead vocalist/songwriter Ryan Walsh and drummer Eric Meyer announced the forming of their new music group. Called after Adolphus Mekas’ 1963 cult humor, Hallelujah the Hillsides …

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The Trypes

Playing moody, psychedelic-influenced folk-rock with a unique instrumental pallete, the Trypes tend to be regarded as a aspect project from the Feelies, because of the involvement of several key element members of this band. Nevertheless, the Trypes had been a functioning device before Feelies market leaders Glenn Mercer and Expenses …

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Alex Turner

Alex Turner became among Europe’s most widely used frontmen in early 2006, once the 1st Arctic Monkeys recording became the fastest-selling U.K. record ever. Turner had shaped the indie rock-band several years previously, while going to Stocksbridge SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL with fellow music artists Andy Nicholson, Glyn Jones, and Matt …

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