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Unnatural Helpers

Unnatural Helpers began as a music group of employees who worked in-house at Seattle’s iconic Sub Pop label. At its inception, the music group highlighted Matt Olsen, Sean Kelly, Jed Maheu, and Dean Whitmore. As the group advanced, it experienced a near continuous rotation of lineups, and by enough time …

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Foxtail Somersault

Area of the loosely defined band of contemporary indie rock rings heavily influenced by first-generation shoegazers want My Bloody Valentine, the Jesus and Mary String, the Cocteau Twins, and Slowdive (see also Ringo Deathstarr and Asobi Seksu, amongst others), San Francisco’s Foxtail Somersault audio uncannily just like the sort of …

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Johnny Marr & the Healers

For the very first time in the 13 years following the Smiths called it quits, Johnny Marr announced that he previously formed his own band aptly titled Johnny Marr’s Healers. It had been certainly a welcomed proclamation such as those 13 years Marr was mainly an exaggerated sideman (just as …

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The Loves

The Loves certainly are a Welsh indie pop group whose slinky, gritty, right-at-home-in-the-garage-style indie pop tunes provide a nod to 1960s-era rings just like the Velvet Underground as well as the Rolling Rocks, not forgetting newer acts like Helen Like, the Aislers Place, and Sunday Looks Good if you ask …

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Yves Jamait

French pop iconoclast Yves Jamait was created and raised in Dijon. As a teenager at summer season camp, he found out the music of protest vocalist Maxime le Forestier and started writing his personal songs, later on co-founding the group L’Adam de Sagesse. Jamait’s music profession however foundered, and upon …

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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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Lavender Country

While Lavender Nation were small known beyond your Pacific Northwest in support of released one self-distributed album, within their period they created an authentic cultural milestone — the first assortment of openly gay-themed nation songs. Lavender Nation had been the brainchild of Patrick Haggerty, who was simply born and elevated …

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Jeff Grace

A multi-talented designer who functions as a performer and behind the moments, Jeff Elegance had established himself as an acting professional, writer, maker, and movie director before he released his first album like a standup comic. Jeff Elegance was raised in Basking Ridge, NJ. He graduated from Morristown-Beard SENIOR HIGH …

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Karma County

Karma Region was a music group before their period. In the middle-’90s, Australia was still in thrall to American alternate rock as well as the rings who aped them, like Silverchair as well as the Superjesus. About a decade afterwards, when the John Butler Trio became with the capacity of …

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Sergio Contreras

Sergio Contreras was zero stranger to Spanish pop viewers when “Llena de Luz con de Sal” to enter the market in 2005. Contreras was a longtime music business veteran by enough time he thought we would concentrate on songwriting and overall performance, having worked for a long time like a …

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