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Bing & Ruth

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Bing & Ruth is a minimal, ambient music group led by pianist David Moore. Moore was inspired by his work at The New School for Jazz in New York City. Bing & Ruth was a product of this inspiration. An ensemble of eleven different members created Bing & Ruths first album, City Lake. After signing with record label 4AD, the... read full bio

Horse Feathers

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Formed in Portland, Oregon, the American indie folk rock band Horse Feathers has been bringing quality music to audiences since its formation. Singer/songwriter Justin Ringle moved to Portland and began playing acoustic music in various open mics. Peter Broderick heard a couple of Ringle's demos and was immediately drawn towards him. Peter tracked down Ringle through the interent and helped... read full bio

Joe Pug

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Joe Pug is an American singer/songwriter from Chicago, Illinois. He attended the University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill as an undergraduate. He studied playwriting, but left the University the day before the start of his senior year to begin his musical career. He hit the road, and not long after, found himself in Chicago to which he decided... read full bio

Alexandra Savior

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Alexandra Savior is a singer-songwriter from Portland, Oregon. The artist got her start signing a recording contract with Columbia Records. Her musical influences include Otis Redding, Amy Winehouse, Jack White, and Adele. Upon hearing Saviors rendition of Big Jet Plane Courtney Love commented, This girl is going to be huge. Her first demo was featured on the soundtrack of True... read full bio

F?mina

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Fmina is a rap fusion group made up of three women from San Martin de los Andes. Their music is a combination of traditional Latin beats and melodies, folk vocals, and funky rap. Fmina represents diverse regions, wanting to deliver a global music sound. They released their first album Deshice de mi independently, and their second album Traspasa was released... read full bio

Half Waif

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Influenced by a numerous amount of eclectic artists, Nandi Rose Plunkett or Half Waif, delivers a rich collage of sound to every listener. Taking direction from popular artists such as Joni Mitchell, Celtic singer Loreena McKennitt, and her Indian bhajan roots, Half Waif created her own form of music. Half Waif has released two EPs and two albums, one of... read full bio

The Dunwells

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From Leeds, Yorkshire, the British folk rock band, The Dunwells, bring a sense of familiarity, yet timeless sound, to their songs. Consisting of two brothers and two cousins, the five piece band create a memorable experience. The Dunwells consists of Joseph Dunwell on vocals and guitar; David Dunwell on vocals, guitars, piano, and banjo; Jonny Lamb on vocals and... read full bio

Jonathan Richman

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Jonathan Richman was born May 15th 1951 to a Jewish family in Natick, Massachusetts. He began playing music and writing his own songs in the mid-1960s. In 1969 he moved to New York City, where he spent time living on the couch of The Velvet Undergrounds manager and working odd jobs while trying to break in as a professional musician.... read full bio

Nine Days

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This American alternative rock band named because of their short amount of time to record their first album. Two talented songwriters Brian Desveaux and John Hampson formed Nine Days. The two performed in many local bands together in New York. They were able to release three independent albums in the early 90s. They gained most of their recognition for... read full bio

Joules Graves

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Raw, beautiful, and wildJoules Graves music is vibrant and deep, with a natural folk wisdom. She uses drums, guitar and sometimes just her voice. She was born in Missouri, and eventually came to live in Washington. This is where Joules Graves developed her own voice, and taught herself to play guitar, living in a cabin out in the woods. She... read full bio

POWERS

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Intimate can be loud. Rambunctious can be endearing. Heartfelt can be lighthearted. POWERS introduced themselves to the world on that premise. And it listened. Their rompin bursting single, Beat of My Drum" shot up to the top of the Hype Machine popular page instantaneously after its summer release, and found itself on top of Spotify's viral charts and iTunes Emerging... read full bio

Michael Hearne

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Michael Hearne is an acoustic musical guitar genius. Michael has been playing music since the 1970s in Dallas, Texas. His musical talent was very apparent as a young kid, and by the age of seven Michael was able to get his hands on a guitar. By the age of 12, Michael was playing regular gigs at parties and local homespun... read full bio

Mike Ness

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Mike Ness was the lead-singer and guitarist for the punk rock band, Social Distortion. The band was formed in 1978 and was heavily inspired by The Sex Pistols. They released their first album Mainliner/Playpen 7 with Posh Boy Records. In 1989, the band signed another deal with Epic Records and released another three albums. After 18 years performing with the... read full bio



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