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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

Alice In Chains

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In many ways, Alice in Chains was the definitive heavy metal band of the early '90s, known for their unique vocal style. Drawing equally from the heavy riffing of post-Van Halen metal and the gloomy strains of post-punk, the band developed a bleak, nihilistic sound that balanced grinding hard rock with subtly textured acoustic numbers. They are hard enough for... read full bio

Alice Merton

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Alice Merton is a singer based in Germany. Her first EP, No Roots, reached number two on German charts and number one on French charts. Mertons songs are fueled by her wanderlust, she has moved a total of 11 times, which inspired the title for her first album, No Roots. She teamed up with Paul Grauwinkel, her manager, and started... read full bio

Alien Ant Farm

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Alien Ant Farm formed in 1996 in Riverside, CA when four friends (Dryden Mitchell, Terry Corso, Tye Zamora and Mike Cosgrove) who were then involved in other bands decided to get together and strike out on their own. After three years of hard work on the California club circuit they released a self - produced debut album, Greatest Hits, which... read full bio

Aliocha

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Aliocha is a musician from Paris. He spends his time traveling between Paris, Montreal, and Los Angeles, shaping his music with the sounds of the cities. In order to find his own style, Aliocha has worked with producers like Samy Osta. He combines his vocals with the sounds of Volodia Schneiders drums, Christian Seans multi-instrumentalist talents, and Tom Tartarins bass.... read full bio

Alison Sudol

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A Fine Frenzy was the musical moniker for alternative singer-songwriter Alison Sudol; she now performs under her real name. Since the release of her debut album One Cell in the Sea she has been praised for her illustrious contributions to piano-driven pop music. Her tracks have charted in the US, Austria, Germany, Switzerland, Poland, and France and shes sold well... read full bio

Alkaline Trio

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From the opening seconds of the title track of Alkaline Trio's seventh studio album This Addiction, it appears the Chicago-bred threesome may have found the place its entire career has been leading. While the album's opener blazes at a tempo reminiscent of the band's 1998 debut Goddamnit and features a signature Matt Skiba lyric of fatal co-dependency, the whole affair... read full bio

All Time Low

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All Time Low has emerged as one of the most popular new bands in recent memory, beloved by an increasingly fervent fan following for their fast-paced and fizzy brand of pop-punk. The Maryland-based band has exceeded all expectations with a collection of effervescent songs, marked by unstoppable hookiness and a knack for exploration and invention. Where other bands might have... read full bio

All-American Rejects

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The duo that is known as The All-American Rejects is Tyson Ritter (vocals, bass) and Nick Wheeler (guitars, drums, keyboards, & programming). The band released their first independent album in the spring of 2000 securing spins on Oklahoma radio creating a massive local fan base. The songs compiling the album attracted opportunities for the duo such as mass local radio... read full bio

Allison Crowe

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Allison Crowe is a Canadian singer and songwriter who began performing professionally at the age of 15. She ruled the coffee house and bar scene on Vancouver Island. Her childhood influences include jazz, classical, and rock and she is credited for her distinct voice and performance ability. Largely a solo performer, Crowe performs with her guitar and a piano -... read full bio

Almand

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Campus DJ rates Almand the number three College DJ in the United States. Almands music is infectious, and every performance is filled with playfulness and light. His personality shines through every beat, displaying Almands serious dedication to his craft. He is best known for his remixes, but has recently released original tracks, positioning himself for the name of well-rounded producer... read full bio

AlunaGeorge

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AlunaGeorge is a duo of English electronic musicians from London. They are Aluna Francis and George Reid. They have been shortlisted for the 2013 BRIT Award of Critics' Choice and have also been nominated for the Sound of 2013 poll which they finished second place in. Some of their hit singles include Your Drums, Your Love", "You Know You Like... read full bio

Amanda Palmer

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Amanda Palmer, singer-songwriter-blogger-provocateur, commands attention. She is known for pushing the boundaries, both in her art and her lifestyle. She caught the attention of international media when she raised nearly $1.2 million through Kickstarter from almost 25,000 fans who pre-ordered her new album, Theatre Is Evil. This album went on to emerge in the Billboard Top 10 and has been... read full bio

Amber Run

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Amber Run is a band from Britain comprised of four talented individuals. Tyler Evans, Joshua Keogh, Tom Sperring, and Henry Wyleth. Amber Run is a indie rock band. They met in school where they were all studying for degrees in Humanities and Law, but during their second year they quit to put their focus on their band. They have released... read full bio

Amnesia Scanner

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Amnesia Scanner is an electronic music duo from Berlin. Their sounds are exciting, but have been described as uncomfortable by Pitchfork Magazine. Amnesia Scanner began as a mysterious European producer, but is now a popular act. They call themselves Xperienz Designers, as they create unique experiences for their audiences around the world. The group is affiliated with Berlins Janus Collective,... read full bio

Amy Ray

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Many artists, musical and otherwise, use their craft to provide a visible platform for the issues they believe in. Their activism becomes interwoven with their art. The Indigo Girls have long been known for voicing their political and social views in song. Amy Ray teamed up with Emily Saliers while in high school forming the Indigo Girls. With an... read full bio

Anamanaguchi

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The birth of Anamanaguchi must have taken place in the middle of mankind's greatest sugar high. Oh, there could have been 'shrooms there too, but we're betting that it had more to do with loads and loads of pure cane sugar, swallowed in liquid, cubed, granulated or processed form, in copious amounts. It was Jolt soda, cake, ice cream, candy... read full bio

Anders Osborne

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Oftentimes the most true portraits of America have been rendered by those who have come from outside its borders, yet somehow seem to understand and inhabit our culture more than those of us who have lived here all our lives. Consider the Band, which several decades ago became the archetypal American outfit despite being four-fifths Canadian. Swedish native and current... read full bio

Andrea Gibson

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Andrea Gibson is an award-winning spoken word poet and activist. Her poetry focuses on social issues such as gender, politics, and other reform. Gibson is a four-time Denver Grand Slam Champion, fourth place finisher at the National Poetry Slam, and third place finisher at the Individual World Poetry Slam. She has published six books and draws influence from Sonya Renee,... read full bio



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