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The Miracle Workers were a rock and roll band in the 1980s, who began as a garage rock revival band in Portland, Oregon.

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The Nazz was an American rock band formed in Philadelphia in 1967. The group was founded by guitarist and principal songwriter Todd Rundgren and bassist Carson Van Osten.[3] Drummer Thom Mooney and vocalist/keyboardist Robert "Stewkey" Antoni joined soon after. The group's first major concert had them opening for the Doors in 1967. The group is best known for their debut single, "Open My Eyes" backed with "Hello It's Me". Their name was derived from the Yardbirds' song "The Nazz Are Blue". Between 1968 and 1971, the Nazz released three albums (Nazz, Nazz Nazz, and Nazz III). Following the group's disbandment in 1969, Rundgren pursued a solo career, and in 1972, recorded a new version of "Hello It's Me" that reached number 5 on the U.S. charts.

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Daniel Fredrick Sartain (August 13, 1981 – March 20, 2021) was an American musician.His music encompasses a variety of genres, including rockabilly, punk rock and the blues.

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Girl Trouble is a garage rock band formed in 1983, composed of three musicians from Tacoma, Washington and one from Spokane, Washington.

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Nirvana were the band who told the world how unhappy it's children were

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Set in Lausanne & Brussels, MW is the musical project of Christian Garcia-Gaucher, guitarist-composer of Velma and Valérie Niederoest (Toboggan/Wild Guys), with Jérémie Conne (Toboggan/Rosqo). A trio, focusing on vocal harmonies, guitar dialogues, repetition, and heady rhythms, MW develops great organic strength live. The musicians get in direct contact with the audience and provoke a trance.

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Behind Hyperculte lie Simone Aubert (Massicot) and Vincent Bertholet (Orchestre Tout Puissant Marcel Duchamp). The former whacks her drums with pinpoint precision while the latter tames his double bass, making it thrum in a continuous loop. Together, they hum repetitive and inspired litanies. The result is a hypnotic ball of fire that is contemplative and extraordinarily powerful.

Hyperculte brush with the side of their fists the urgency and audacity of Liquid Liquid, the experimentations of Arthur Russell, the unabashed impetuosity of Neu! and Can, the delirious pop music of Areski and that something ethereal and incantatory from the depths of the breeding grounds of existence.

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MASSICOT sounds as if it can barely keep its own energy under control. The songs are reduced to mere skeletons that burst with intensity. Listen their music at https://massicot.bandcamp.com/

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The Staches are four kids who have been making music together since they were even younger and dumber than they are now.

They are from Geneva, Switzerland, and for obvious reasons, they are now based in Leipzig, Germany.

Since they started pretending to be adults, they’ve been recording a lot and touring Europe as well as the USA. Resembling a hermaphroditic, four-hemisphered brain, The Staches compose together using their solid punk, post-punk and garage influences; they’re not afraid to pour in some prog rock or psych either.

Their lyrics are belted out in English, the riffs are bold and the beat incisive. A primitive impulse makes itself felt through their music, demanding to be heard.

LIsten their music at https://staches.bandcamp.com/

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Cyril Cyril repeats itself as a reflection would in infinite mirrors. A vagabond rumor, borrowed from age-old whispers, beyond Mounts Atlas and Ararat, to whoever is willing to hear the echo of thousands of places where melodies hummed by angels and drums are beaten continuously since the birth of mankind. With a banjo, a guitar, a melodeon, strange drums, multiple voices, and languages as their sole companions, Cyril Cyril cuts a groove from the soul and transcends, for a few tracks a time, the good manners of damned souls. The tandem, disguised as a ghost-like fanfare, rises like a phoenix on the dance floor...

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Leoni is a Musician, singer, producer, maybe. She lives and works in Bern, Switzerland.

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Founded 1984 in Berlin, Marquee Moon soon developed into one of the driving forces behind German gothic. The band’s name goes back to the title of the classic debut album of the NY band Television, as well as a line from a song of The Damned. They disbanded in 1997.

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Selofan were formed 2012 by Joanna and Dimitris in Athens. Today Selofan is numbered among the protagonists of the dark electronic music scene. Selofan’s sound and style possesses an extraordinary variety, while at the beginning they were stamped as a minimalsynth act, they soon developed their own audiovisual mix, combining different elements of electronic music, singing or storytelling in different languages and presenting themselves in such a theatrical way, that each live performance is emotionally overwhelming. Selofan have their own musical and aesthetical identity, underlined by their artwork and videos.

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Zounds are an English anarcho punk/post-punk band from Reading, Berkshire, England, formed in 1977. Originally they were part of the cassette culture movement, releasing material on the Fuck Off Records label, and were also involved in the squatting and free festival scene. The name of the band is derived from the old English minced oath "zounds", a contraction of "God's wounds", referring to the crucifixion wounds of Jesus Christ, formerly used as a mildly blasphemous oath.

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Martine-Elisabeth "Lizzy" Mercier Descloux (16 December 1956 – 20 April 2004) was a French musician, singer-songwriter, composer, actress, writer and painter.

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The Flowers (sometimes credited as Flowers), active from 1978–1980, were a post-punk band from Scotland, part of the Edinburgh scene which spawned bands such as Scars, Josef K and The Fire Engines. They are known for their feminist lyrics and "astringent" music.The band, and the musical scene of which they were a part, are profiled in the 2015 film Big Gold Dream.

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English post-punk band formed in 1978 by saxophonist Lora Logic after leaving X-Ray Spex. Initially with Lora on vocals, Phil Legg on guitar & vocals, William Bennett on guitar, Mark Turner on bass guitar, Rich Tea on drums & Dave Wright on saxophone. Jon Oliver or Ben Annesley later replaced Mark Turner on bass. The band split in 1981 and reformed in 2001.

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Declan Patrick McManus, OBE (born 25 August 1954),known professionally as Elvis Costello, is an English singer-songwriter. He has won multiple awards in his career, including Grammy Awards in 1999 and 2020,and has twice been nominated for the Brit Award for Best British Male Artist.In 2003, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. In 2004, Rolling Stone ranked Costello number 80 on its list of the 100 Greatest Artists of All Time. Costello began his career as part of London's pub rock scene in the early 1970s and later became associated with the first wave of the British punk and new wave movement that emerged in the mid-to-late 1970s. His critically acclaimed debut album My Aim Is True was released in 1977. Shortly after recording it, he formed the Attractions as his backing band. His second album This Year's Model was released in 1978, and was ranked number 11 by Rolling Stone on its list of the best albums from 1967 to 1987. His third album Armed Forces was released in 1979, and features his highest-charting single, "Oliver's Army" (number 2 in the UK). His first three albums all appeared on Rolling Stone's list of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time. Costello and the Attractions toured and recorded together for the better part of a decade, though differences between them caused a split by 1986. Much of Costello's work since has been as a solo artist, though reunions with members of the Attractions have been credited to the group over the years. Costello's lyrics employ a wide vocabulary and frequent wordplay. His music has drawn on many diverse genres; one critic described him as a "pop encyclopaedia", able to "reinvent the past in his own image".Since 2002, his touring band (featuring a rotating cast of musicians) has been known as The Imposters. Costello has co-written several original songs for films, including "God Give Me Strength" from Grace of My Heart (1996, with Burt Bacharach) and "The Scarlet Tide" from Cold Mountain (2003, with T-Bone Burnett). For the latter, Elvis was nominated (along with Burnett) for the Academy Award for Best Original Song and the Grammy Award for Best Song Written for Visual Media.

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