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Republic of Loose

The band is comprised of Mick Pyro (vocals), Brez (guitar), Dave Pyro (guitar), Benjamin Loose (bass), Andres (drums), and Deco (keyboards). Republic of Loose are a Dublin-based band who have broken the seal of the usual run-of-the-mill Irish singer/songwriter act.

Blasting onto the the music scene through the help of Phantom FM with "Hold Up!," The Loose gained the foundation of a firm fanbase. With the gospel-like vocals and back-to-basics funk, the lads sell out venues such as The Ambassador, The Village, and The Stables.

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One Eyed Jacks

There are, at least, five bands named One Eyed Jacks: 1) A English melodic post-rock / indie rock band (founded 2009). 2) An Illinois rock band (aka The One Eyed Jacks), which released Die Today (active 1967 to 1969). 3) A dance band (active 1999 to 2004). 4) A band from Germany, that released Falling (1991). 5) A Texas rock band. 1) An enigma of beautiful contradiction and discordant harmony. OEJ are part of a new wave of London bands in search of something most transcendental and visceral.

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Terrible Things

Terrible Things is Fred Mascherino (vocals,guitar), Aaron Van Allen (bass, backing vocals), and Steve Curtiss (drums). Nearly two years after releasing their self-titled debut, TERRIBLE THINGS returns as a three piece with two new faces. After a lot of thinking during his brief hiatus, Fred called on his sidekick Steve Curtiss from his previous band The Color Fred to replace Eppard.

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Engineers

Engineers are not like any other band. Onstage Simon Phipps is the singer, Dan Macbean is the guitarist, Mark Peters is the bassist and Sweeney is the drummer, but the real clue is in their name: they approach their music like engineers, carefully constructing wonderful walls of sound. Following the rapturous reception that greeted their mini-album Folly in 2004 and debut Engineers the following year, it’s taken them a long time to build the epic that is Three Fact Fader.

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The Wednesday Club

The Wednesday Club (A.J. Miller, Max Broady, John Perry and Jack Rutter) began as a bedroom based recording project in 2004, expanding in 2007 to a full band. Incorporating Influences such as Guided By Voices, Neutral Milk Hotel and The Clean. They make left-field Indie Pop with the emphasis on Hooks. Have only ever written one chorus. Other bands they are involved in include: The Manhattan Love Suicides, Staerimto, Exit Flagger, The Medusa Snare, The Stay At Homes, Wallaby Willington, Art Fuck & Death Shit and The What I Wanted To Do's.

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