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Hayworth

Hayworth is 4 dudes from random spots in the small state of Rhode Island. They are characterized by frenetic fretwork, devestating breakdowns, eclectic music breaks and anguished vocals that shriek cleverly thought out and overtly sexual lyrics. They've released 3 EPs, and two full-length. This band has gained a fairly large following within the last 4 years of it's existence, and the numbers keep climbing.

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League

League came together in 2002 in Fredonia, New York. Motivated by the incessant and inevitable passage of time, they immediately committed themselves to the work of an independent band and have not looked back since. For the first year of their existence, they performed at every possible opportunity, determined to spread their music across upstate New York and western Pennsylvania.
That persistence paid off, as their infectiously energetic live shows soon earned them a loyal regional following. By the spring of 2003, League felt ready to expand their geographical reach.

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Cone

CONE was founded by the Dutch Hermann Blaupunkt, guitarplayer in Het Droste Effect, former guitar player for stoner rock outfit Lupu Negru and owner of Studio Casa Cassette. The guitar and other string instruments will always be important in CONE output. Freaky folk parts blend with field recordings suddenly ripped apart by a fuzzy guitarsolo or a subtle noise passage. Apart from the guitars, there’s toy instruments, voices, effect boxes, organs, field recordings from all over the globe and other stuff.

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Savoy Grand

Formed in 1997, around singer-songwriter Graham Langley, it was 1999 that (alongside other obscure acts such as Coldplay) NME named them as one of the best new bands to watch. Later that year they released the debut 7" single "The Moving Air" on Leicester's Pickled Egg label. This record received great press and narrowly missed being NME's single of the week, as the weather at the time was "too sunny".

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