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Dirt Farmer

There are at least two bands who perform under the name Dirt Farmer (1)Dirt Farmer is a rock band based out of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
Roll up your swag. Dust off your denim. Burn your banjos and start a rock and roll band. That’s what Dirt Farmer have done. Hailing from Albury-Wodonga, the five-piece band have relocated to Melbourne. Formed in April 2010, brothers Stuart and Thomas Barlow, with friends Chris Wright, Nic Duplex and Patch Oram, met in high school and united over musical tastes.

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Yowie

Yowie, a dual-guitar and drums trio from St. Louis, have been stunning audiences with their incomparable barrage of sonic kung fu. They accelerate the progressive-rock rhythmic sensibilities of Ruins and Magma and mutate them with the shrieker side of Big Black and Slayer. The band incorporates many variations in time signature, tempo, and tuning, to create a virtual audio maze, but no matter how complex things get, their compositions remain cohesive and compelling. After releasing their debut album Cryptooology on Skin Graft, they lost a guitarist.

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Dicepeople

Dicepeople is a musical project created by Matt Brock. Dicepeople was originally set up in London, UK in the mid-90s as an side project when Brock was more heavily involved with acts Noise Union and Replikator. In 2008, however, Brock transformed Dicepeople into his primary musical project and, with it, aimed to go beyond pure music. The tagline for Dicepeople is 'dark for the body and mind' because Brock's aim is to create music that combines driving beats with evocative and emotionally engaging harmonies and melodies.

Read more about Dicepeople on Last.fm.

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Junior Murvin

Junior Murvin (born Murvin Smith Jr. in Port Antonio, circa 1949) is a Jamaican reggae artist. He is best known for the classic single "Police and Thieves", produced by Lee "Scratch" Perry in 1976. Murvin's soaring voice and the infectious rhythm made "Police and Thieves" into an international hit during the summer of 1976. The song was so influential that it was recorded by the punk rock pioneers The Clash on their debut album the following year.

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Sebastopol

There are at least two artists with the name Sebastopol. 1. An English alternative rock group (active 2011 to present) 2. A Spanish indie band (active 2004 to present).
1. Sebastopol is an English three piece alternative rock band formed in 2011 by Nick Powell (vocals and bass guitar), Phil Richards (guitar) and Tom Standage (drums and percussion). The band

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Mother Eel

Mother Eel is a metal five piece, that was a four piece, and that formed, firstly, as a three piece in 2003 in the Cold, Dark and Evil, Blue Mountains Australia. The sound has been described as one being gang raped by clowns on smack. They have been well received by audiences with mixed musical tastes, and are praised and otherwise for their crushingly oppressive live performances. Mother Eel are, in a way, attached to Grindhead Records.

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Intohimo

Intohimo (Finnish, meaning "passion") is a 5-headed post-hardcore band (after the departure of their 6th member and second vocalist Love Hempel in early August of 2007) from the southern parts of Sweden.
The band played shows around the greater part of southern Sweden last year and are always looking for new ways to get out and play for the masses. Intohimo is
Johan Lindblom - Vocals 2004-
Joakim Bergquist - Guitar 2004-
Albin Blomqvist (ex Her Bright Skies) - Guitar 2009-
Christofer Aronsson - Bass 2012-

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