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Thee Oh Sees

John Dwyer (of Coachwhips, Pink and Brown, Landed, Yikes, Burmese, The Hospitals, Sword & Sandals, Superpit, The Drums, The Trawgs, Zeigenbock Kopf and Dig That Body Up It's Alive!) is in Thee Oh Sees and he seems to be making this band the most serious project. He's done everything from noise to death metal to punk and now this.
Thee Oh Sees are no doubt the lightest of his excursions, but it also shows what may be his very essence. It's obvious that he loves music and wants to experience it all, touch every aspect, and give it all a go.

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The Just Joans

classic story telling from Lanarkshire, documenting the life of yer average Everyjoe, from empty houses, the uni bar, chatting up girls and weekend adventures. fscking brilliant stuff!

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Candythief

Candythief grew up bumping along pothole filled roads in south east Spanish sierra being forced to listen to her mum's Dolly Parton cassettes and her dad's medieval madrigals and Mozart in the back of the car. Cultural activity was somewhat limited to being bribed with donuts to going to Flamenco dance classes and listening to dogs barking in the heat of the evening. Still, she acquired a random and limited selection of cassettes which she would listen to again and again.

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The Long Count

The Long Count began in late 2009, drawing initial inspiration from the likes of SiKth, Misery Signals and Born Of Osiris, creating an intricate, technical, and a definitely unique style. In early 2010 we released our first album “A World’s Collapse”, and are set to complete a 2nd within the year. Since then we’ve played with Deaf Havana, Young Guns, The Casino Brawl, Surfaces, Heart of a Coward, Visions, Heart In Hand, The More I See, amongst many others.

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Bright Lights

Bright Lights are an indie-pop band from New Zealand. Previously known as Scenic Drive, they have released an EP entitled Warm It Up and played several shows, including Parachute '09.

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Chris Smith

chris smith is a genuine heartfelt vagabond from the southern places below melbourne town. he gave up his ghost for an electric guitar and has continued to manifest apparitions and spirits into this world through the circuitry of that darn piece of art since exiting the 'Golden Lifestyle Band' back sometime in the forgotten nineties. part uneasy silence/part heart breaking noise chris has found a zone rarely inhabited by the vast mountains of guitarrorists wandering the open plains these days. catch his beautiful webs are melbourne town.

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Misterlee

Misterlee is an almost uncategorizable 2 piece act from Leicestershire, England, that blends alternative rock and lo-fi pop - amongst other perculiarities, to create a truly unique sound. 'FolkItUp' - Chicago's Alt-folk-zine wrote: "There is no true label or definition that one could apply to Misterlee, it stands up not only as its own sound, but provokes emotion in a way that most music can't these days"

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Violent Vickie

Violent Vickie is a multi-media electro-punk band from San Francisco, CA. Inspired by female electronic bands like Le Tigre, Tracy and the Plastics, Miss Kittin, Adult., and Chicks on Speed, she started writing songs in 2003, recording drum machines, keyboards, samplers, guitars, vocals, and other random instruments onto a four track in her parent's suburban home in Southern California. Her lyrics often question society, addressing female stereotypes, TV, addiction, and religion.

Read more about Violent Vickie on Last.fm.

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