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  1. Throw Me the Statue is a indie pop band which formed in Seattle, Washington, United States in 2005. The band consists of singer/songwriter Scott…

  2. Oh No Oh My formed in Austin, Texas USA, in the fall of 2004 by recording a series of demo songs. Led by the success of these demos, including a…

  3. (2004 - 2008)

    Page France were an indie folk-pop music band. Their music tends to be emotional and their songs tend to have simple melodies. Page…

  4. Harlem Shakes, from Brooklyn, NY as we know it was born in 2006, after an earlier incarnation of the band went to college and went nuts. Lexy…

  5. The Little Ones are comprised of Ian Moreno, Edward Nolan Reyes, Brian Reyes, Lee Ladouceur, and Greg Meyer. Coming together in Los Angeles,…

  6. In early 1996, the world was seemingly reconciling some of its evolutionary hang-ups. Gary Kasparov defeated Deep Blue in one of the most epic…

  7. The Boy Least Likely To are an English indie pop/folk duo, comprised of composer/multi-instrumentalist Pete Hobbs and lyricist/singer Jof Owen.…

  8. Mates of State are an American indie rock duo, who have been active since 1997 when they formed in Lawrence, Kansas, United States. The group is…

  9. Headlights were an indie rock band from Champaign, IL, formed in 2004-2010. The band was formed following the dissolution of Absinthe Blind, when…

  10. The Sheila Divine were originally a Boston based rock group whose activities have been intermittent since 2003. Critics have compared their sound…

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