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  4. Multi-instrumentalist Mitch Easter is best known as the producer of REM's "Murmur" album and releases from (among others) Velvet Crush,…

  5. Dumptruck, led by Seth Tiven and Kirk Swan, were college radio favourites in the mid 80s, contemporaries of bands like Miracle Legion, Game Theory…

  6. Even though their entire recorded output consists of two EP's and a compilation cut in the early '80's, Oh OK weren't your average band from…

  7. The Cavedogs (Todd Spahr, Mark Rivers and Brian Stevens) played their first gig as the Cavedogs at the Rat in Kenmore square some time in…

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  9. While working on the Air album in Paris in the winter of '99, Brian Reitzell and I, Roger Joseph Manning Jr. fantasized about putting together yet…

  10. Titanic Love Affair started in the late 80's by Jay Bennett. The band's 1991 Major Label debut came out on Charisma Records and got rave reviews…

  11. A worthy heir to The Beatles and Elvis Costello, Mike Viola blends catchy, creative tunes with clever, true to life lyrics and a hushed, desperate…

  12. San Francisco's Sneetches feature the classic pop songwriting talents of vocalist/guitarist Mike Levy and guitarist Matt Carges, plus the…

  13. Sex Clark Five is a prolific underground indie rock band that began in the early 1980s in Huntsville, Alabama. Calling their inventive sawed-off pop…

  14. Chris Stamey (born Christopher Charles Stamey on 6 December 1954 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina) is an American musician, singer, songwriter, and…

  15. Holly and the Italians were a short-lived American power-pop band that formed Los Angeles, California in 1978 by Chicago born singer and guitarist…

  16. A ramshackle collective of four musicians who all hated playing in bands, the Grays comprised ex-Jellyfish member Jason Falkner, Jon Brion, Buddy…

  17. Bram Tchaikovsky (born Peter Bramall on 10 November 1950 in Lincolnshire, England) is the lead singer and guitar player of an eponymous new wave /…

  18. There are at least 6 bands named Sneakers:

    1. A US Powerpop band active from 1973 to 1983
    2. A late 1970's US, North Carolina punk band
    3. A…

  19. The Nines is an indie Toronto/Oakville-based power pop band comprised of Steve Eggers, Paul McCulloch and Warren Cliff. Music critic Bud Scoppa of…

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