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  • The Ladells
  • The Ladells

    Forget the hammer: The Ladells are hitting listeners' ears with Vamp
      When your band's frontman is known for a level of onstage chaos that can involve what some might label "antics"—perhaps most famously, running into startled audiences while swinging a hammer—your reputation can precede you.
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  • Triggers & Slips
  • Triggers & Slips

    Triggers & Slips ride the rails between music's past and present
      Two contrasting eras meet in the music video for "Modern Age," a track from Triggers & Slips' new sophomore album.
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  • Folk Hogan
  • Folk Hogan

    Folk Hogan tells the dark story of a fantastical circus in The Show
      "Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls of all stages/ I'm presenting a show that was built through the ages/ Through all of the pain, the fear and the screams/ I've collected this assortment of unusual things."
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  • Yonatan Gat
  • Yonatan Gat

    Yonatan Gat's wanderlust-fueled music is inspired by the present moment
      Yonatan Gat's days in Israeli garage-rock band Monotonix were numbered from the beginning. When a band makes a habit of performing live shows that are so off-the-hook chaotic that they're actually dangerous ...
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  • Father Murphy
  • Father Murphy

    Father Murphy uses religious symbols to tell archetypal tales of enlightenment
      Born in Italy and raised Catholic (he even almost became a priest), Freddie Murphy of Italian occult-psychedelic/noise duo Father Murphy has deeply rooted memories of the music he experienced in church.
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  • Moon Honey
  • Moon Honey

    Moving to Los Angeles breathes new creative life into Moon Honey
      Calling from her hometown of Baton Rouge, La., Moon Honey vocalist/songwriter Jessica Ramsey remarks that after living on the West Coast for the past six months or so, she'd temporarily forgotten about the South's ever-present humidity.
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