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Jamestown Revival is a Los Angeles-based indie rock outfit that weaves Southern flavors into its distinctive brand of Americana. Originally formed in Austin, Texas the duo is composed of Jonathan Clay and Zach Chance, two artists who describe their sound as back-porch folk rock. Jamestown Revival dropped its debut record, The California EP, in 2013.
Flosstradamus is a Chicago-based electronic duo that was formed in 2005 and specializes in making dance-friendly tracks with intensive synth arrangements and meaty bass beats. The group has received a large amount of attention within the electronic music scene and has managed to build a reputation for itself as a must-see live act for connoisseurs of electronic music. Even though the duo's music is extremely easy to dance to and, therefore, subject to a good deal of criticsm from electronic music snobs, Flosstradamus manages to interject a lot of adept production quirks and skillful sample splices.
Los Angeles-based, Atlanta-bred band Mansions of the Moon have built their following through some choice collaborations with hip, of-the-moment producers. Working in the studio with folks like Pharrell Williams of N.E.R.D. and The Neptunes fame, the group creates hip-hop influenced, 1980s style synth-pop for a 21st century audience interested in a wide array of genres. Distinctly pop in nature, Mansions of the Moon write danceable, catchy songs that have quickly spread to the indie pop mainstream. The group's first-ever mixtape "Paradise Falls" was presented by ultra-hip DJs Diplo and Benzi.
The Green emerged out of Hawaii with a reggae sound infused with electro-hop, soul and pop. The bands's eponymous debut album featured its breakthrough single, "Love I", which earned significant radio play and sat comfortably on top of reggae charts for a record breaking 69 weeks. Bringing reggae in to the electronica realm of music, The Green has established itself as one of Hawaii's most promising local bands with its new wave reggae/trip-hop style.
By the time he decided to leave The Smiths and his turbulent but prolific songwriting partnership with Morrissey behind in 1987, Johnny Marr had solidified himself as one of the era's more influential guitarists, particularly on the britpop genre that followed in the 1990s. After spending some time as a member of The Pretenders, The The and Electronic as well as laying down substantial time as a sought after session guitarist, he formed Johnny Marr and the Healers in 2000. With his new band, he released Boomsland, in 2003 and went on to release work as part of Modest Mouse, The Cribs and 7 Worlds Collide throughout the 2000s. Marr finally released his own solo album, The Messenger, in 2013 but is still remembered today as the iconic guitarist and Morissey's partner from The Smiths.