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Clockwise from upper left: Seratones, Joan Shelley, Jordan Moser, Haybaby, (Sandy) Alex G Courtesy of the artists hide caption

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New Mix: Joan Shelley, Seratones, Haybaby And More

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Clockwise from upper left: Jesse Mac Cormack, Lee "Scratch" Perry, Cate Le Bon, The Comet Is Coming Courtesy of the artists hide caption

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New Mix: The Comet Is Coming, Radiator Hospital, Lee Perry, More

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Duster was one of hundreds of bands in the late 1990s who made music that was loved by a small audience, then disbanded and assumed its story was over. Then a new generation of fans discovered the band. Courtesy of Numero Group hide caption

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