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Perfect 10: Female Fronted Indie Bands Of The ’90s

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Dubstar

Much like Saint Etienne, Dubstar rode the line between electronic dance music and Indie perfectly.

They had a more pop-influenced sound but lyrically they aspired to be much more.

Forming in Newcastle in 1992 as a two-piece they recruited lead singer Sarah Blackwood in 1993. This decision would elevate them to stardom and they had a number of hit singles including “Stars”, “Elevator Song” and “Not So Manic Now”.

They split up in 2000 but recently reformed, releasing a new album in 2018.

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