Kings Verses

Kings Verses started rock’n’roll existence like a Fresno, California combo who also had won the neighborhood battle from the rings and were searching for bigger pastures, pastures where they might play their very own music. They made a decision to move to LA and, for a short moment, had been …

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La Onda Vaselina

Created in 1989, the Mexican pop group La Onda Vaselina included members Kalimba Marichal Ibar, Mariana Ochoa, Lidia Avila, Erika Zaba, Ari Borovoy, M’Balia Marichal, and Oscar Shwebel.

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The Monochrome Set

Once the British art college punk band the B-Sides transformed their name and direction to be Adam & the Ants, guitarist/vocalist Bid and guitarist Lester Sq . opted out to create their very own group, the Monochrome Arranged. Founded in London in 1978, the music group (also composed of ex-Gloria …

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Orlando Julius

Few artists have already been more essential to the invention, development, and popularization of Afro-pop than Orlando Julius. Beginning within the ’60s, Julius was fusing traditional African noises and rhythms with those of American pop, spirit, and R&B. Apart from carrying out and documenting in his indigenous Nigeria, he spent …

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Mike Appel

Mike Appel was Bruce Springsteen’s initial manager and manufacturer, and is most likely most remembered for his component in a agreement dispute that kept Springsteen from saving for a long time after Born to perform had made the singer a superstar. Mainly because of this, and also for a few …

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The Neighborhoods

Led by singer and guitarist David Minehan, the Neighborhoods had been a Boston-based rock-band whose sound and approach discovered them surviving in many camps simultaneously, fusing the tuneful approach of the power pop group, the rebellious attitude of the punk band, as well as the big sound and swagger of …

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The Only Ones

Led with the raffish and slightly scuzzy romance-obsessed Peter Perrett, the only real Ones were among the punk era’s most underrated rings. Much less confrontational because the Sex Pistols, simply because politically indulgent because the Clash, or simply because stripped-down because the Ramones, the only real Ones performed not-so-fast guitar …

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Tedi Papavrami

Albanian-born, Geneva-based violinist Tedi Papavrami hasn’t only fashioned a significant international career over the concert stage, but has already established success as an actor, notably in France. Having said that, his focus continues to be on music, both being a performer and instructor. Papavrami provides concertized across European countries, Israel, …

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Original Rockers

Midlands, UK-based dance clothing, led by DJ Dick (b. Richard Whittingham) and musician Glynn Bush, who’ve been set alongside the On-U Audio troupe via their ambient dub/deep trance methods. They produced their debut in Feb 1992 with an individual, ‘Breathless’, focused on DJ Dick’s golf club of the same name. …

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Original Flavor

Among rap’s middle college crews headed by Skiing, an MC/manufacturer, First Taste dropped their inauspicious debut THIS IS ONE WAY IT REALLY IS in 1992. Although Skiing worked with renowned NY DJ Clark Kent for the task, the record fizzled unceremoniously. Because of their follow-up, producer-in-training Skiing enlisted aid from …

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