Beth Hirsch

Plucking in to the sweet melodies of Canadian songstress Sarah McLachlan and ripping in to the raw emotion of Joni Mitchell, singer/songwriter Beth Hirsch is definitely another strong female designer ready to join the bandwagon of most things Lilith. Mixing simplistic classical guitar and passionate vocalic beauty, Hirsch can frolic …

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The Everyothers

Elevated on Tony Visconti-era David Bowie (as an adolescent, drummer John Melville was actually inside a Detroit strap that experienced four tracks made by Mick Ronson) in addition to Iggy Pop and Lou Reed, the Everyothers blend their affects into decidedly contemporary rock and roll music that simply happens to …

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Aztec Camera

Aztec Camera was the brainchild of Roddy Body, a Scottish songwriter and vocalist whose precocious skill — he was even now in his young adults when the music group trim their acclaimed debut album, High Property, Hard Rainfall — received the music group a devoted cult subsequent. With Frame’s knack …

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Big Boys

Appearing out of the then-overlooked Austin, TX, punk scene of the first ’80s, the best Boys mixed two irresistible rock and roll designs into one feverish blend: raging, speedy guitars and body fat, funky backbeats. And even though they continued to produce a few so-so recordings, hardly ever really living …

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Boards of Canada

Planks of Canada will be the duo of Michael Sandison (given birth to June 1, 1970) and Marcus Eoin (given birth to July 21, 1971). In line with the north coastline of Scotland, the group got its start acclaimed experimental electronica label Skam in 1996 after documenting an obscene amount …

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Aziz Ibrahim

Aziz Ibrahim may forever be referred to as the man who also took what Noel Gallagher called “the hardest work on the planet”: updating John Squire within the Rock Roses. Ibrahim grew up by Pakistani immigrants in Manchester, Britain, and showed an all natural musical capability young. His 1st professional …

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Azimuth

A trio that comprises British vocalist Norma Winstone, her hubby, pianist John Taylor, and trumpeter Kenny Wheeler. Winstone produced this trio in the past due ’70s after playing at Ronnie Scott’s membership in Britain with Taylor. She actually is among England’s most revered performers, and a genuine vocal improviser. Penning …

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Big Boy Henry

Given birth to Richard Henry, this NEW YORK country blues musician liked a unique specific niche market in his later on life being a folk festival and membership performer, getting great satisfaction to blues enthusiasts in an interval when many older performers within this genre were loss of life. He …

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Bo Ramsey

Influenced by Sunlight Records rockabilly as well as the Chess label’s blues stars from the 1950s, singer/songwriter Bo Ramsey honed his create during the period of 2 decades spent carrying out within the farm and factory towns of his indigenous Eastern Iowa, finally bringing in widespread notice starting for Lucinda …

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Mick “Woody” Woodmansey

Following a demise from the David Bowie’s former support strap the Spiders From Mars, Woodmansey created his have unit U-Boat, prefixed along with his have moniker. The short-lived music group comprised Phil Murray (vocals), Frankie Marshall (keyboards), MacKintyre Duncan (electric guitar/vocals), ‘Woody’ Woodmansey (drums) and Phil Seed (bass). The effect …

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