Orange Juice

The leaders from the Scottish neo-pop uprising Orange Juice formed in Glasgow in past due 1976. Originally dubbed the Nu-Sonics, the group comprised vocalist/guitarist Edwyn Collins, guitarist Adam Kirk, bassist David McClymont, and drummer Steven Daly; following formation from the Postcard label by Collins protégé Alan Horne, the quartet renamed …

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Davidge

A manufacturer, composer, singer, and regular collaborator with Massive Strike, Neil Davidge was created in Bristol, Britain. After studying artwork in university, he released his music profession in the first ’90s, dealing with Nick Batt and Neal Slateford within the dance group DNA. Creation and remix work with famous brands …

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Thrillseekers

Thrillseekers (aka Steve Helstrip) began building music like many aspiring companies, via a house studio room. Originally, Helstrip was focusing on gaming music for the well-known gaming firm, when his debut 12″ was found and aggressively marketed by trance juggernaut DJ Paul Truck Dyk. After comprehensive studio function, Helstrip also …

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Little Man Tate

Inexplicably taking their name from a syrupy 1991 film in regards to a child prodigy starring Jodie Foster, Small Man Tate is really a scrappy indie rock-band from Sheffield, England. Like their Yorkshire compatriots the Arctic Monkeys, Small Man Tate provides a veddy veddy English take on acoustic guitar pop. …

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Mike & Rich

Two of experimental techno’s most revered numbers, Mike Paradinas (µ-Ziq) and Richard D. Wayne (Aphex Twin), became a member of forces through the mid-’90s for any one-off collaboration beneath the name Mike & Wealthy. Alternately described from the name Professional Knob Twiddlers or like a self-titled recording, the duo’s lone …

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Cass Fox

Influenced by Dolly Parton, Annie Lennox, and Tracy Chapman, Cass Fox 1st found prominence because the raw soulful tone of voice in back of Rui Da Silva’s massive chart-topping dance anthem “Touch Me.” Given birth to in North London in 1982, the only real daughter in a big Irish working-class …

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Ed Deane

b. Dublin, Eire. Deane is really a blues guitarist and vocalist who found prominence within the middle-60s. Although he customarily takes on a left-handed device, he is comfy playing the more prevalent right-handed version ugly and even, at times, within an orthodox way. The guitar is usually in no way …

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The Nightingales

After a group of low-key UK school bands, Robert Lloyd (b. 1959, Cannock, Staffordshire, Britain) produced the Prefects – among the first punk rings – who toured using the Clash. They split in 1979 and Lloyd put together the Nightingales utilizing the greatest of the music artists who had approved …

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4hero

Consistently on leading lines from the drum’n’bass battleground, the duo of Dego (McFarlane) and Marc Mac (Mark Clair) however failed to have the exposure of luminaries like Goldie and Roni Size, mainly simply because they didn’t release very much 4hero material during jungle’s crucial crossover years, from 1994 through 1997. …

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Three Sisters

A Canadian jazz group, Three Sisters released the recording Town in 2006. The group presented the well-respected Barry Romberg on drums.

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