Imogene

Consisting of past users of Thinner, Crucifix, and Loudspeaker, Imogene met up in 1997 to mix several ambient sounds and trip-hop beats. Without the usage of loud guitars and pounding drums, the users of Kevin Friedman (acoustic guitar), Christo Douglas (drums), Jennifer Folker (vocalist), and Mitch Dark brown (bass) wished …

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Shocore

Formed from the ashes of two Vancouver rings, Shocore was the brainchild of both Terry Murray and Cory Light, former lead singer of DDT. In 2000, the set decided to type their very own group and go about documenting almost 30 music. The band’s initial single premiered in summertime 2001, …

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Peter Lieberson

American composer Peter Lieberson was created in NEW YORK, the son of Goddard Lieberson, the president of Columbia Information, and Vera Zorina, an actress, ballerina, and choreographer. As a kid, Lieberson trained himself tranquility from hearing the jazz information of Costs Evans, and he was subjected to the music of …

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Jim Murray

Although he was a founding person in Quicksilver Messenger Service, Murray was from the band by enough time the 1st Quicksilver album premiered, and details remain relatively vague in regards to what he contributed at that time he is at the group. When Quicksilver began, it had been a quintet …

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Chris Andrews

Though he’s virtually unknown in america, Chris Andrews had a good amount of success in the U.K. in the mid-’60s as both a performer and a songwriter for additional acts. He could become best-known as the writer of three English Top Ten strikes for Sandie Shaw in 1965, “Young lady …

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Cheating Kay

Born from the university city of Columbia, Missouri, Cheating Kay emerged together out of completely different backgrounds. Regardless of the different musical encounters from the members, the entire effect is certainly of a folk rock and roll combo using a jazzy jump and a wish pop feeling of melody. Featuring …

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Boogie Boarder

Experimental noise rock trio Boogie Boarder (bassist Willie Miesmer, drummer Cyrus Lubin, and keyboardist Paul Gladstone) were shaped within a ceramics glaze room in 2004 at school in upstate NY. A D.We.Y. 2006 discharge with hand-printed addresses titled What Traveling Waves IS FOCUSED ON collected home-recorded periods and was released …

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James Walker

This vocalist was area of the London cast of the ’50s musical theater production entitled The Jazz Train. This isn’t the same Adam Walker who sang using the Dixie Hummingbirds.

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Joe Daniels

The guitarist Joe Daniels was on a great number of tracks cut by Leroy Hutson, a man rhythm & blues singer who was simply a member from the Impressions “for one minute,” as is said in the wonderful world of gigs. Hutson experienced talents like a composer, arranger, and maker …

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Korova

Among Austria’s most eclectic and risk-taking dark metal rings, Korova was formed in the town of Innsbruck by Christof Niederweiser (vocals, guitars, keyboards) in 1990, oddly taking their name from your Russian terms for “the cow.” After many years composing and rehearsing, Niederweiser drafted second guitarist George Razerberger, bassist Michael …

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