Virgin Prunes

One of the most adventurous and avant-garde functions to rise from the punk period, the Virgin Prunes formed in Dublin, Ireland in mid-1977. The group was led from the theatrical vocalist/songwriter Gavin Fri (given birth to Fionan Hanvey in 1959), who as a teenager fell along with several like-minded people …

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David Maldonado

Getting into the world of flamenco in 2002, David Maldonado released his debut record Danza. A appearing out of types, Maldonado was a engineer/maker for a long time before expressing his skills like a guitarist. But his debut record demonstrated a strong understand on melody and complicated chord patterns, a …

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Jawbreaker

Separately minded and sticking with the old-school D.We.Con. punk mentality, Western world Coastline punk-pop trio Jawbreaker’s street-smart — however poetic — lyrics, spirited musicality, and marathon concert events place them a trim above contemporaries like Green Time and blink-182. After some EPs and singles, guitarist/vocalist Blake Schwarzenbach, bassist Chris Bauermeister, …

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Javine

In the first 2000s, Javine became a significant R&B star in Britain, where her hip-hop-influenced urban contemporary has drawn comparisons to Aaliyah and Beyoncé Knowles aswell as Samantha Mumba. A few of Javine’s followers have seen her commercial achievement in the U.K. for example of either nice revenge or resilience …

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John Coppola

Proving that surname has existence in the entertainment business beyond your movie godfather’s dynasty, trumpeter John Coppola’s accomplishments consist of securing a significant niche as you of progressive jazz bandleader Stan Kenton’s preferred brassmen. To measure to those criteria required diligence, self-discipline and a lip with the effectiveness of a …

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David Mancuso

The origins of disco (and clubland generally) lie in the first ’70s and David Mancuso’s Greenwich Community apartment, where he sponsored weekly after-hours get-togethers for a lot of the city’s party population. The Loft’s audio system was equally as good as most legal night clubs, and Mancuso performed an array …

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David Mallett

David Mallett was focusing on your garden on his family’s plantation in rural Maine when he was motivated to run in to the house, have a pencil and pad, and write a fresh track. In the years since, “YOUR GARDEN Song” continues to be covered by performers which range from …

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MC Buzz B

b. Shorn Braithwaite. Eco-conscious UK rapper who allied his smart, extremely wordy raps to a jazz/spirit/funk mélange that was characterised beyond other things by its great, restrained vibe. He debuted for Manchester unbiased Play Hard using the 12-inches only ‘Slaphead’ in-may 1988, pursuing it with ‘How Rest The Daring’ and …

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Ultrageno

Colombian alternate/metal music group Ultrágeno produced its live debut in-may of 1996 beneath the name of La Sopita. In 1997, the group performed at Bogota’s Rock and roll Al Parque, playing plus a.N.We.M.A.L., Chilean funk-rock music group Chancho en Piedra, and Control Machete, amongst others. That same 12 months, Ultrágeno …

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