The Ex

Playing a hybrid of punk to improve their liberal socialist agenda (offering as the challenging exact carbon copy of a Dutch Crass), the Ex released reams of details and propaganda through the ’80s — each released on the different Dutch label — however in the ’90s begun to accept industrial …

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Everpresent Fullness

LA canyon-rock quintet the Everpresent Fullness comprised singer/guitarist Tom Carvey, business lead guitarist Paul Johnson, bassist Steve Pugh, drummer Terry Hands and multi-instrumentalist Jack port Ryan. Created in 1965, the group fused components of pop, country-rock and also ragtime, often posting the stage with kindred spirits just like the Buffalo …

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Big Bub

Spirit vocalist Lee Drakeford led the brand new Shirt quartet Today through many Best Five R&B strikes during the past due ’80s. Following the group break up in the first ’90s, Drakeford started a successful single career documenting as Big Bub. His debut recording, Comin’ at Cha, gained Best 40 …

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Big Breakfast

Chicago’s very own Big Breakfast continues to be perfecting their gritty country-rock because the new millennium dawn. The music group, which includes vocalist/songwriter Peter Joly, bass participant Jon Williams, and drummer Mike Reed, presents an honesty like the enjoys of Neil Youthful and Buffalo Springfield along with a organic appeal …

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Blood for Blood

Boston-area hardcore/steel music group Blood for Blood was shaped in 1995 by guitarist “White Garbage” Rob Lind, vocalist Erick Medina, and drummer Mike Maloney, with bassist Ian McFarland updating the initial bass player time afterward. The group cut an indie-label record entitled Spit My Last Breathing and then agreed upon …

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Aura Anthropica

Following demise of his early-’90s neo-psychedelic combo H.P. Zinker, Austrian-born vocalist/guitarist Hans Platzgumer relocated back again to European countries and immersed himself in the wonderful world of electronic music. Beginning in 1998, he begun to discharge his tests in 12″ type, mainly under his very own name (Seperator, Fingerfood, etc.) …

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Beth Quist

Beth Quist began performing music before she could attend school, often playing on the piano from age two. Soon later on, she started enhancing her abilities and composing her personal songs. At age group 8, she published her first track, “I’m JUST A LITTLE Leopard Prowling Around In Tennis shoes”. …

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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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