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Kenny Knight

Colorado country-folk vocalist/songwriter Kenny Knight released his lone album, Crossroads, in 1980 before retiring from professional music. The Georgia-born, Denver-raised musician was captivated by your guitar from a age, signing up for his first music group the 13th Road Leave when he was simply 11. For this same period, he …

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The Rude Boys

Wales’ the Rude Young boys were a short-lived ska music group featuring members from the Oi! music group the Oppressed. Created in Cardiff in 1988 by Oppressed business lead vocalist/guitarist Roddy Moreno, the Rude Males stayed collectively for approximately a 12 months before splitting up. An array of the group’s …

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Populäre Mechanik

Berlin-based drummer Wolfgang Seidel remaining important ’70s German band Ton Steine Scherben following growing to be disillusioned with rock & roll. He collaborated with Conrad Schnitzler at his Zodiak Totally free Arts Laboratory, and searched for musicians who have been similarly thinking about a free method of creating music. The …

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Shiny Two Shiny

Forming in the first ’80s from the ashes of synth pop music group A Formal Sigh, bandmembers Gayna Florence Perry and Robin Surtees comprised spinoff music group Shiny Two Shiny. Carrying out a brief lifespan using a Formal Sigh that included a Peel off Program, Shiny Two Shiny regrouped to …

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Lewis

Enigmatic Canadian artist Lewis (also called Louis Baloue) is definitely primarily known for his 1983 album L’Amour. Originally found out within an Edmonton, Alberta flea marketplace and shared on-line by uncommon LP lovers, L’Amour is an extra pop recording of synth and classical guitar offering Lewis’ half-lidded, Bryan Ferry-esque croon. …

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Les Vampyrettes

Les Vampyrettes was the music union of Krautrock legends Conny Plank and Holger Czukay. Using the mixed abilities of renowned manufacturer Plank (who acquired previously caused famous brands Kluster, D.A.F, and Cabaret Voltaire, along with numerous others), and ex – member of May, Holger Czukay, Les Vampyrettes was an inspired …

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Saâda Bonaire

A one-of-a-kind mixture of disco, dub, African, and Middle Eastern music, Saâda Bonaire was the brainchild of Bremen DJ Ralph “von” Richtoven. He shaped the task in 1982 with vocalists Stephanie Lange and Claudia Hossfeld and music artists he found out at an area immigration middle. The group documented its …

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Carmody

Carmody were an Italian minimal influx group who all formed in Torino in 1981. Regular of underground synthesizer-driven serves from that period, the group’s music mixed sparse, cold digital rhythms with vocals expressing emotions of longing and isolation. Originally a duo comprising Alberto Ramella and Andrea Lesmo (both previous associates …

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Earth Dies Burning

Created in 1981 in L.A.’s San Fernando Valley, Globe Dies Burning up was several (incredibly) small punks who inadvertently pioneered synth punk simply by eschewing guitars and only cheaper Casio keyboards. All between your age groups of ten and 14 when the music group started, EDB’s preliminary lineup was composed …

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FEEdbACK

Before he was an associate of not just one, but two from the giants from the grunge era (Soundgarden and Pearl Jam), drummer Matt Cameron was an associate from the little-known instrumental prog group FEEdbACK. Along with bassist Daniel Home and a guitarist known enigmatically as “Nerm,” the music group …

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