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Sacrifice

Having a lethal mixture of classic melodic force steel and no-frills NWOBHM, Sweden’s Sacrifice only were able to release a solo 7″ in 1985, however the A-side (“Street Fighter”) garnered them enough underground cred to warrant a 2015 reunion of types. Produced in 1982 beneath the moniker Crier, the hard …

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Shoc Corridor

Shoc Corridor were a minor influx group from Western world London who released two full-lengths and a small number of singles through the early 1980s. Their music typically contains sparse, midtempo drum machine beats and chilling, atmospheric synths, frequently with wayward vocals. A few of their monitors highlighted 4/4 beats …

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Marcus Machado

A multi-instrumentalist known primarily for his stylistically diverse focus on electric guitar, Marcus Machado continues to be deeply associated with the music since he was a toddler. His initial public viewers was his kindergarten course, when he performed Jimi Hendrix’s “The Sky Cries Mary” on electric guitar synthesizer. Machado found …

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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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Igorrr

Igorrr may be the pseudonym of People from france multi-instrumentalist and electronic maker Gautier Serre (given birth to 1984) of electronic grindcore task Whourkr. The initial blend of careful drum encoding and acoustic instrumentation on his self-released demos Poisson Soluble (2006) and Moisissure (2008) garnered interest from Berlin-based experimental label …

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Thundercat

Stephen “Thundercat” Bruner spent the final area of the fresh millennium’s first 10 years getting the go-to bassist for virtually every designer in black color vanguard music. His nimble, syncopated, groove-heavy basslines had been noticed on albums by Erykah Badu, Sa-Ra, Soaring Lotus, as well as others. Given birth to …

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Warrior

One of the bands heading by the popular name of Warrior (the brand new Wave of Uk ROCK alone gave rise to in least four different ensembles!), this quintet hailed from Tyneside, Britain; documented for Neat Information; and presented vocalist Eddy Smith, guitarists Dave Dawson and Tony Watson, bassist Baz …

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Lester McFarland

This gifted musician was area of the duo Mac & Bob, which featured two blind musicians who met while studying music on the Kentucky School for the Blind. They teamed up in the first ’20s and shortly attracted record firm scouts. Throughout their energetic career they documented at least 200 …

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The Bengal Tigers

The Bengal Tigers were an Australian rock group having a lineup including Gordon Heald (vocals), Barney Fakhouri (guitar), Steve Tyler (bass), and Mick Egan (drums, vocals). They shaped in 1983, released a mini-album, Metallic Fetish, in 1984, and broke up.

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Raphaël Pichon

Raphaël Pichon began his music career like a young man soprano in the Maîtrise des Petits Chanteurs de St-François at Versailles. As he matured, he analyzed violin and piano on the Versailles Academy, after that pursued tone of voice and conducting on the Paris Conservatoire. He provides performed with Lot …

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