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Rip Rig + Panic

Named after a good ’60s jazz album by Rahsaan Roland Kirk, Rip Rig + Stress answered the query: what goes on when avant-garde post-punks collide head-long having a pop/soul singer and perform a mutated type of jazz? A loosely knit assortment of ex-Pop Group people (Gareth Sager and Bruce Smith) …

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Consequence

Result was the guise of German electronic designer Michael Irmer, who also initiated the one-man task in the mid-’80s. Sketching influence from famous brands Skinny Puppy and Cabaret Voltaire, Irmer released his 1st recording, Desolated Victims, in 1985. Regression adopted in 1993, and 1996’s Volition designated Consequence’s American debut.

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Tembo Brothers

Led by attention-shunning John Chibadura, the Tembo Brothers have grown to be perhaps one of the most popular youthful rings in Zimbabwe, playing the mbira-rhumba fusion referred to as rumbira. The music group shaped in 1985 and instantly drew attention due to Chibadura’s intense tone of voice and achingly poignant …

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John Lair

This Kentucky native has already established a perfectly respectable career like a songwriter and harmonica player. Actually, his credits would increase several eyebrows to be certain. You will find supposedly a lot more than 500 music compiled by this guy. One of these, “Freight Teach Blues,” was documented by a …

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Gary Holton

Given birth to in London in 1955, Londoner Gary Holton was a kid star using the Sadlers Good Opera Organization, and a graduate of both Old Vic Theater Firm as well as the Royal Shakespeare Firm. Simply 17 when he became a member of the touring firm of Locks, in …

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Pink Industry

For all intents and reasons, Green Industry was a duo of former Green Military head/vocalist Jayne Casey (also formerly of Big in Japan) and bassist/keyboardist Ambrose Reynolds (Frankie Would go to Hollywood). Additional contributors arrived and remaining with frequency. Carrying on in the road that Pink Armed forces was headed …

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Difford & Tilbrook

At that time between your breakup of British pop-wave strap, Press in late-1982 and its own reformation in 1985, the group’s founding songwriters, guitarists and vocalists Glenn Tilbrook and Chris Difford continuing to interact. Furthermore to writing tunes for Helen Shapiro, Paul Small, Billy Bremner and Jools Holland, and planning …

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Uptown String Quartet

The Uptown String Quartet really began within the Utmost Roach Increase Quartet. Their 1985 joint documenting got John Williams and Cecelia Hobbs on violins, Maxine Roach (Max’s girl) on viola, and cellist Eileen Folson. By 1986, the string quartet got its name as well as the employees of violinists Diana …

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Stormtroopers of Death

Among the crucial links in the music string linking hardcore punk with acceleration steel, the Stormtroopers of Loss of life — known additionally seeing that S.O.D. — had been actually designed to be considered a one-off novelty aspect project, done being a lark throughout a distance in Anthrax’s saving and …

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Embrace

Anyone who also ever wondered how hardcore pioneer Ian MacKaye will make such a drastic changeover from your gritty, explosive, and terse music of Small Threat towards the expansive, melodic, and unpredictable audio of Fugazi will get the solution in Embrace. Along with Privileges of Planting season (fronted by Fugazi …

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