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Lycia

Mike Truck Portfleet shaped Lycia in early 1988 in his hometown of Phoenix. Motivated by post-punk as well as the ethereal 4AD audio from the ’80s, he started experimenting with electric guitar loops on his four-track recorder. He recruited a vintage friend, bassist John Good, to become listed on him, …

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Dollar

Dollar was one of the most successful pop duos within the U.K. Within their decade-long profession, Dollar marketed over 10 million information. Shaped in 1978 by Thereza Bazar and David Truck Day, Dollar squandered virtually no time: their debut one, “Shooting Superstar,” was an instantaneous strike, peaking at Amount 14 …

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Dismember

Longtime proponents from the milling, powerful audio of no-frills Swedish loss of life steel, Dismember was originally formed in Stockholm in 1988 being a power trio featuring vocalist/bassist Robert Senneb√§ck, guitarist David Blomqvist, and drummer Fred Estby. The group documented several demonstration tapes, but continued hiatus in past due 1989 …

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Luxuria

Luxuria was a duo comprising past Buzzcocks and Publication vocalist/songwriter Howard Devoto and Noko. Devoto started dealing with the Liverpool musician a couple of years after the launch of his single album, Jerky Variations of the Desire. The duo ultimately released two albums on Beggars Banquet, which ranged from sparse …

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Beatnik Beatch

Beatnik Beatch was a four-member pop/rock and roll band from SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA. They produced one record, that was released in 1987 with the unbiased label Industrial beneath the title On the Zulu Seaside. In 1988, a modified version from the record, deleting five monitors and adding four others, …

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Tall Dwarfs

Pioneers from the lo-fi cosmetic and towering numbers of the brand new Zealand pop music picture, the High Dwarfs were formed in 1979 by performers/songwriters Chris Knox and Alec Bathgate following a demise of the previous music group, the legendary Plaything Love. Documenting on Knox’s four-track machine, the duo debuted …

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Shakespear’s Sister

Made up of Siobhan Fahey and Marcella Detroit (blessed Marcy Levy), Shakespear’s Sister shaped in past due 1988. Fahey acquired several strikes as an associate of Bananarama, and Levy was the back-up vocalist for Eric Clapton in the past due ’70s. After their initial one flopped, Shakespear’s Sister’s second one, …

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Cliff Gallup

Cliff Gallup was the initial business lead guitarist in Gene Vincent’s Blue Hats. His stint within the music group was short, encompassing a lot of 1956 and about 35 monitors within the studio room. Yet for the reason that brief burst of your time, he set up himself among the …

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Clusone Trio

The Clusone Trio (also called Trio Clusone and Clusone 3) was a creative, international band of skilled music artists who combined improvisation, original compositions and old jazz chestnuts right into a music that’s kooky and/or delicate, but always winning. Cellist Ernst Reijseger, alto saxophonist and clarinetist Michael Moore, and drummer …

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