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Tag Archives: 1990s – 2000s

Tribe of Benjamin

Tribe of Benjamin are most widely known as the support group for urban gospel/jazz musician Ben Tankard, with whom they appeared over the 1997 record Git Yo’ Prayze On. In 1999 they released their initial record independently, Raize Da Praize.

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Tricky Woo

Like lots of the garage rock and roll revivalists within the ’90s (the Unband, the Streetwalkin’ Cheetahs, the Gaza Strippers), Montreal, Canada’s Tricky Woo take the MC5/Stooges guitar rock and roll sound from the ’70s and rework it for future generations. Tricky Woo produced in 1996, with frontman Andrew Dickson, …

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Slaid Cleaves

The music of Austin-based singer/songwriter and guitarist Slaid Cleaves is rooted in country and traditional folk songs, nonetheless it is uncommon enough to get held fascination with a sea of singer/songwriters over the 1990s, 2000s, and 2010s. While he released a small number of recordings through the early ’90s, he …

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Sheila Nicholls

British singer/songwriter Sheila Nicholls 1st attracted attention in the first ’90s, when she performed with the brand new York City-based group Sheila Nicholls as well as the Marvelous Frock. Over time with the music group she shifted to L.A. to pursue a single career and begin her personal record label, …

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Ancient Rites

Though its founding members have been mixed up in local scene because the early ’80s, the band referred to as Ancient Rites was only officially formed in 1989 by Gunther Theys (bass/vocals), Philip and Johan (guitars), and Stefan (drums). Among Belgium’s only dark steel groups of take note (essential corpse …

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Amorphous Androgynous

Twelve months before Garry Cobain and Brian Dougans released Lifeforms, their discovery album as Upcoming Audio of London, the duo recorded Stories of Ephidrena as Amorphous Androgynous. Charting an interesting fusion of commercial techno using the free-form organic passages that could end up being the norm in ambient techno many …

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Anata

The death metal band Anata was formed by Fredrik Schälin (vocals, guitar), Mattias Svensson (guitar), Martin Sjöstrand (bass), and Robert Petersson (drums) in the city of Varberg, Sweden. Although they initial started jamming in 1993, it had been quite some years before they got around to documenting their initial demos, …

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Stephen Brodsky

Although Stephen Brodsky is nationally referred to as the frontman for Cave-In and a complete bassist for Converge, his solo efforts tend to be more of the step toward experimental indie pop than his regular selection of Iron Maiden-influenced metal-core. Released in 1999 through Grimsey and Dopamine Information, Brodsky’s debut …

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The State of Bengal

Condition of Bengal is an organization headed by Sam Zaman that emerged from Britain’s Asian underground music picture. The picture got its begin at London’s Anoka membership. Zaman’s ensemble provides made considerable efforts to the globe of ethno-techno, merging Asian components with traditional dance beats. Zaman was created in India …

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Terem Quartet

The Terem Quartet was formed by four graduates from the Leningrad Conservatory by four teenagers on accordion, balalaika, and (two) domras. They play both traditional folk in addition to their own materials, and their hallmark is really a energetic and irreverent eclecticism. They will have toured many times with WOMAD.

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