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Tag Archives: 1990s – 2010s

Jessica Stone

West coastline singer/songwriter Jessica Rock founded her very own record and posting company, Maidenstone Information, soon after graduating from the L.A. Music Academy. Her 2002 debut, Seven Words, introduced viewers to Stone’s personal mixture of folk, pop, and jazz, and garnered the tech-savvy, indie musician accolades from over the internet. …

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Portal

Since their inauspicious founding in 1994, and from earnest following the convert of the 3rd millennium, Brisbane, Australia’s Website have attemptedto demolish the limitations of extreme steel using a death/dark/grindcore hybrid design simply because technically ambitious since it is purposely mired in waves of distortion. Because of this, and like …

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Zammuto

Aside from executing in the sonic collage duo the Books, Nick Zammuto recorded computer-based music privately under his surname. Zammuto’s initial albums had been atmospheric, you start with 2000’s Willscher as well as the 2001 triple CD-R Solutiore of Stareau. These early functions had been ambient, hypnotic, and glitchy. Nevertheless, …

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Matthias Pintscher

Matthias Pintscher writes: “I’ve attempted to form a predicament which was created to supply the listener the impression that he’s in the center of this ‘space’, that he’s getting directly addressed…despite the fact that he stands outdoors, and listens from without…” Being a composer, Pintscher understands that the most successful …

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Kimberly Scott

Kid prodigy Kimberly Scott performed in public areas for the very first time in age five, and earned her 1st recording agreement before she turned 11. Scott was created in Maryland, and after her 1st appearance in public areas, began to switch heads in the Apollo Theatre. She earned the …

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Wisin & Yandel

Though Puerto Rican reggaeton duo Wisin & Yandel (given birth to Juan Morera and Lladel Vegilla) were around for quite a while (their debut album, Reyes del Nuevo Milenio, premiered in 2000) and gained fans and recognition with records like 2004’s De Otra Manera and 2005’s Mi Vida: La Pelicula, …

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Jan Smit

Dutch pop and schlager singer Jan Smit 1st hit it big in 2005 with Vrienden Voor Het Leven, possible television series predicated on his life, but he continued offering beyond that to be probably one of the most bankable and dependable Dutch pop famous actors of the brand new millennium. …

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Andrew Bishop

A performing/recording designer and educator located in Ann Arbor, Michigan, Andrew Bishop absolutely avoids a rigidly idiomatic method of jazz. The saxophonist/clarinetist’s wide-ranging perspective offers led him to traverse stylistic limitations in his personal projects while developing innovative alliances with collaborators over the jazz range, from Midwestern post-boppers to Brooklyn-based …

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Sean Hickey

Sean Hickey has learned the amount of time and expenditure normally it takes for any composer to get his music away to fresh audiences. Hickey is usually a author of fresh concert music and an arranger of music for pop and jazz music artists, but he’s also an professional for …

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Scott Miller

Merging the emotional honesty and intelligence of the singer/songwriter using the swagger and enthusiasm of the rock and roll & roller, Scott Miller first produced a name for himself as guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter using the superb pop/rock and roll group the V-Roys, before building himself being a single artist …

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