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MLO

Englishman Jonathon Tye and Australian Peter Smith met in London, where they formed the ambient-techno clothing MLO within the mid-’90s. After documenting two EPs during 1996 (Two Voyages and Backyard), the duo released their debut full-length Plastic material Apple afterwards that year. Following its discharge, the group seemed to stall …

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Dave Schramm

While most widely known for his short stint being a guitarist with Yo La Tengo, Dave Schramm has silently developed a potent reputation among his fellow music artists among the most gifted and versatile music artists to emerge from the Hoboken/Manhattan indie rock and roll axis, mixing a folkie’s delicate …

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Vooodu

Being truly a mainstay within the LA underground hip-hop scene for several years, Vooodu wasn’t afraid to pay for tribute towards the wizardry of Western Indian religious belief into his take action. Naming himself after these methods, Vooodu had the opportunity to lay out his gospel on polish in 1998 …

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Violent Green

Created in 1993 by singer/guitarist Jennifer Olay, a onetime person in the love-rock strap Some Velvet Sidewalk, the Seattle-based Violent Green debuted a year later on with the solitary “You Make Me personally Wish I HAD DEVELOPED a Gun,” the very first release ever within the fledgling Up Documents label. …

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Jason Sellers

Texas-born singer/songwriter Jason Sellers was raised traveling along with his family members ‘s gospel group and adoring nation music. After he transferred to Nashville at age 18, he started his professional music profession because the bassist in Vince Gill’s touring music group. Gigs with Billy Joe Royal and Ricky Skagg’s …

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Viva Malpache

Los Angeles-based Latin-ska music group Viva Malpache was formed in 1997 by guitarist/keyboardist Roberto González, bass participant Alan Lee, and drummer Esteban Memoryírez, afterwards joined by singer Giovanni Blanco, guitarist Leo Cajina, and percussionist Jesse Gutiérrez. The music group released a self-produced record called Greatest Strikes, provided live at Western …

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John Flomer’s Primal Cinema

MODERN composer and self-described “visible musician” John Flomer was created and raised in NEW YORK, picking right up his initial instrument — the accordion — to instruct himself themes from movies like Exodus, Ruler of Kings, rather than on Weekend. After his family members relocated to Minnesota, Flomer and his …

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Vlatko Stefanovski

Macedonian guitarist/composer Vlatko Stefanovski began playing guitar when he was 11. As an adolescent studying English vocabulary and books, he produced Macedonia’s biggest rock and roll group, Leb I Sol. The music group fused rock and roll, jazz, and traditional Macedonian music, components that inspired most of Stefanovski’s music. He …

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David Rice

The only real son of the motivational speaker, singer/songwriter David Grain was raised close to Katy, Tx, in children dominated by his three older sisters. And in addition, it had been their Stevie Question and Led Zeppelin albums that got him were only available in music. An excellent piano participant …

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Hyper Go-Go

Never thought to be strikingly original, Hyper Go-Go were even so perhaps one of the most commercially prominent UK house acts, an undeniable fact confirmed when their early singles, including ‘Great’ (amount 30, August 1992) and ‘Under no circumstances Permit Go’ (amount 45, July 1993), both crossed more than in …

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