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Nashil Pinchen Kazembe

Nashil Pichen (given birth to: Nashil Pichen Kazembe) was among Rhodesia’s greatest superstars through the 1950s. Collaborating with Kenya-born multi-instrumentalist and vocalist Peter Tsotsi, Pichen made a few of the most interesting noises to emanate from Africa, assisting to transform the audio of South Africa’s kwela (pennywhistle) rings into an …

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Trance Induction

A local of Utrecht, Holland, Tjeerd Verbeek began saving techno in 1990. As Trance Induction, his initial 12-inches “Mindflower” appeared in mid-1991 on DJax Information. “Organic Floppy Disco” implemented soon after, nonetheless it wasn’t until Verbeek turned labels to Perfect and released the one “MODERN Heartcore” that he begun to …

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Falling Wallendas

An choice/power pop group from Chicago, the Falling Wallendas display the abilities of songwriters Allen Keller (electric guitar, vocals) and Scott Bennett (bass, vocals), along with guitarist Arch Alcatraz and drummer Todd Sucherman. Their self-titled debut premiered on IMI in 1995, implemented in 1997 by Belittle.

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Lá Lugh

The musical traditions of Northern Ireland may be the foundation for State Louth-based group, La Lugh. With virtuosic fiddler Gerry O’Connor and vocalist/flute participant Eithne Ni Uallachain placing the speed, the group acts an infectuous, dance-inspiring, combination of jigs, reels and traditional balladry. La Lugh was conceived after O’Connor and …

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Corduroy

Not to end up being confused using the acidity jazz collective from the same name, Corduroy was an indie-rock trio in the SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA Bay area, around from 1991 to 1995. Each member acquired connections to various other bands: vocalist/guitarist Wade Drivers to 50 Mil, bassist Mike Weisburg …

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Bakers Pink

Bakers Green, a rock and roll quartet composed of vocalist Michael Anthony Franano, guitarist Mike Greene, bass participant Randy Jordan, and drummer Shane, released it is self-titled debut record on Epic Information in 1993.

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Earthen Sea

Earthen Sea may be the experimental ambient/techno solo project of Jacob Long, most widely known to indie rock and roll fans as an associate from the Dischord-signed post-hardcore group Dark Eyes as well as the dubby, drum-heavy post-punk band Mi Ami. By himself, nevertheless, he crafts dark drone and glacial …

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Bryden Thomson

During his extensive performing job spanning nearly five decades, Bryden ‘Jack port’ Thomson was named a respected interpreter of music through the British Isles. His legacy contains almost fifty recordings designed for the Chandos label, including pioneering recordings of both William Walton’s Symphony No. 2 and the entire Symphonies by …

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Fossil

Senior high school friends Bob O’Gureck (vocals, guitar) and Randy Staley (guitar, backing vocals) initial played in a fresh Jersey music group called the Clowns in the middle-’80s. The Clowns split up in 1989, but O’Gureck and Staley held in contact, and later produced ethereal popsters Fossil with guitarist Neil …

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Another in the type of ’90s goths who forsook guitars for the sampler and synthesizer, Rudy Ratzinger’s :wumpscut: task was created in 1991 when he released his first cassette-only albums, Defcon and Little Chambermusicians. Vuz Information agreed upon the German with their fold by the next calendar year, and after …

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