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Frankie Kennedy

The death of Frankie Kennedy, from cancer, in later 1993, was a tragic loss for fans of Celtic and Irish music. Among Irish music’s most charismatic instrumentalists, Kennedy have been the guiding power behind Altan, the tradition-based music group that he produced along with his wife, Mairead Ni Mhaonaigh. Based …

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Engine 88

Engine 88’s noisy pop recalls Pavement and Fugazi. Two Bay Region bands offered the employees for the group. Damon Real wood (acoustic guitar, vocals), David Hawkins (drums) and Eric Knight (bass) previously performed in the Smoking cigarettes Section, a soul-funk music group, while Tom Barnes (vocals, acoustic guitar) caused Sordid …

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Disciples of Annihilation

Alongside Delta 9, another from the American techno signees towards the Uk grindcore label Earache, Disciples of Annihilation (D.O.A.) shaped in NEW YORK in 1993 around Sal Mineo, Nick Marchetti and Carl Carinci. Twelve months afterwards the trio started releasing materials on Industrial Power, like the “Industrial Power 9D4” one. …

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Carnival Art

The slightly bent guitar rock of L.A.’s Carnival Artwork took its lessons in the demented Pixies. Comprising Michael P. Tak (vocals, electric guitar), Ed (electric guitar, vocals), Brian Bell (bass, vocals), and Keith Fallis (drums), Carnival Artwork released their debut LP, Thrumdrone, in 1991. Agreed upon to Beggars Banquet, Carnival …

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Experimental Audio Research

Experimental Audio Study — E.A.R. for brief — was a loosely associated set up of performers mainly spearheaded by Range frontman Sonic Increase; every once in awhile, the group also included, amongst others, My Bloody Valentine’s Kevin Shields, God’s Kevin Martin, and AMM’s Eddie Prevost. Being a revolving workout in …

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Dirt Bike Annie

Fast, noisy, and fun-loving, Dirt Bicycle Annie certainly are a full-tilt punk-pop foursome whose like of an excellent hook along with a catchy tranquility never gets in the form of cranking the amps up so far as they will move. Dirt Bicycle Annie were produced in 1993 by guitarist and …

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Ellen James Society

Vocalist/guitarists Cooper Seay and Chris McGuire formed the punk-pop music group Ellen James Culture in the late ’80s within the Athens/Atlanta region with bassist Bryan Lilje as well as the first of a variety of drummers that stabilized in 1992 with Stephen Hines. The group performed backup music group and …

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Bastro

Bastro was the more prominent of guitarist David Grubbs’ two immediate post-Squirrel Bait tasks (the concurrently jogging Bitch Magnet getting another). Grubbs originally became a member of the Louisville, KY-based Squirrel Bait while still in senior high school, and was in fact among the oldest associates of the group; when …

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The Disposable Heroes of Hiphoprisy

An outgrowth, both musically and ideologically, from the San Francisco-based avant-garde commercial jazz collective the Beatnigs, the Throw away Heroes of Hiphoprisy shaped in 1990. Made up of previous Beatnigs Michael Franti and Rono Tse, the duo quickly set up themselves among rap’s most important proponents of multiculturalism and liberalism; …

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Laundry

While taking time faraway from Primus in 1993, drummer Tim Alexander met up with guitarist Tom Butler, stay participant Ian Varriale and vocalist Tobias Hawkins to create something large (however, not within a cheesy, metallic type of feeling) while adding a distinctive mixture of exotic rhythms. Therefore, Laundry was created. …

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