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Nini Rosso

b. Celeste Rosso, 19 Sept 1926, Italy, d. 1994. As an adolescent, Rosso ran abroad through parental pressure to pursue an educational profession. After he was discovered playing trumpet in a good night place, his parents relented, and he shaped a little orchestra that garnered a working arrangements beyond Italy …

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Red Star Belgrade

The edgy Chapel Hill, North Carolina-based alt-country trio Crimson Superstar Belgrade formed when onetime rock critic Costs Curry grew sick and tired of simply authoring music and made a decision to begin producing his own. After enlisting his wife Graham Harris-Curry on drums and Greg Paul on bass, the vocalist/guitarist …

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Pusherman

Eclectic UK alternate outfit Pusherman was shaped in 1994 and began establishing their reputation by taking part in underground all-night parties in London, Britain. Andy Frank (vocals), Meredith ‘Yank’ Reid (b. 1965, Wichita, Kansas, USA, d. 28 Apr 2000, London, Britain; vocals, harmonica), Bo Ellery (bass), Martin Hoyland (acoustic guitar), …

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Nailbomb

Nailbomb was a short task between ex-Sepultura vocalist/guitarist Maximum Cavalera and ex-Fudge Tunnel vocalist/guitarist Alex Newport. Although both from the bandmembers’ full-time rings specialized in intense metal noises, Nailbomb somehow discovered ways to create a lot more thick and severe metallic noises (in addition, it proves to become more repetitive, …

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Secret Chiefs 3

Since Mr. Bungle is usually notorious when planning on taking substantial levels of time taken between albums (it required them four years to check out up their 1991 debut), its bandmembers are remaining with lots of time on the hands. Therefore the users of Mr. Bungle make use of their …

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School of Fish

This Boston-based college-aged quintet outclassed their postmodern contemporaries having a striking, hook-laden 1991 debut. Their sophomore recording was less amazing. Frontman Josh Clayton-Felt released a solo recording, Inarticulate Character Boy, in 1996; he passed away January 19, 2000 of testicular malignancy at age 32.

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Liquorice

Jenny Toomey (Tsunami, Grenadine) and Dan Littleton (Hated, Ida) had played together on / off for seven years before Ivo Watts-Russell (the top of 4AD Information) approached Toomey on the subject of doing a aspect project. She decided and journeyed to Livonia, MI, with Littleton to record on the cellar …

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Rodan

A seminal influence within the avant-garde wing of indie rock and roll, Rodan were habitually likened to fellow Louisville natives and mathematics rock and roll pioneers Slint. And it had been accurate that Slint was a crystal-clear impact within the group’s noisy, angular art-punk — very easily noticed in the …

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Huggy Bear

While groupings like Bikini Eliminate and Bratmobile were leading the riot grrrl charge in the us, over the Atlantic, Huggy Bear were spearheading their very own trend, girl-style. A multi-gender device made up of vocalist Chris, vocalist/bassist Niki, guitarists Jo and Jon, and drummer Karen — furthermore with their refusal …

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Lord High Fixers

The Austin, Texas-based garage-punk quintet Lord Great Fixers was the mid-’90s project of longtime indie vet Tim Kerr, an alumnus of rings ranging from the best Boys towards the Monkeywrench (the blues-grunge side project of members of Mudhoney and other Seattle scenesters). Also made up of vocalist Mike Carroll, guitarist …

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