Home / Tag Archives: 2002

Tag Archives: 2002

Central Living

Many individuals who keep up-to-speed regarding the world of electronica are aware of this group. Under one name or another, they are releasing house strikes on various brands since the middle-’90s. A collaborative work between vocal powerhouse Lisa Shaw and globe-trotting maker Dave Warrin, Central Living is definitely among the …

Read More »

Cooler Kids

The Brooklyn-based Cooler Kids funneled home music and new wave influences right into a funky, volatile cocktail. Made up of Kaz Gamble (also called DJ Kazimir) and California indigenous Sisely Treasure, the group created when Gamble started collaborating with previous Luscious Jackson vocalist Jill Cunniff in the Pop Rox studio …

Read More »

Le Vent du Nord

Located in Quebec, Le Vent du Nord (The Blowing wind from the North) certainly are a four-member group focusing on the original French-Canadian folk that locals make reference to as Quebecois music (or la musique québécoise in French). The accordion, the violin, the mandolin, as well as the hurdy-gurdy (a …

Read More »

Jackie & Roy

Vocalist Jackie Cain (given birth to Might 22, 1928, Milwaukee, WI) and vocalist/pianist Roy Kral (given birth to Oct 10, 1921, Chicago, IL) first joined causes in 1946, and in 1996 they celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary like a vocal duo. Jackie & Roy had been with Charlie Ventura’s music …

Read More »

Dick Campbell

Chicago singer/songwriter Dick Campbell released probably one of the most ludicrously imitative Bob Dylan-inspired albums ever, Dick Campbell Sings Where It’s In. It arrived when Dylan was at the maximum of his middle-’60s fame, soon after heading electric and obtaining his first strike singles. Campbell ensured that he sounded nearly …

Read More »

Boyd Bennett

Boyd Bennett’s music dropped into the splits between nation and the first days of rock and roll & move. Boyd by no means received much acknowledgement from nation circles while he was carrying out, probably because his music sounded similar to the growing rockabilly than hardcore honky tonk. Bennett grew …

Read More »

The Flys

The beginnings of Hollywood-based rockers the Flys lay down in informal jam sessions between eventual associates James Publication (bass), Peter Perdichizzi (guitar), Adam Paskowitz (vocals), and Nicky Lucero (drums). Ultimately another vocalist/rapper, Joshua Paskowitz, became a member of, and the music group found themselves authorized to Trauma Information. By merging …

Read More »

Arma Angelus

The dark and metallic hardcore of Chicago’s Arma Angelus materialized in past due 1999, arising from the dissolution of Extinction as well as the furiously political Racetraitor, two influential bands on the neighborhood scene. Within the few years these were collectively, Arma Angelus produced a name for themselves round the …

Read More »

Sonna

An indie rock-band from Baltimore, Maryland, Sonna were founded in 1998 by guitarist/vocalist Chris Mackie, drummer/guitarist Jim Redd, and bassist Paul Petersan. Guitarist Jeremy DeVine, who set up the Temporary Home label in 1996, became a member of immediately after the group’s development. Since a lot of Sonna’s materials was …

Read More »

Bluetip

Upon their departure from Swiz, guitarist/vocalist Jason Farrell and guitarist Dave Stern formed Bluetip having a rhythm portion of bassist Jake Kump and drummer Dave Bryson. The group agreed upon with Dischord in 1995 and released its debut record, Dischord No. 101, the next season. Farrell and Stern shaped a …

Read More »