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Mike Osborne

Alto saxophonist Mike Osborne was one of the leading exponents from the Uk jazz resurgence from the mid-’60s. A supremely experienced and inventive participant, the range of his artwork was criminally jeopardized by a lengthy struggle with mental disease. Given birth to in Hereford on Sept 28, 1941, Osborne relocated …

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The Cool Kids

Area of the mid-2000s hip-hop motion that found children in all-over designs rapping about their sneakers and a common forms of transport (which frequently weren’t vehicles), the Great Kids became both an online and live present sensation. The duo of Mikey Stones (delivered Antoine Reed) and Chuck Inglish (or Evan …

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Tom Dawes

Although pop music annals record Tom Dawes as an associate of folk-pop combo the Cyrkle, which scored a 1966 smash using the traditional “Red Plastic Ball,” he enjoyed a lot more unforgettable moments as an advertising jingle writer, especially composing Alka-Seltzer’s immortal “Plop, Plop, Fizz, Fizz” theme. Blessed in Albany, …

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Time of Orchids

NEW YORK avant-rock combo Period of Orchids has evolved during the period of their job from metal-edged art-noise terrorists to some skewed, eclectic stew that attracts freely from both Frank Zappa and Captain Beefheart axis as well as the calmer sonic world of 1960s Euro film soundtracks ? la John …

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Orson

Substitute pop quintet Orson shaped in Hollywood in 2000. Co-founders Jason Pebworth (vocals) and George Astasio (acoustic guitar) lent the name from cinematic icon Orson Welles, and their Tinseltown roots also influenced the band’s decision to execute in vintage fits and fedoras. Business lead guitarist Chad Rachild, bassist Johnny Unhappy, …

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Shorty Ranger

b. Edwin Haberfield, 9 Oct 1925, Kempsey, New South Wales, Australia, d. 22 June 2007. He was raised for the adjoining plantation at Nulla Nulla Creek compared to that occupied with the family of Slender Dusty. After initial meeting at college, they became company friends using a shared like of …

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The Servant

Produced in London throughout the convert of the millennium by singer and guitarist Dan Dark, bassist Matt Fisher, and drummer Trevor Sharpe, the Servant (their name extracted from a 1963 Joseph Losey film) released their first “mini album,” the six-song Mathematics, later on that year. After business lead guitarist Chris …

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Matchbook Romance

Matchbook Romance is really a melodic hardcore device from Poughkeepsie, NY. The music group were only available in 1997 when bassist Ryan Kienle, vocalist/guitarist Andrew Jordan, and drummer Aaron Stern’s music group, Fizzlewink, added guitarist Ryan “Judas” DePaolo and became the Escape. All computer-savvy, the bandmembers strike the web hard, …

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Scarlet

Afterwards known for incorporating electronic components into an aggressive post-hardcore audio also tainted with emo, steel, and math rock and roll components, Richmond, VA’s Scarlet first emerged in the entire year 2000, peddling a much simpler metalcore design on the Breaking the Deceased Stare EP. But continual musician turnover added …

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Satanic Surfers

Swedish punks the Satanic Surfers shaped in the fall of 1989 around singer Erik and drummer Rodrigo; guitarist Frederick and Magnus shortly joined up with the line-up, as do bassist Tomek, even though band’s debut work Skate to Hell didn’t show up until 1993. Vocalist Ulf changed Erik for the …

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