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Auxes

Dominated by solid but melodic guitar function and difficult, forceful vocals, Auxes may be the brainchild of Dave Laney, former leader from the celebrated indie rock and roll rings Milemarker and Challenger. In 2006, after Milemarker experienced finished a tour to get their record Ominosity, family issues triggered Laney to …

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Boston Spaceships

After disbanding Guided by Voices past due in 2004, the ever prolific and busy Robert Pollard done solo projects, setup his own Guided by Voices label, and nursed several GBV assorted items through the pipeline prior to starting a fresh band, Boston Spaceships, with Chris Slusarenko (the Takeovers, Sprinkler) and …

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United Nations

Scoring a cope with a label is definitely, generally, what every strap desires for. A little bit of protection, financial incentive for a difficult fought creative effort, or simply just a little of fame plus some notoriety — whatever the reason why — an archive agreement can (occasionally) imply the …

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One Day as a Lion

Organic, political, visceral, and genre-bending, 1 DAY being a Lion is a cooperation between Trend Against the device vocalist Zack de la Rocha and ex-Mars Volta drummer Jon Theodore. Mixing elements of rock and roll, steel, rap, and punk, the duo released its eponymous debut EP over the Anti label …

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Guy Warren

Guy Warren, also called Kofi Ghanaba, was among the initial African music artists to exert an impact on globe music — a vibrant achievement to get a musician who was simply so far away before his own period and viewers that his existence was barely perceived by the majority of …

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Adolfo Abalos

Adolfo Abalos helped to present the piano towards the folk music of Argentina. Accompanied by his brothers Machino, Robert, Vitillo, and Macacho, Abalos skillfully changed charangas, zambas, and gatos into imaginative 88-essential melodies through the 1930s and ’40s. His legacy is still celebrated in his homeland. In 2000, he was …

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Modern Life Is War

Modern Existence Is Battle was shaped in the tiny city of Marshalltown, IA, in 2002 by five friends — vocalist Jeffrey Eaton, bassist Chris Honeck, drummer Tyler Oleson, and guitarists John Eich and Matt Hoffman — who shared the same imagine starting their personal D.I.Con. punk music group and in …

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Zezé Gonzaga

Considered perhaps one of the most gorgeous voices of Rádio Nacional in its heyday, Zezé Gonzaga, known specifically for her two strikes “Canção de Dalila” (Victor Youthful/ Clímaco César) and “Óculos Escuros” (Valzinho/Orestes Barbosa), participated regularly for the radio’s excellent time, accompanied with the orchestras carried out by Radamés Gnattali, …

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Raymond Kane

The original roots of Hawaiian slack key guitar playing is preserved through the music of Ray Kane (born: Raymond Kaleoalohapoina’oleohelemanu Kane). Although he didn’t start playing music expertly until he is at his forties, Kane offers more than constitute lost period. His concerts and recordings have already been cherished by …

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Steve Gray

Alongside his accomplishments being a composer and arranger, the multifaceted Steve Grey was also perhaps one of the most prolific session keyboardists in contemporary jazz, financing his talents to sessions headlined by Quincy Jones, Henry Mancini, and Peggy Lee. Delivered Apr 18, 1944, in Middlesbrough, Britain, Grey started teaching himself …

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