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Brendan Perry

Following the breakup of Dead Can Dance, singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Brendan Perry collaborated with friends like Hector Zazou (on his 1998 Lights at night album) and former bandmate Peter Ulrich (whose Pathways and Dawns Perry co-produced and arranged). Through the past due ’90s he started teaching percussion workshops in Afro-Cuban and African …

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The Send

After spending 3 years as the guitarist in the Christian rock-band Falling Up, Oregon native Joseph Kisselburgh made a decision to strike from his own. Acquiring equipment of songs he previously created while touring along with his older group, Kisselburgh lay out composing the items for his first single recording …

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Tommy Guerrero

Tommy Guerrero could be better known in the wonderful world of skateboarding than music. Blessed in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, Guerrero became a member of the skateboard firm Powell Peralta in 1985 and became among the primary members from the renowned “Bone fragments Brigade” team. Generally thinking about music, Guerrero …

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Alec Empire

Creator of Berlin’s Digital Hardcore Recordings, Alec Empire created a few of the most musically diverse functions from the 1990s, saving both as himself and with the trio Atari Teenage Riot. Empire was frequently discovered with (and pigeonholed due to) his ATR productions — lo-fi breakbeats performed at the swiftness …

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Tones on Tail

Bauhaus guitarist Daniel Ash created Shades on Tail being a aspect task in 1981 with bassist Glen Campling, who was simply also a roadie for Bauhaus. When Bauhaus split up in 1983, Ash thought we would focus on his brand-new group, attracting Bauhaus drummer Kevin Haskins aswell. Their design ranged …

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Time Toy

Among the lesser-known acoustic guitar pop rings to emerge from your fertile Athens, Georgia music picture from the 1980s, Period Plaything was formed in 1984 by vocalist/guitarist Bryan Make (formerly of Is Ought Space), ex-Little Tigers guitarist Paul Hammond, bassist Danny Cottar and drummer Rob McMahon. The group preferred a …

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Arbouretum

Dave Heumann, a musician with something of the rustic, poetic bent who supported music artists like Bonnie “Prince” Billy and Cass McCombs, started Arbouretum in the first 2000s. The music group was made up of Heumann’s friend Walker David Teret on electric guitar, ex-Lungfish member Mitchell Feldstein on drums, and …

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Kirsten Price

Brooklyn-based vocalist Kirsten Price (no, she actually is not the porn actress who bears the same name) is normally a singer’s singer, and her sexy, ferocious, and soulful vocals brim with passion and attitude. Blessed in London, Cost grew up performing in various groupings and choirs, finally shifting to NEW …

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Sugar & Gold

Sugar & Silver’s dancefloor-friendly strategy that mashes jointly disco, early-’80s R&B, electro, synth pop, and funk is perfect for a sweaty particular date at a membership but also functions just great on record. The San Francisco-based group was shaped by childhood close friends Nicolas Dobbratz and Philipp Minnig, who after …

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Ganon

Psychedelic doom metallic outfit Ganon (named following a personality in the Nintendo Zelda group of video games) made their house bottom in Michigan — Ann Arbor to become specific — and shaped in 2002. Inspired by contemporary sludge and doom vendors just like the Melvins and Eyehategod, Ganon released their …

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