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Josh T. Pearson

Tx singer and songwriter Josh T. Pearson is most beneficial referred to as the frontman for the short-lived cult indie origins band Lift to see, who released a self-titled EP in 1997, an individual, and a only double recording, The Texas-Jerusalem Crossroads (that is the stuff of underground tale), in …

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Horslips

At one stage in the mid-’70s, Horslips appeared poised to be Ireland’s response to Steeleye Span. However they also acquired a go at being another Jethro Tull (just an improved hard rock and roll clothing), or possibly Genesis, as well as Yes within their folkier occasions. Those events hardly ever …

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Vanden Plas

Created in 1990, German progressive steel strap Vanden Plas mixed the creativity of progressive rock and roll using the aggression of steel as well as the vivid dynamism from the theater within their live performances (every one of the band’s members acquired roots within the last mentioned). Their lineup continues …

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Deathprod

Norwegian producer and musician Helge Sten began dark ambient task Deathprod in 1991, using the release of a restricted self-released cassette. His terrifying debut recording, Treetop Drive, found its way to 1994, showcasing his skill for creating bleak, haunted scenery with acoustic tools and innovative homemade creation techniques. Imaginary Tracks …

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Russell Haswell

Describing himself being a “multidisciplinary artist,” Russell Haswell has generated conceptual art, sculptures, and videos furthermore to performances and recordings which range from harsh computer-generated sounds and glitch to industrial and experimental techno. He provides collaborated thoroughly with numerous performers in the experimental music and techno worlds, which range from …

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Esham

As an underappreciated cult artist, Esham’s harsh hardcore rap thrived within this hometown of Detroit, Michigan, for a long time before an ensemble of artists with an identical design began crossing over in to the mainstream in the later ’90s. A long time before rock and roll serves such as …

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Lustmord

While his days are spent focusing on sound design for Hollywood scores by Graeme Revell, sound designer Brian Williams documents experimental ambience and dark space music as Lustmord. His recordings have already been embraced by way of a selection of ambient followers, which range from the ’70s traditionalists in the …

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Dream Police

The brand new wave revival/post-rock side project of Nick Chiericozzi and Mark Perro, both of whom are founding members of abrasive, N.Con.C.-centered punk/noise rockers the Men, Brooklyn’s Dream Police focus on gritty yet hook-filled, Krautrock-inspired electro-pop that manages to wthhold the muscular, lo-fi visual from the duo’s flagship band. Falling …

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Crime & the City Solution

Despite origins dating back so far as 1978, Crime & the town Solution didn’t truly emerge until 1984, arriving at life within the wake from the dissolution from the seminal PARTY. The group was led by evocative vocalist/songwriter Simon Bonney, a Melbourne, Australia indigenous who led some bands beneath the …

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Kevin Drumm

Experimental musician Kevin Drumm emerged from Chicago’s improvised music scene through the 1990s, initially receiving attention for his innovative tabletop guitar techniques. After growing his instrumentation to add laptops and analog synthesizers, he became perhaps one of the most acclaimed American sound artists, with produces on Mego, Hanson, Medical center …

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