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The Avant Garden

The Avant Backyard performed a distinctive mixture of spirited fusion, blending rock, jazz, space rock, and psychedelia to make a complex, multi-layered soundscape. An intense, high-energy foursome from Sacramento, CA, the group created in 1993. Originally phoning themselves Spirit Group, they experienced several personnel adjustments, buying their last lineup in …

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Liekki

Liekki (Fire) were formed by two members of the favorite Karkkiautomaatti (Candymatic) following the group disbanded in 1999. Janne Kuusela (vocalist, guitarist, songwriter) and drummer Vesa Lehto had been joined up with by bass participant Teemu Soininen and keyboardist Okke Komulainen, a veteran who is a person in such other …

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Pocket Orchestra

It’s safe and sound to assume that there weren’t many young music artists in mid- to past due-‘70s Phoenix, Az who had both interests and abilities of guitarist Tim Parr and his close friends. This was a period when a short blossoming of intensifying rock and roll into the industrial …

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Hannah Peel

Choice singer/songwriter Hannah Peel off was created in North Ireland, and began her musical career using the fiddle in her father’s music group. At age 18, she went to Paul McCartney’s Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts, where she created her violin, trombone, and piano abilities. Pursuing session function for Sandi …

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Frágil

The career of Peruvian prog rockers Frágil is filled up with obstacles. In over 25 years the group released just five albums and continued to be mostly restricted to its house country. Alternatively, it attained resounding local achievement with its initial album and taken care of a solid cult following …

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Debris’

The city of Chickasha, Oklahoma, may seem an unlikely birthplace of the seminal experimental proto-art-punk band set on pushing the boundaries of rock. When confronted with indifference, as well as redneck hostility, and long lasting only a season, Particles’ forged a little legacy using its D.We.Con. ethic and improvised playing …

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François Couture

Canadian composer, musician, orchestrator, arranger and sound designer, François Couture, a guy of boundless musical imagination, is constantly on the fearlessly blend contemporary digital rhythms with delicate ethnic as well as traditional motifs. With nine albums under his belt, which range from modern to globe defeat to neo-classical, his music …

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Robert Fripp & the League of Gentlemen

This early- to mid-’60s British Invasion/soul band had the distinction to be the first group to which Robert Fripp belonged. Potential Ruler Crimson alumnus Gordon Haskell was also an associate of this mainly neglected ensemble, which supported various American spirit performers who toured Britain in 1964 and lower a unitary, …

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Farquhar

Farquahar, an eclectic band of musicians, have been taking part in together in a variety of forms for pretty much a decade just before saving their first album — honing their abilities on several other tasks. Guitarist/singer Tag Stanley is a studio room guitarist for a number of major functions …

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Thomas Koppel

Best known while the founder & most important person in the enigmatic Danish progressive rock and roll group Savage Rose, Thomas Koppel was also a author of modern classical music and a single recording designer. Although he previously studied traditional piano and made up serious items from an early on …

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