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Sandro Perri

Toronto, Canada native Sandro Perri began his winding trip into functionality and production using the release of the 12″ beneath the name Polmo Polpo in 1999. Similarly inspired with the broadly disparate varieties of ’60s surf-pop manufacturer Joe Meek and minimal techno label Simple Route, Perri’s early produces had been …

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Dinosaur L

Beneath the name Dinosaur, avant-garde cellist/composer Arthur Russell and several his NEW YORK based associates were in charge of the very first disco single released on Sire. That 1979 solitary, “Kiss Me Once again,” featured acoustic guitar from David Byrne (Speaking Mind), bass from Wilbur Bascomb Jr. (a practiced session …

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Cale Parks

Cale Parks got his begin because the drummer within the marching band-influenced indie group Aloha. Because the band done its fourth recording, Some Echoes (Polyvinyl Information, 2006), Parks was occupied at work on the assortment of ambient music. The tracks piled-up and finally became a full-length recording, Illuminated Manuscript, that …

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Malcolm Goldstein

American avant-garde violinist, improviser, and composer Malcolm Goldstein continues to be exploring the sounds feasible using the violin because the early ’60s, when he, Philip Part, and Wayne Tenney founded the Firmness Roads Ensemble. Furthermore to getting commissions for his personal work from several arts councils and vocalists, additional composers …

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Indian Ocean

Indian Sea was among the many short-lived outlets for avant-gardist Arthur Russell’s love of dance music. The multi-instrumentalist and composer, who may be known even more for his cello function than his contribution towards the underground NY club scene from the past due ’70s and early ’80s, released the Indian …

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AMOR

Avant rock experienced Richard Youngs, experimental artist Luke Fowler, Norwegian jazz dual bassist Michael Francis Duch, and Franz Ferdinand drummer Paul Thomson are known to make completely different types of music, but their interact as AMOR is certainly a unexpected venture into sprawling, left-field neo-disco. The Glasgow-based quartet’s debut 12″, …

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LA Priest

LA Priest (pronounced Lah Preest) may be the single project of Uk electronic musician Samuel Eastgate, who in addition has worked beneath the name Sam Dirt. Although he in the beginning released the LA Priest task in 2007 having a 12” launch on Erol Alkan’s Phantasy label, he’s most widely …

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Kelly Lee Owens

Kelly Lee Owens is a London-based maker, songwriter, and singer known for shadowy but resonant techno-pop. Carrying out a move from her indigenous North Wales, Owens interned at XL Recordings, performed bass in the annals of Apple Pie, and worked well inside a string of record shops, including Pure Groove, …

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Daughn Gibson

Daughn Gibson is a singer/songwriter. His changing musical design melds old-school, hard nation, and traditional Americana with several digital noises, from loops and examples to wide synth washes, complicated drum coding, and organic instrumentation. Blessed Josh Martin in 1981, he was deeply inspired by punk rock and roll, Metallica, and …

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Idiot Glee

Combining components of space rock and roll, Arthur Russell, chillwave, as well as the Seaside Males’ Smile sessions, Lexington, Kentucky-based indie pop crooner James Friley’s echo-laden, keyboard-driven change ego Idiot Glee 1st made an appearance in 2008 following the classically qualified pianist made a decision to keep his lo-fi punk …

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