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Xutos & Pontapés

Among the surviving rings from the Portuguese rock and roll explosion from the ’80s, Xutos & Pontapés have got a history greater than twenty years. Relaying on 100 % pure rock and roll & roll masterpieces and on melodic compositions pass on through their music, the music group achieved a …

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Old Man’s Child

Blessed in Oslo, Norway beneath the guidance of guitarist/vocalist Thomas “Grusom” Rune and fellow ax-man Jardar, both wanted to develop a task that was filled up with the bleak lyrical articles of present day black colored steel and an impact of early loss of life metal. The outcomes were Aged …

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Noir Désir

French alternative music group Noir Désir shaped in the middle-’80s, made up of vocalist/guitarist Bertrand Cantat, guitarist Serge Teyssot-Gay, bassist Frédéric Vidalenc, and drummer Denis Barthe. The group’s 1st EP, Ou Veux-Tu Que J’Regarde, premiered in 1987. 2 yrs later on, Noir Désir released their debut full-length, Veuillez Rendre l’Âme …

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Metal Urbain

Known as the very first band to utilize synthetic percussion inside a punk rock context, Metallic Urbain utilized heavily distorted guitars, intense vocals, a synthesizer, along with a drum machine to generate a few of the most unique music from the punk era. Shaped in Paris in 1977, this quartet …

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Zoxea

Eschewing the gangster rap that described the Gallic hip-hop scene from the ’90s and only an old-school jazz-funk vibe, MC Zoxea is normally renowned as you of France’s most interesting urban talents. Blessed Jean-Jacques Kodjo in Sevres in 1974, he initial teamed up with Melopheelo and Dany Dan to create …

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Roll Deep

Move Deep were the preeminent, pioneering dirt team prior to the genre was even called dirt. The East London mixture of hip-hop and techy digital music — where the defeat bounces around like it offers the hiccups as well as the rhymes skitter erratically outrageous — evolved from the U.K. …

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Mentallo & the Fixer

Brothers Gary and Dwayne Dassing formed the electronic/industrial group Mentallo & the Fixer in the late ’80s after period spent in Benestrophe. Located in Austin, TX, the brothers released No Rest for the Wicked in 1992 on Simbiose Information, but later agreed upon to Germany’s important Zoth Ommog label. After …

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Ras Kass

Rapper Ras Kass was created John Austin in W, CA; a voracious audience throughout his youngsters, he used his stage name honoring the African king Ras Rass. After liberating a set of self-employed singles, Ras Kass surfaced among the most respectable new rappers in a few time, earning particular acclaim …

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Melechesh

Originally a solo project established in 1993 simply by vocalist/guitarist Melechesh Ashmedi, Melechesh — the band — were among the first death metal/black metal groups to emerge from the town of Jerusalem. Guitarist Moloch and drummer Lord Curse had been recruited the next calendar year, and Melechesh quickly started developing …

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Rappin’ 4-Tay

San Francisco-based Rappin’ 4-Tay (aka Anthony Forté) was new out of senior high school when he debuted in record in Too Short’s “Don’t Combat the Feelin'” (from Lifestyle Is…Too Brief). A conviction for offering marijuana arrived him in jail for ten a few months, but he came back in 1991, …

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