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Tropic of Cancer

Combining goths, shoegazers, techno aficionados, and minimal wave enthusiasts, Tropic of Cancer’s unique appear draws from many of these scenes whilst also sketching within their followers. Produced in 2007 being a collaborative task between Camella Lobo and her partner Juan Mendez — also known for his techno function beneath the …

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Inhaler

Originally headed simply by James Barnard (vocals/guitar) and Dave Patrick (drums), the London-based Inhaler debuted in 1995 using their arrangements of large guitars, samples, and techno drum loops. As their cross usage of dance and metallic continuing, Garth Drunsden ultimately required over on drums along with a range of bass …

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Macbeth

A goth steel music group very much in the same vein as Evanescence or Lacuna Coil, Italy’s Macbeth formed in 1995. Led by their drummer, Fabrizio, Macbeth documented a six-track demonstration — Nocturnal Embrace — in 1997. Macbeth had been soon agreed upon to Dragonheart, which helped release a the …

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Washer

Formed in the tail-end of 2013 in Brooklyn, Mike Quigley and Kieran McShane’s Washer quickly became a staple of the brand new York D.We.Y. scene using their make of skewed, lo-fi punk. In early 2014, the duo documented their debut EP in Quigley’s parents’ cellar in Long Isle. Produced and …

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Benighted

A French loss of life metal music group, Benighted formed in 1998. Originally composed of associates Julien Truchan (vocals), Olivier Gabriel (guitars), Liem Nguyen (guitars), Fred Fayolle (drums), and Graph (bass), the group was a combined mix of loss of life metal, black steel, and grindcore. This is the audio …

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Rema-Rema

Formed following the dissolution from the Versions, loud post-punks Rema-Rema had been a short-lived 4AD quintet that contains Mick Allen (bass/vocals), Marco Pirroni (guitar), Tag Cox (keyboards), Gary Asquith (guitar/vocals), and Dorothy Utmost Prior (drums). The Steering wheel in the Roses EP, the band’s lone launch, featured one part of …

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DJ Richard

A co-founder of outsider home label White Materials, DJ Richard received very much acclaim for his anxious, somewhat bleak undertake ambient techno and home. Originally from Rhode Isle, he began within the Providence sound scene before engaging in dance music. Along with Rhode Isle School of Style classmate Quinn Taylor …

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MGR

Which the guitarist of post-metal pioneers Isis would take up a side task consisting mainly of ambient guitar explorations was, in all probability, a surprise to no-one. That task, MGR — which means Mustard Gas & Roses — is normally led by Michael Gallagher, and got its begin around 2005. …

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Incarnated

Hailing from Bialystok, Poland, Incarnated focus on unapologetically sludgy, intentionally filthy-sounding grindcore, that they proudly explain as “Gorephobic Slaughtering Steel” — like there’s any concern with gore within their gleefully disgusting compositions. Founded in 1992 by vocalist/guitarist Pierscien, Incarnated provides recorded many demos, minis, and divide releases over time, plus …

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Thorsten Profrock

Thorsten Profrock’s dub production-style method of techno leads to the innovative design of acoustically made up electronic music which has produced him one of the most essential producers in String Reaction’s steady of ambitious artists. And also other techno-savvy youths such as for example Rene Lowe, Profrock gravitated quickly toward …

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