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Época de Ouro

After spending the ’50s documenting accompanied by an orchestra as well as the Regional do Canhoto, Jacob do Bandolim inserted the ’60s looking for an accompaniment formula even more suitable for his personal taste. The Época de Ouro had been his option. A local (little radio ensemble, regular from the …

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Jimmy Young

Jimmy Small, whose true name is Leslie Ronald Small was created in Cinderford, close to Gloucester and it is among Britain’s most liked radio broadcasters, hosting his own morning hours present on BBC’s Radio 2 between 1973 until his pension in 2002. Before that nevertheless, he had liked a successful …

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Regi

Belgian trance and electronica producer and DJ Regi Penxten was created in Hasselt in March 4, 1976. He started experimenting with noises as a kid, and finally released his initial EP of documented works at age 18. He’s a member from the membership/dance outfit Dairy Inc., which rose to prominence …

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Blondfire

Michigan indie rock and roll outfit Blondfire was made by sibling set, Erica and Bruce Driscoll. Previously referred to as Astaire, the brother-and-sister duo transformed their name to Blondfire to avoid any potential legal inconveniences in the iconic actor’s property. Though their name acquired transformed, they held the band’s audio …

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Romeo

The son of hardcore Southern rap mogul Get good at P, Romeo enjoyed lots one R&B/rap hit along with his debut single, “My Baby,” released in 2001, when the rapper (then referred to as Lil’ Romeo) was only 11 years of age. “My Baby” emerged near topping Billboard’s all-inclusive Scorching …

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Dori Levine

While often from the learners of Lennie Tristano because so many of them have already been her instructors (including Connie Crothers), Dori Levine includes a design and conception of her own. In early stages, Levine sang with her close friends along to vocal group recordings, racking your brains on the …

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Peter Bagge

Seattle-based cartoonist/artist/musician Pete Bagge is most likely best-known for his comic book series Hate, which skewered ’90s society and pop culture with relentlessly satirical glee. Among the series’ preferred goals was Seattle’s grunge picture, and Bagge’s poster and record art for regional bands and brands — like the grandaddy of …

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Goodnight Monsters

Goodnight Monsters certainly are a Finnish indie pop affair whose sunlit harmonies and cute-as-pie sensibilities nod to the Is Ivy Little league, Tullycraft, as well as the Bicycles. The group started as a cooperation between Valtteri Virtanen and Matti Jasu, who began making recordings collectively in 2004. Virtanen and Jasu …

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La Casa Azul

Spanish pop act La Casa Azul began weaving together the sugar pop sounds of groups like ABBA, the B-52’s, as well as the Seaside Boys in the past due ’90s. Created by maker/songwriter Guille Milkyway, the music group increased from indie pop obscurity towards the Spanish Best 40 by using …

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Toy Selectah

Toy Selectah may be the stage name of Mexican DJ, maker, and remix designer Antonio “Plaything” Hernández. Hernández primarily rose to achievement in the past due ’90s as an associate of the important Monterrey-based rap group Control Machete. Currently well-known in Mexico, Control Machete obtained mainstream publicity when their music …

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