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A Change of Pace

A BIG CHANGE of Speed initially came jointly around high-school buddies Torry Jasper (vocals/guitar) and Jonathan Kelly (drums), who have been both itching to graduate so they could easily get away from their sleepy hometown of Peoria, AZ. Bonding more than a distributed like of pop-punk, the people would start …

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The Baptist Generals

Crafting lo-fi, acoustic indie rock and roll that attracts comparisons to performers like Roky Erickson, the Music group, Can Oldham, and Howlin’ Wolf, Denton, Tx’ the Baptist Generals feature main associates singer/guitarist Chris Flemmons and drummer Steven Hill. Originally called the indegent Bastard Sons, the group produced in the past …

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Expelled

The Expelled were an Oi!-flavored punk band shaped in 1981 in Western Yorkshire, England; a demonstration tape got them agreed upon to the Riot Town label, for whom they documented two singles. Travels with bands just like the Exploited and Vice Squad implemented, but inner unrest resulted in original lead …

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Syd Straw

Vocalist, vocalist/songwriter, and guitarist Syd Straw initial made a name for herself within the Golden Palominos, a music group led by Anton Fier that enjoyed a cult following within the 1980s. Her Capricorn Information debut, Battle and Peace, premiered in 1996, and since that time, her unique mixture of folk-rock …

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Blind Lemon Jefferson

Nation blues guitarist and vocalist Blind Lemon Jefferson is indisputably one of many figures in nation blues. He was of the best in many relation, being among the founders of Tx blues (alongside Tx Alexander), one of the most important country bluesmen ever, one of the most well-known bluesmen from …

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Bleach

Bleach is really a Uk guitar-rock quartet formed in July 1989 by brothers Neil Singleton (b.1965 09 14, Ipswich, Suffolk, England) (guitar) and Nick Singleton (b.1968 02 02, Ipswich, Suffolk, England) (bass), Steve Scott (b.1963 11 29, Norwich, Norfolk, Britain) (drums), and Salli Carson (b.1966 10 06, Yorkshire, Britain) (vocals). …

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Atticus Ross

English composer/producer/programmer Atticus Ross spent some time working steadily because the middle-’90s, collaborating with Tim Simenon’s Bomb the Bass and Barry Adamson like a programmer, and performing along with his personal music group with wife Claudia Sarne, 12 Rounds. The duo’s 1st recording, 1996’s Jitterjuice, premiered by Polydor within the …

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Blind Boy Fuller

Unlike blues artists like Big Expenses or Memphis Minnie who documented extensively over 3 or 4 decades, Blind Guy Fuller documented his significant body of work over a brief, six-year span. Even so, he was perhaps one of the most documented performers of his period and the most well-known and …

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Blacktop

Blacktop was the initial post-Gories task for Mick Collins. While like the famous garage area punk three-piece, Blacktop is really a clear progression, with regards to musicianship and songwriting skill, for Collins and can be the start of his motion towards noisier materials. The band’s audio was fuller and much …

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The Bleeders

A punk rock and roll combo hailing from New Zealand, the Bleeders (vocalist Angelo Munro, guitarist Ian Ruler, guitarist Hadleigh Donald, bassist Gareth Stack, and drummer Ruler George Clark) debuted on-stage in early 2003. In the summertime of that yr, they embarked on classes to record their 1st EP, entitled …

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