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Steve Mason

The songscrap producer and haunted vocalist who made the Beta Music group among the brightest lighting in Great Britain’s post-Brit-pop world, Steve Mason was created in Edinburgh and formed the group through the middle-’90s. The Beta Music group was originally a duo comprising Mason and Gordon Anderson, although Anderson remaining …

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Alastor

Not to end up being confused using the various other two black steel acts writing the name, Austria’s Alastor had become in 1995 — albeit under a different name or two before settling after 2000. The account of the music group changed over time, but the music group maintained a …

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Ester Brinkmann

Ester Brinkmann may be the part task of minimal techno/experimental maker Thomas Brinkmann. Implementing his sister’s name for the task, Brinkmann produced his debut as Ester with Totes Rennen around the Imagine imprint in 1998. An extended affair of minimal techno using philosophers’ text messages as vocals, Brinkmann adopted it …

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Philip E Karnats

Former person in Dallas rings Bobgoblin and Tripping Daisy (whom he joined up with in trumpet and electric guitar in 1997 as well as for whom he played in Jesus Hits Just like the Atom Bomb), Philip E Karnats was back his indigenous Chicago when he documented the music for …

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Dak

Dakim Saadiq (who also produces music under his 1st name, aswell while just Dak) can be an experimental beatmaker from Detroit by method of LA. The reclusive designer was among the 1st signings to Matthewdavid’s Departing Information, and his fractured, lo-fi test constructions have gained compliment from L.A. defeat scene …

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Art & Language

Founded in 1967, Art & Language is usually a celebrated conceptual art collective located in the uk. Art & Vocabulary was made by Terry Atkinson, David Bainbridge, Michael Baldwin, and Harold Hurrell, four performers and academics who have been located in the Western Midlands community of Coventry. Embracing a multitude …

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Vibert/Simmonds

To check out the production credits in Vibert/Simmonds’ just album, the listener is normally led to think that the act is normally a duo comprising Luke Vibert and Jeremy Simmonds. Within a complicated work of techno subterfuge, nevertheless, Vibert may be the just one in charge of the 1993 LP …

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Cos

An obscure jazz-rock band that existed in the mid-’70s through the first ’80s, Cos was led simply by singer/oboe player Pascale Son, and in addition included members Daniel Schell (flute, electric guitar), Bob Darsch (drums), Alain Goutier (bass), and Charles Loos (keyboards). Personal referred to as a “combination of jazz …

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Kolibri

An spectacular outgrowth from the Leningrad Rock and roll Membership, Kolibri flourished on the crossroads of two cultural eras, charming hard rock-calloused viewers using their vocal harmonies and womanly wiles. Led by eccentric diva Natalya Pivovarova (previously of Sergei Kuryohin’s group Pop-Mehanika [Pop Auto mechanic]), they sang their missing melodies …

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Chris Meloche

Canadian composer Chris Meloche continues to be composing music for electro-acoustic and multimedia performance because the early ’80s, launching only some of that focus on small-run cassettes and, recently, experimental ambient labels. Although his formal schooling continues to be limited, Meloche provides pursued independent research of Stockhausen, Reich, Cage, Riley, …

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