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Dr. Octagon

After single-handedly redefining “warped” because the brain and mouth area behind the Bronx-based Ultramagnetic MC’s, “Kool” Keith Thornton — aka Tempo X, aka Dr. Octagon, aka Dr. Dooom, aka Mr. Gerbik — going for the external reaches from the stratosphere with a number of solo tasks. A onetime psychiatric individual …

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Dr. Dooom

Dr. Dooom is among the many alter egos developed by NY rapper Kool Keith. The Dooom personality was made as Keith started to car tire of his prior stint as Dr. Octagon, “eliminating” Doc Ock on “Who Killed Doctor Octagon?” the very first an eye on First Arrive, First Offered. …

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Ty Tabor

King’s X guitarist Ty Tabor was created on Sept 17, 1961, in Jackson, MS. As a young child, he started playing electric guitar and produced a bluegrass music group with his sibling on banjo and his dad on washtub bass; they performed celebrations around Mississippi and opened up for nation …

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The Luniz

Oakland rap duo Luniz, original named Luni Tunz, contains Yukmouth (Jerold Ellis III) and Numskull (Garrick Husbands), two friends who knew one another since junior high. The duo obtained popularity after six years jointly when they made an appearance on Dru Down’s Explicit Video game record. Their debut record, Operation …

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Drowningman

Not conveniently pigeonholed, Drowningman’s blisteringly intense sound combines components of rock, modern hardcore, grinding noise, mathematics rock and roll, and emo (both in its melodic and progressive, Dischord-esque forms). The music group was formed within the improbable college city of Burlington, VT; its associates included vocalist Simon Brody, guitarists Javin …

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G.B.H.

The influential, long-lived punk metal band G.B.H. increased to prominence in Britain through the early ’80s when hardcore punk started inching toward rock. Originally created in 1979 in Birmingham, Britain, G.B.H. in the beginning known as itself Charged G.B.H. to differentiate itself from another music group using the same name. …

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down MF

Forging a union of post-punk noisemaking and soul-baring angst, down MF begins with a tone of voice that oozes melancholy, contempt, and mordant wit all at one time. Combine the tone of voice with the audio of the jagged guitar that prefers in order to avoid the reduced end and …

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Drive-By Truckers

Boasting a variety of Southern take great pride in, erudite lyrics, along with a muscled three-guitar assault, Drive-By Truckers became probably one of the most well-respected alternative country-rock functions from the 2000s. Led by frontman Patterson Hood and having a revolving solid of Georgia and Alabama natives, the music group …

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Demon Hunter

Sgt. Serpent, Chuck Knuckles, Utah Biggs, Arm, and John Gredal comprise the large, aggressive metal noises of Seattle’s Demon Hunter. They installed with Aaron Sprinkle (MxPx, Dolour, Poor Aged Lu) because of their Solid Condition self-titled debut, which made an appearance in fall 2002. Their specific identities were afterwards uncovered …

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Twisted Black

Although he was created in Detroit, rapper Twisted Black (aka 145) entered the hip-hop game by method of Texas. With fellow lyricist Seed he debuted as one-half of Houston favorites One Gud Cide, who in 1996 released the full-length Appear What the Roads Made. Once the recording do well on …

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