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The Seattle-based group Octant is known as because of its third member, a robotic drummer developed by singer/songwriter/guitarist/keyboardist/inventor Matt Steinke. Also an associate of Mocket and Satisfact, Steinke researched kinetic artwork and music at Evergreen Condition College and researched consumer electronics after graduation. Desperate to combine each one of these …

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Vending Machine

The moniker for the solo project of Big Ass Truck guitarist Robby Offer, Vending Machine incorporates components of lo-fi rock, folk, funk, garage, singer/songwriter pop, and other things that happens to strike Grant’s fancy. His debut, Unleavened Loaf of bread, premiered on Yep Roc in 1997. Having used the Vending …

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The British electronic trio Plone formed in 1994 when Mike “Billy” Bainbridge, Tag Cancellara, and Michael Johnston began tinkering with aged drum machines, analogue synths, and trippy effects. Naming themselves after an imaginary cartoonlike audio, Plone began helping likeminded groups such as for example Pram and Broadcast at gigs in …

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Louis Philippe

Louis Philippe might still be most widely known like a purveyor of creamy pop confections for Mike Alway’s wonderfully eccentric él label, yet his function continued to deepen and develop long after él little bit the dirt in 1989. He once referred to his music as “within the range from …

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