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Zomes

Zomes certainly are a drone-rock duo that began being a single task of Asa Osborne. He’s most widely known for his use Lungfish and its own subgroup Pupils, aswell as being half from the duo Higgs/Osborne with Lungfish frontman Daniel Higgs. Previously, Osborne was a dynamic member in the southern …

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Duke Garwood

Duke Garwood is a London-based multi-instrumentalist and saving artist whose experience on an array of devices has graced several albums by an eclectic selection of musicians. He’s most widely known for his collaborations with songwriter Tag Lanegan and his single work. Given birth to in 1969 in rural Kent, Garwood …

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Silent Servant

Silent Servant may be the pseudonym of Californian techno artist Juan Mendez, and using a musical background stretching back again to the middle-’90s; Mendez is normally no stranger towards the techno picture. Originally making as Jasper and working the experimental techno label Cytrax, Mendez befriended Karl O’Connor (Regis) by the …

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Earthen Sea

Earthen Sea may be the experimental ambient/techno solo project of Jacob Long, most widely known to indie rock and roll fans as an associate from the Dischord-signed post-hardcore group Dark Eyes as well as the dubby, drum-heavy post-punk band Mi Ami. By himself, nevertheless, he crafts dark drone and glacial …

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Zodiac Mprint

A horrorcore task featuring Mitten Condition rappers Blaze Ya Deceased Homie (Chris Rouleau) and R.O.C. (Bryan Jones), Zodiac Mprint debuted in 2007, showing up on two songs on Blaze’s recording Clockwork Gray. Nothing at all more was noticed from your group before 2012 Gathering from the Juggalos, where Blaze announced …

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Young Widows

Though singer Steve Sindoni amicably parted methods with Louisville, Kentucky’s Breather Resist in Dec 2005, the rest of the people — guitarist Evan Patterson (formerly of Dark Cross, the Country wide Acrobat, and different other Louisville rings), bassist Nick Thieneman, and drummer Geoff Paton — weren’t prepared yet to give …

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Dark

The British band Dark made one extremely rare album in 1972, Dark Across the Edges, that melded the hard guitar rock from the era having a jamming sensibility on multi-sectioned lengthy tracks with improvised-sounding passages. Though barely amazing, the record offers some curiosity as an attempt with metallic hard riffs …

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Moon Zero

Moon Zero may be the single ambient task of Tim Garratt, a London-based experimental musician and engineer. Garratt creates his music in unconventional configurations such as for example churches, building clouds of dark, mournful audio from a hill of tape loops, results, and dilapidated musical tools. His compositions are enveloping …

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Heathen

Produced in the mid-’80s in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, Heathen gained a whole lot of attention through their cover version of Sweet’s “Place Me Free of charge.” The music group debuted with 1987’s Breaking the Silence on Fight, and remained well-liked by bands in the Bay Area for a long …

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Morton Feldman

Studied piano with Madame Maurina-Press, comp. with Wallingford Riegger, Stefan Wolpe. Was Edgard Varése Teacher at State School of NY at Buffalo. Began visual works, with open up pitch and tempo, and music “clear of a compositional rhetoric” in early ’50s, eg. Buildings for string quartet (1951). Music with pitches …

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