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AIDS Wolf

A noisy experimental music group with “improv tendencies,” Helps Wolf originally played gigs using the Unicorns, Wolf Parade, among others within the Montreal indie picture, but their chaotic sound has a lot more regarding Whitehouse, PRE, and An Albatross, rings they’ve also shared the stage with. After touring across Canada, …

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The Ladies

Indie rock and roll, uncontrolled sound, and organic — nearly prog rock and roll — melody structures all collide in the wonderful world of the Females. If this noises type of like Pinback fits Hella, it is because the Females are made up of the former’s Rob Crow as well …

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War from a Harlots Mouth

The imaginatively named extreme music quintet War from a Harlots Mouth area comes from Berlin, Germany, and plays a violent mixture of mathematics metallic, grindcore, and assorted unrelated genres (indeed, they refute association with any specific music style). After obtaining their begin in 2005, the group documented a break up …

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The Books

The Books’ story began in 2000, when Nick Zammuto and Paul de Jong met through a pal in NEW YORK. Sharing similar passions but differing backgrounds in acoustic music and discovered audio, Zammuto and de Jong experimented and plunked apart with a variety of melody, consumer electronics, and ethereal atmospherics. …

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Grand Corps Malade

Grand Corps Malade was the alias of People from france rapper and metropolitan poet Fabien Marsaud, something of Paris’ difficult north suburb Seine-Saint-Denis given birth to July 31, 1977. A diving incident experienced on his 20th birthday remaining Marsaud permanently handicapped, uplifting the Grand Corps Malade moniker — approximately translated, …

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Alex Chilton

Within a business that reinvents itself at every turn, Alex Chilton thrived for four decades using a three-fold career — his early recordings using the Box Tops, the albums he did with Big Star within the middle-’70s and following the group re-formed with a fresh lineup in 1993, as well …

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Alan Sparhawk

Alan Sparhawk and his wife Mimi Parker shaped the minimalist slowcore group Lower in 1993 to counter-top the then-burgeoning grunge picture of Duluth, MN. As vocalist and guitarist, Sparhawk led the important indie clothing to more common attention using the much-lauded Points We Lost within the Fire, as well as …

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Arthur Doyle

Saxophonist/flutist/vocalist Arthur Doyle is hardly by itself in his placement being a marginal jazz body. In an talent known because of its many studies and tribulations (both creative and economic), Doyle hasn’t produced his circumstance any less complicated by wanting to carve one path across the music’s outskirts. The actual …

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Yves Robert

Building on an extraordinary technique along with a fertile creativity, France trombonist Yves Robert has generated an extremely personal world which sometimes expands beyond the confines of jazz but never bows to style. Yves Robert examined flute and trombone on the Music Conservatory in Vichy. Early in his profession, Robert …

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Zero Hour

Progressive metallic outfit No Hour was shaped in the SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA Bay area in 1993 by brothers Troy (bass) and Jasun Tipton (guitar), alongside longtime friend Mike Man (drums). The visit a vocalist appeared to be over when Frank Mendez (previously of Rogue’s Gallery) became a member of …

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