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Greg Keelor

Singer-guitarist Greg Keelor is one-half from the active songwriting partnership that has been somewhat of the Canadian Lennon/McCartney during the period of the ’80s and ’90s. Keelor’s growl of the tone of voice and ’60s rock and roll sensibility may be the gravel street beneath the sun-drenched clear shades and …

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Flying Saucer Attack

Shaped in Bristol, England in 1992, the elusive avant-noise space-rock task Flying Saucer Assault primarily comprised the duo of singer/guitarists David Pearce and Rachel Brook, refugees through the group Lynda’s Strange Holiday who shaped FSA as an outlet for his or her fascination with home-recording experimentation (they trapped to a …

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Grace Griffith

Having a crystal-clear vocal tone that is weighed against the later Sandy Denny, Washington, D.C.-structured vocalist Grace Griffith has taken the songs from the Celtic Isles to america. A former person in Celtic folk trio, Connemara, Griffith provides continued to broaden on Celtic customs being a soloist. The Washington Region …

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Gregor Samsa

Gregor Samsa certainly are a music group from Richmond, VA, who take their impact from the first British shoegazer picture. (They aren’t to be puzzled having a 1990s Illinois band of the same name.) The outfit was shaped in 2000 by Champ Bennett and Nikki Ruler, and called itself following …

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Gayle Adams

A Washington, D.C., vocalist who also worked well like a comedian as well as briefly raced vehicles, disco diva Gayle Adams liked sporadic achievement in the first and middle-’80s. She authorized with Prelude in 1980, and her following LP, Gayle Adams, included the solitary “Stretch’in Out.” She obtained more interest …

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Futurebound

Futurebound, aka Brendan Collins, was created and bred in Liverpool and got his initial flavor of dance music after going to illegal raves by the end from the ’80s when the U.K. acidity house picture was completely effect. Enamored with the picture, he used DJing, and guaranteed his 1st residency …

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Greater California

Long Seaside, CA, quintet Greater California combines the psychedelic sounds of Odessey & Oracle-era Zombies using the late-night atmospherics of contemporaries like Culture of Rockets and Low. Shaped in the summertime of 2000, the music group includes multi-instrumentalists Terry Prine, Nick Benich, Chris Berens, Kari Prine, and Paul Sakry. Their …

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Funk d’Void

Around the techno part of tech-house, Lars Sandberg’s streamlined recordings as Funk D’Void enlivened the fertile Glasgow techno picture through the mid-’90s thanks to Soma Recordings, the label owned by local scene-heads Slam. He started DJing hip-hop and home around Glasgow in the middle-’80s and later on began recording aswell, …

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The Future Sound of London

First named the dance duo in back of the membership hits “Stakker” (simply because Humanoid) and “Papua New Guinea,” Future Audio of London afterwards became perhaps one of the most acclaimed and respected experimental ambient groupings. Their work includes components of techno, traditional, jazz, hip-hop, electro, commercial, psychedelic rock and …

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Fragile State

Fragile State may be the moniker from the Uk duo Neil Cowley and Ben Mynott, both highly skilled in the music industry. Cowley, (keyboards) toured thoroughly with No 7 and many other organizations. He has collected a range of creation credits, including Freil (whose solitary was on San Francisco’s acclaimed …

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