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Hawkwind

Any sci-fi fan with an extended memory space probably remembers those 1970s’ DAW paperback editions of Michael Moorcock’s sword-and-sorcery novels, making use of their pictures of heavily armored, very muscular warriors carrying huge swords and standing up against eerie scenery and starscapes. Consider that imagery, toss in some brands and …

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The Hawklords

Essentially a Hawkwind spin-off band, the Hawklords’ run hardly lasted annually, but proved significant in convincing founder-guitarist Dave Brock to provide his parent band yet another shot. The original impetus grew from Hawkwind’s six-week support stint within the U.S. between Feb and Apr 1978. Brock apparently found the workout therefore …

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Major Stars

Mixing music improvisation and jam music group tendencies with traces of psychedelic hard rock and roll, Major Stars had been shaped in the past due ’90s by many veterans from the Boston scene. Vocalist/guitarist Wayne Rogers, guitarist Kate Biggar (also called Kate Town), bassist Tom Leonard, and drummer Dave Lynch …

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Danny Ben-Israel

Israeli psychedelic pioneer Danny Ben-Israel was created and raised in Tel Aviv, starting his music profession while serving within the Israeli Protection Forces’ Northern Order alongside potential pop superstars Gadi Yagil and Koby Oshrat. While still within the IDF he liked some Israeli pop strikes, and pursuing his release he …

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Havoc

Among the less-heralded architects of ’90s hardcore rap, Queens indigenous producer-MC Havoc (given birth to Kejuan Muchita) hardly ever received exactly the same degree of credit accorded to Wu-Tang Clan’s RZA, but his productions on his albums with Prodigy as Mobb Deep — specifically 1995’s common The Infamous — were …

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DJ Wally

An associate of New York’s Water Sky family members, DJ Wally started acquiring trip-hop into brand-new directions with three EPs recorded for his very own label, Sams Jointz. The monitors contained a fantastic variety of noises, encompassing ambient, funk, jungle, and also a solid workout in ’70s nostalgia — a …

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Headset

The brainchild of producer, DJ, and Plug Analysis label owner Allen Avanessian, the loose project Headset went from dreams to reality when Avanessian was contacted by ~scape label head Stefan Betke. Betke’s obtain a monitor to get a compilation prompted Avanessian to contact Jimmy Tamborello of Dntel, Figurine, as well …

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Harry “The Hipster” Gibson

Harry “the Hipster” Gibson, a talented if eccentric pianist/vocalist, had his short moment of popularity before fading into obscurity. He began playing on 52nd Road being a stride pianist and in 1944 also performed “Within a Mist” at an Eddie Condon City Hall concert. Nonetheless it was his crazy compositions …

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Damon Albarn

Because the frontman for Blur and Gorillaz, Damon Albarn helped form the Uk mainstream through the ’90s and beyond, first establishing himself like a Brit-pop icon before growing into hip-hop, opera, electronica, and globe music. Given birth to in London on March 23, 1968, he grew up inside a bohemian …

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Jimmy Shubert

Comedian Jimmy Shubert was created and raised in Philadelphia, and chosen a profession in entertainment following going to the Philadelphia SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL for Innovative and Performing Arts, where he majored in play (and took great take pleasure in starting to be the school’s citizen class clown, in addition to …

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