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Steve Cohn

Piano, composer, percussion. Pianist whose function has moved even more to the exterior through the ’80s, also blended African, contemporary traditional components into his function.

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Slapp Happy

Avant-pop cult most favorite Slapp Happy shaped in Hamburg, Germany in 1972; there vocalist Dagmar Krause, a veteran from the folk group the town Preachers, first fulfilled English experimental composer Anthony Moore, who experienced previously issued a set of single LPs, Pieces from your Cloudland Ballroom and Secrets from the …

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Virgil Moorefield

Virgil Moorefield was created in NEW YORK and raised in Italy, Germany, and Switzerland. He started his career being a composer, settling in NY after getting his B.A. and M.A. in 1979 from Columbia University or college. Moorefield’s first recording, Transformations, was documented with his music group, Equal Character, and …

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Amps for Christ

Electronic primitivist project Amps for Christ was primarily the task of Claremont, California-based Henry Barnes, formerly of sludge metallic/hardcore legends Man May be the Bastard and severe noise offshoot Bastard Sound. An store for Barnes’ desire for polyethnic folk customs and faux-Celtic mysticism, Amps for Christ demonstrated equally distinctive because …

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Tav Falco’s Panther Burns

The master of the raw and shambolic fusion of rockabilly, blues, and fractured noise, Tav Falco was, combined with the Cramps, among the earliest purveyors of what would become referred to as psychobilly (though his version from the sound lacked the campy horror movie ambience others taken to it), and …

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ShelleyDevoto

Between your years 1976 and 2000 — years that bridge the gap with time from Howard Devoto’s departure from Buzzcocks to the entire year where Devoto and fellow Buzzcocks founder Pete Shelley began operating together for another time — Shelley, since it is well-known, continued with Buzzcocks on through another …

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Trashmonk

Cyber-folkie Trashmonk was the truth is singer/songwriter Nick Laird-Clowes, best-known for fronting the pastoral folk-pop music group the Fantasy Academy. Born Feb 5, 1957, his rather exceptional story starts in earnest at age 13, when he went from his Western world London home to wait the Isle of Wight celebration; …

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Stefano Battaglia

Italian pianist Stefano Battaglia has documented regularly for the Splasc(h) label since his debut like a leader in 1987, Things Ain’t What They Utilized to End up being. By that point, he previously been playing piano for 15 years and got graduated through the Conservatory of Milan 3 years prior. …

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Paul Bley

Pianist Paul Bley, whose first recordings appear to be Al Haig or Bud Powell, took the designs and techniques connected with Oscar Peterson, Wynton Kelly and Expenses Evans to fresh degrees of creative experimentation, becoming an essential force in contemporary music by merging the best components in bop and early …

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Townes Van Zandt

Townes Vehicle Zandt’s music doesn’t leap along, wear fancy clothing, or beat round the bush. Whether he was performing a silent, introspective country-folk track or a traveling, hungry blues, Vehicle Zandt’s lyrics and melodies had been filled with the type of haunting truth and beauty which you understood instinctively. His …

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