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Branford Marsalis

The oldest from the four musical Marsalis brothers, Branford Marsalis has already established an extraordinary career. After their studies at Southern School and Berklee, Branford toured European countries with the Artwork Blakey big music group in the summertime of 1980 (playing baritone), performed 90 days with Clark Terry, and spent …

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Soledad Brothers

The dark blues duo Soledad Brothers began in early 1998 after guitarist/vocalist Johnny Wirick (a.k.a. Johnny Walker) asked drummer Ben Smith (a.k.a. Ben Swank) if he wished to play a present. Since then, they will have documented for Detroit’s Italy Information and Bellingham, Washington’s Estrus label. Wirick and Smith’s relationship …

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Susanna

Norwegian singer/pianist Susanna Wallumrød began performing in Norway in 2000 as Susanna & the Marvelous Orchestra with keyboardist Morten Qvenild. The duo’s exclusive mixture of atmospheric jazz, rock and roll, and electronica spawned Set of Lamps and Buoys (2004) and Melody Hill (2006). Susanna released her debut single album, the …

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The Blow

The Blow are an electro-pop music group featuring Khaela Maricich and Melissa Dyne. Maricich previously released recordings beneath the name Obtain the Hell Taken care of from the Volcano, and she documented (by using some guests) for K beneath the name the Blow, you start with 2002’s Reward Album, that …

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Super Furry Animals

Super Furry Pets were among the initial post-alternative bands, fusing together several disparate musical genres — including power pop, punk rock, techno, and intensifying rock — developing a shimmering, melodic, irreverent, and willfully artsy rock & roll. Among the leading rings of the middle-’90s Welsh motion, they were currently tagged …

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Sorten Muld

Merging traditional Scandinavian folk music with contemporary electronic is better than, the Danish trio Sorten Muld comprised Ulla Bendixen, Martin Døssing Ottosen and Henrik Esben Munch. Debuting in 1996 using a self-titled LP, a calendar year afterwards the group came back with Tag II, a greatly successful work which earned …

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Angélique Kidjo

Afro-funk, reggae, samba, salsa, gospel, jazz, Zairean rhumba, zouk, and makossa are combined with the music of soulful Benin-born, Paris-based vocalist Angélique Kidjo. Because the discharge of her self-produced debut single album, Quite, in 1988, Kidjo continues to be embraced with the worldwide press. Her albums have already been strengthened …

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Asteroid No. 4

Mixing affects like Mazzy Star, the Brian Jonestown Massacre, and Medicine making use of their personal space pop, the Psychedelphia combo Asteroid Zero. 4 debuted in 1995 using the CIA Took My Puppy Aside EP. After three years’ well worth of intensive touring over the U.S. in addition to contributing …

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Philip Krumm

Philip Krumm studied with Raymond Moses and Frank Sturchio in St. Mary’s School and finished his graduate research with Ross Lee Finney on the School of Michigan. He also made up with Karlheinz Stockhausen at U.C. Davis. He shown new music celebrations in the McNay Artwork Institute with “Blue” Gene …

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The And/Ors

The And/Ors are comprised of music industry veterans: four music enthusiasts who came together from previous indie rock rings of the past due ’90s. Interstate Ten’s Daniel Dark was known for abrasive however poetic lyrical imagery and collectively he and Thee Psychic Hearts’ Street Miller (acoustic guitar) and Crash Worship’s …

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