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Black Dice

Hailed as sonic groundbreakers or derided as alienating and pretentious, Brooklyn’s Black colored Dice force the limits of hardcore and noise rock and roll. Acquiring their cues from Melt Banana, Merzbow, and Harry Pussy, Dark Dice fixate on several records per “melody” and concentrate on producing a audio that’s as …

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King Crimson

When there is one group that embodies progressive rock and roll, it really is King Crimson. Led by electric guitar/Mellotron virtuoso Robert Fripp, during its initial five many years of lifestyle the music group stretched both language and framework of rock and roll into realms of jazz and traditional music, …

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Avenger

Newcastle, England’s Avenger was formed in past due 1982 by vocalist Brian Ross and bassist Mick Moore following a collapse of the former group, Blitzkrieg (yes, that music group, whose eponymous music was later on famously included in Metallica). Lately relocated to Newcastle using their unique home foundation in the …

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The Flaming Lips

Even inside the eclectic world of alternative rock and roll, few bands were therefore brave, therefore frequently brilliant, therefore deliciously weird because the Flaming Lip area. From their origins as Oklahoma weirdos with their mid-’90s pop lifestyle breakthrough with their status among the many respected sets of the 21st hundred …

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Atrocity

One of the most unique artists within the loss of life metallic field, Atrocity began while vocalist Alex Krull’s brainchild in the past due ’80s. Teamed with guitarist Mathias Roderer, bassist Oliver Klassen, drummer Michael Schwarz, and guitarist Richard Scharff, they released an individual in 1990, “Blue Bloodstream,” accompanied by …

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Moonlight Agony

Moonlight Agony was founded in Kungsbacka, Sweden and their early years (from 1999) were fraught with ever-changing music group names and employees, yet their music currently dabbled within the progressive power metallic that could characterize long term albums, while evidenced by way of a trio of 2001 and 2002 demos. …

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José Carreras

José Carreras, among the renowned “3 Tenors,” was created Josep Carreras (Josep is his Catalan name, the same as the Castilian Spanish José) in Barcelona in 1946. He started singing at an extremely early age; family members lore retains that he serenaded people on the voyage house from Argentina when …

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Atticus Ross

English composer/producer/programmer Atticus Ross spent some time working steadily because the middle-’90s, collaborating with Tim Simenon’s Bomb the Bass and Barry Adamson like a programmer, and performing along with his personal music group with wife Claudia Sarne, 12 Rounds. The duo’s 1st recording, 1996’s Jitterjuice, premiered by Polydor within the …

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Heimataerde

The Templar-obsessed electro-industrial group Heimataerde (“House Soil”) cleverly combined three separate yet related genres from Germany’s “dark scene” to generate a thing that was both fresh and new, yet rooted within the distant past. Their usage of middle ages instruments (especially bagpipes) and melodies had not been unique alone. The …

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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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