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Liturgy

Liturgy is a dark steel group from Brooklyn, NY, made up of Hunt Hendrix, Greg Fox, Tyler Dusenbury, and Bernard Gann. Impressed by the extreme blastbeats, cyclical electric guitar riffs, and howling vocals, 20 Buck Spin agreed upon Liturgy because of their first record, Renihilation, in ’09 2009. Afterwards, the …

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Debris’

The city of Chickasha, Oklahoma, may seem an unlikely birthplace of the seminal experimental proto-art-punk band set on pushing the boundaries of rock. When confronted with indifference, as well as redneck hostility, and long lasting only a season, Particles’ forged a little legacy using its D.We.Con. ethic and improvised playing …

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Rusuden

Rusuden may be the electronic alias of Justin Morgan. Originally an associate of varied indie rock tasks, a passing curiosity about electronic music shortly became a interest, and by 1999 Morgan was executing frequently as Rusuden. As well as some close friends, Morgan founded the Fu Guy Chaw imprint, and …

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Joane Hétu

Saxophonist, vocalist, improviser, composer, and record label supervisor Joane Hétu rates among the pillars from the Montreal avant-garde music picture revolving round the collective Ambiances Magnétiques. A little but very persistent woman, she produced a profession for herself getting started of nowhere at age group 19, to become effective businesswoman …

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Palinckx

Probably one of the most organic and exciting avant-garde rock and roll groups from holland, Palinckx, the creature of brothers Jacques and Bert Palinckx, can be very frustrating to check out. The group has truly gone from a post-psychedelic Zappa-fied ensemble for an avant-punk quartet, puzzling enthusiasts on every recording …

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Débile Menthol

Also for aficionados of European avant rock and roll from the ’70s and ’80s, certainly a specialized batch of listeners, the Swiss ensemble Débile Menthol could possibly be considered a cult music group. One might believe their rather user-friendly make of avant-gardism could have resulted in a fairly sizable viewers, …

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Speaker Bite Me

Danish experimental pop outfit Speaker Bite Me were energetic within their country’s substitute/indie rock scene through the past due ’90s and early 2000s, launching some well-received albums in both Danish and British on a number of different labels and earning the tag “the Danish Sonic Youth.” They got a thorough …

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Out of Worship

Among the many aspect tasks for June of 44 drummer Doug Scharin, Out of Worship (aka Out in Worship) was essentially a duo with guitarist Joe Goldring, as well as help from helping musicians seeing that needed. Scharin acquired begun his profession using the slowcore rings Codeine and Rex before …

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Dominique Répécaud

French guitarist Dominique Répécaud is recognized as very much for his involvement to free-rock organizations Soixante Étages and Étage 34 for his participation in the influential avant-garde music event Musique Actions in Vandoeuvre-les-Nancy (France). His profession consists of brief episodes of general public activity interspersed with very long periods of …

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MicroCosmos

Microcosmos is Otomo Yoshihide’s task with vocalist Tenko where Yoshihide performs on drum machine, electric guitar and a mixing machine using CDs and LPs. JAPAN experimental duo’s initial documenting was 1999’s Pilgrimage in the Tzadik label.

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