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Die Sterne

Pass away Sterne are one of the most influential rings to arise from your Hamburger Schule (we.e., Hamburg college) of German rock and roll. Like most of the peers, they’re hard to pin down stylistically, because they attract from post-punk, fresh influx, and funk in addition to contemporary indie noises …

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Thighpaulsandra

Furthermore to his collaborations within a diverse selection of tasks, multi-instrumentalist Thighpaulsandra (a.k.a. Tim Lewis) in addition has set up himself as an experimental single artist. After dealing with Julian Deal on such albums as 20 Moms (1995) and Interpreter (1996), they ultimately produced the ambient task Queen Elizabeth and …

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Yellow Swans

Electro-noise duo the Yellowish Swans created in Portland, OR, in 2001, using the intention of combining punk’s confrontational stance using the aggressively digital audio of glitch. Like a great many other sound performers, Peter Swanson and Gabriel Mindel Saloman self-released many CD-Rs and cassettes of the music, in addition to …

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Brise-Glace

The brainchild of producer/guitarist Jim O’Rourke, Brise-Glace took O’Rourke’s avant-garde leanings and melded them with the post-hardcore of bassist Darin Gray’s Dazzling Killmen. The extremities of the combination were shown well on Brise-Glace’s initial tour in 1994, where it drove the group Support Shasta to the idea of unplugging Brise-Glace’s …

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Yoko Ono

Few ladies in the annals of rock & roll have stirred just as much controversy as Yoko Ono. Although her love with John Lennon was barely the only element straining the associations between the specific Beatles, she produced a easy scapegoat for the group’s separation, and was frequently raked on …

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Alain Johannes

Guitarist, songwriter, and manufacturer Alain Johannes is a mainstay for the American hard rock and roll scene because the later ’80s. Delivered in Chile in 1962, his initial band, Anthym, afterwards renamed WHAT’S This? included Crimson Popular Chili Pepper’ Flea and Hillel Slovak, and in 1987, he teamed up with …

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The Sunburned Hand of the Man

Sunburned Hand of the person is a group within the loose sense of the term; it’s better referred to as a banner under which a collective of musical freaks possess gathered. Located in Boston, Sunburned Hands of the person grew away from trio which known as itself Shit Spangled Banner …

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A Frames

Seattle’s experimental punk trio the A Structures feature vocalist/guitarist Erin Sullivan, bassist Min Yee, and drummer Lars Finberg, most of whom played jointly in some bands — like the Cleverness, the Dipers, as well as the Un-Natural Helpers — because the past due ’90s. Originally referred to as Bend Sinister, …

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Pygmy Lush

A genre-bending experimental sextet from Sterling, VA, Pygmy Lush juggle punk, lo-fi, screamo, post-hardcore, and moody folk-rock, occasionally all at one time. Shaped in 2005 by ex-pg. 99 people Johnny Ward and siblings Mike and Chris Taylor, alongside Mike Widman and David Krepinevich following the dissolution of earlier rings Malady …

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Mount Eerie

Following the release from the Microphones’ 2003 album, Mount Eerie, Washington state songwriter/multi-instrumentalist/producer Phil Elverum took that title because the name of his subsequent project, which extended within the searching experience from the Microphones’ music. He founded the label P.W. Elverum and Sunlight Ltd., releasing a set of CD-Rs, Seven …

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