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Like a Kind of Matador

Chiseled in the same slab of impossibly dense rock as the Melvins, Earth, Skullflower, Boris, Harvey Milk, and early King Crimson, English doom steel outfit Such as a Sort of Matador build sludge-kissed ambient landscapes of appear that bring with them echoes of prog rock and roll, art rock and …

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The Boy Will Drown

A math-metal music group from Norwich, Britain, the Boy Can Drown formed in 2005 and issued their initial eponymous EP independently simply two years afterwards, quickly earning respectability using their incredibly organic musicianship aswell as the fury of their shows. Fittingly, by 2009, vocalist Tom, guitarist Liam, bassist Adam, and …

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Majeure

The project of Zombi’s A.E. Paterra, Majeure — which took its name through the Tangerine Dream record Power Majeure — delves right into a somewhat different world of electronic-leaning prog rock and roll than his use Steve Moore, rather exploring a far more rhythmic, danceable strategy. Along with distributed Zombi …

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Adept

Influenced with the pioneers of electronic music — rings like New Purchase and Suicide — aswell as later on modern rock brands like Thom Yorke and Liars, Dutch electro-rock outfit Adept released their first album in 2007. A self-titled affair, the Wham!Wham! discharge was greeted with open up arms critically …

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Morphogenesis

Morphogenesis is among the couple of improvisational groups even now active who also traces their lineage never to jazz improvisation, but towards the live electronic music of John Cage, Karlheinz Stockhausen, AMM, and Musica Electronica Viva (M.E.V.). They eschew virtuosic shows of instrumental prowess, preferring a collective consistency and group …

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Django Django

Although this psychedelic art pop quartet formed in Dalston, London by the end of 2008, the bandmembers had met previously in the decade in the Edinburgh College of Artwork. Vocalist and guitarist Vinny Neff and drummer Dave Maclean performed their 1st impromptu East London live times with Duncan Marquiss of …

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Tom Trefethen

In the mid-’70s, engineer, songwriter, and musician Tom Trefethen began an extended association with soft rock-band Ambrosia, engineering their first three albums. The roots of this relationship can be tracked to the first ’60s when Trefethen and upcoming Ambrosia bassist Joe Puerta struck up a camaraderie, learning electric guitar and …

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Gallops

Presenting a combined bag of appear and noises that includes harsh electronics, sparse post-rock, jagged guitars, and raucous percussion, Gallops are an alternative solution instrumental trio from Wrexham, North Wales. Composed of Tag Huckridge (acoustic guitar, electronics, secrets), Brad Whyte (acoustic guitar, secrets), and Liam Edwards (drums), the group shaped …

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Foehn

Foehn may be the pseudonym of Debbie Parsons. After a stint employed in Third Attention Foundation, she proceeded to go single. She released Inside out Eye in 1997. The follow-up was Silent Light. Another disk she released was Hidden Movie theater Soundtrack. She information her function in her house, and …

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Caroliner

Part of an extended type of avant-garde weirdos from your Bay Region, Caroliner — aka Caroliner Rainbow — often described itself seeing that “industrial bluegrass,” that was likely the closest anyone ever found pegging their uncategorizable audio. Their music had been rooted in 19th hundred years Americana and the type …

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