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Big Walnuts Yonder

A collaboration between 4 celebrated figures in the independent music community, Big Walnuts Yonder is a gathering of the thoughts featuring bassist and vocalist Mike Watt (most widely known for his use the Minutemen as well as the Stooges), guitarist Nels Cline (of Wilco, the Geraldine Fibbers, as well as …

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From Nursery to Misery

From Nursery to Misery were a peculiar lo-fi synth pop group from Essex, Britain who contains identical twin sisters Tina and Gina Fear and key pad participant Lee Stevens. The trio was raised on a single street, and started making music jointly around 1987, when all three had been teens. …

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Children of Alice

Offering former Broadcast users James Cargill and Roj Stevens combined with the Concentrate Group’s Julian Home, Children of Alice extended around the dreamy experimental electronics of their other tasks. The group’s name was a tribute to past due Broadcast vocalist Trish Keenan, a lifelong Alice in Wonderland lover who counted …

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TALsounds

TALsounds may be the ambient single moniker of Chicago-based experimental designer Natalie Chami, who’s also an associate from the trio Great Willsmith, half from the duo l’éternèbre, and a co-founder from the Screaming Claws collective. Improvised using several synths and looping products, aswell as Chami’s personal vocals, her single material …

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Antwood

Canadian Tristan Douglas, originally referred to as Margaret Antwood — a pun for the name of the fellow Canadian, novelist Margaret Atwood — gained reputation in the wonderful world of digital music following the launch of his 2013 Energy Plaza EP for the Cocobass imprint. The EP was a splashy, …

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Gagarin Kombinaatti

Gagarin Kombinaatti (Gagarin as well as the Cosmonauts) was a short-lived industrial action that featured Mika Vainio, Janne Koski, Tapio Onnela, and Wici Wikström. Motivated with the noisier areas of previously industrial groups such as for example Throbbing Gristle, Einstürzende Neubauten, and Test Dept., the trio documented bracing and sometimes …

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The Comet Is Coming

Defined as Betamax Killer, Danalogue the Conqueror, and Ruler Shabaka — aliases of drummer Maxwell Hallett, keyboardist Dan Leavers, and saxophonist Shabaka Hutchings — The Comet Is usually Coming explain their sound as “apocalyptic space funk.” The London-based music artists had several stores ahead of their 2013 development and were …

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The Renga Ensemble

Between 2000 and 2012, Chicago clarinetist, composer, improviser, and bandleader Adam Falzone revealed an expansive artistic imagination on eight recordings released by his Allos Records label, including two albums by his Middle Eastern-informed Allos Musica group and three by his shimmery avant jazz quartet KLANG, but Falzone’s next task would …

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Electronhic

New Haven Electronhic describe their sound as “Free of charge Music leaning towards jazz…powered by Chapman Stick and Drums, with sound, electronics, saxophones, whistles and guitars.” This difficult-to-pigeonhole and musically powerful ensemble grew from the New Haven Improvisers Collective, which it continues to be an integral component. The band includes …

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Schneider Kacirek

German electronica duo Schneider Kacirek comprise seasoned boundary-pushing music artists Stefan Schneider about bass and an arsenal of consumer electronics and percussionist Sven Kacirek. Schneider spent years employed in cooperation with users of Cluster, Neu!, Faust, and additional founding fathers of Krautrock, aswell as working carefully on tasks with Arto …

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