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Go Van Gogh

Through their experimentation of improve jazz, Middle Eastern Folk and funk, the SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA quartet of Go Van Gogh have already been critically called “gypsies on acid.” Through their usage of two saxophones and a violinist, an extra tradition of traditional folk related to the rings sound because …

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V/Vm

In league with plunderphonic pirates and dancefloor punks like Share, Hausen & Walkman, Child-606, and DJ Olive, Manchester’s V/Vm (“volume versus mass”) crew brought a well-needed boot towards the backside from the increasingly humorless dance scene from the past due ’90s, polarized using one side by mindless club trance and …

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Inlantic

Induced in 1997 with Ben Shirey in the Kawai keyboards and his roommate Aaron McCann in drums, Inlantic is at full-force upon the addition of Yamaha keyboardist Steve Zydek. By merging different methods of freestyle jazz and fusion without the usage of a vocalist, Inlantic resolved within their hometown of …

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The Body Haters

Created specifically like a part project for your body Enthusiasts’ instrumental music effort, your body Haters may be the brainchild of Michael Gira, previous co-leader of Swans, that has used enough time since that band’s conclusion to go after a number of musical likes and dislikes. As the Body Enthusiasts …

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John Luther Adams

John Luther Adams can be an American composer known for composing music that’s inspired naturally, particularly the scenery and noises of his used state, Alaska. Given birth to in Meridian, MS, after that raised in NY, Adams started his research of music as an associate of a rock-band, and his …

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Maeror Tri

The German-based guitar trio Maeror Tri was active between 1988 and 1996. Popular in the commercial cassette underground, the group was going to break right into the developing experimental electronica picture when it ceased its actions. Its make of drone music lent elements from commercial, gothic, avant-garde minimalism (Tony Conrad, …

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Rose McDowall

Rose McDowall (vocals, electric guitar) was one-half from the ’80s brand-new influx duo Strawberry Switchblade. Nevertheless, the bouncy, keyboard-laden pop of Strawberry Switchblade bears small resemblance to the task she would afterwards do. McDowall produced Strawberry Switchblade in Glasgow, Scotland, in 1981. Originally comprising four users, McDowall called the music …

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Dent

An enigmatic experimental combo made up of performers aligned using the San Francisco-based Magnetic Information imprint, Dent was led primarily by label co-owner Jonathan Segel, most widely known for his function in Camper Truck Beethoven. Documenting with an ever-changing lineup of pseudonymously called performers, Dent debuted in 1995 with Stimmung; …

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Ulf Langheinrich

Seeing that one-half of Viennese multimedia performance group Granular-Synthesis, Ulf Langheinrich explores the interface of your time, eyesight, technology, and subjectivity, bringing these components into uneasy proximity to be able to foreground relationships of codetermination. A presented artist at globally renowned exhibitions and celebrations such as for example Japan’s Nagoya …

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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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