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General Magic

“Unintentional electronica” duo General Magic could very well be the strangest, least stylistically constrained project in the Austrian Mego label’s roster. Produced by label bosses Ramon Bauer and Andi Pieper around once they set up Mego (GM’s cooperation with Peter “Pita” Bauer, “Refrigerator Trax,” was the initial Mego discharge), GM …

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Ernesto Diaz-Infante

Because the mid-’90s, Ernesto Diaz-Infante counts among the most prolific avant-garde composer and improviser the U.S. Western world Coastline has noticed. He provides performed and documented music on piano, ready guitar, and consumer electronics; constructed chamber music; improvised with an extremely large numbers of music artists from California, NY, and …

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Frode Haltli

b. 1975, nr. Trondheim, Norway. Haltli started playing accordion at age seven and even though he also performed French horn and trombone in blowing wind bands it had been to stay his principal device. As a kid he performed folk music but shortly shifted into different forms. Playing music by …

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Graeme Jefferies

After New Zealand’s This sort of Consequence ceased to exist in 1987, co-leader Jefferies continued focusing on a number of solo recordings on the four-track machine while determining where he’d go next along with his music, similar to his brother and TKP bandmate Peter did at exactly the same time. …

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Channel Light Vessel

Expenses Nelson (formerly of End up being Bop Deluxe) had caused Roger Eno and ex-Dream Academy member Kate St. John as maker for his or her duo recording The Familiar. The three later on formed Route Light Vessel with percussionist Laraaji and cellist Mayumi Tachibana, and released the 1994 recording …

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Esplendor Geométrico

Esplendor Geométrico certainly are a long-running Spanish industrial group founded in 1980 by Arturo Lanz, Gabriel Riaza, and Juan Carlos Sastre, all past people of synth pop pioneers Aviador Dro. Influenced by Italian futurism in addition to British industrial rings like Throbbing Gristle and Cabaret Voltaire, Esplendor Geométrico quickly founded …

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Main

Upon the 1991 dissolution from the British trance-rock quartet Loop, bassist Neil McKay and John Wills formed the Hair and Skin Trading Company, leaving guitarists Robert Hampson and Scott Dawson to found the highly experimental Main, a task combining the aesthetics of ambient music with layered tapestries of droning guitar …

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David Byrne

Although most widely known for his groundbreaking tenure fronting the brand new wave group Speaking Mind, David Byrne also received acclaim for his adventurous solo career, encroaching upon such varied media mainly because world music, filmmaking, and performance art along the way. Created in Dumbarton, Scotland, on, may 14, 1952, …

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Flux Information Sciences

Many vividly described simply by Michael Gira simply because sounding “…like being beaten up by way of a sexually enraged clown,” no-wave throwbacks Flux Information Sciences unleashed their debut for Gira’s own Young God label in early 2001. Ahead of that, three various other LPs were released between 1997 and …

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Doug Hoekstra

Guitarist, vocalist/songwriter Doug Hoekstra, who also was raised in Chicago, started taking part in in garage rings as an adolescent. Between 1989 and 1991, he was an associate from the Chicago-based group Bucket No. 6. The music group released the Compact disc On top of the Hog in 1991. Hoekstra …

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