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Laraaji

American musician Laraaji is normally one of brand-new age’s most distinct, prolific, and charismatic artists. A professional of multiple equipment, Laraaji mainly constructs his extended, meditative soundscapes from an electronically changed zither, hammered dulcimer, kalimba, synthesizers, piano, as well as other instruments, in addition to natural noises and vocals. Since …

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Conjoint

The ambient-jazz collective Conjoint included Karl Berger on vibraphone and Gunter “Ruit” Kraus on guitar with David Moufang and Jamie Hodge on keyboards, electronics, and programming. Created in 1996, the group debuted on Moufang’s Kilometres20 Recordings using a self-titled 1997 record, and came back in early 2000 with Earprints — …

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Chrome

Among the first forefathers within the industrial increase from the 1980s, Chrome’s amalgam of distorted guitars and vocals, examples from TV, along with a organic punk cosmetic (inspired with the Stooges) became a lot more popular in the first ’90s than it all ever was as the music group was …

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Christopher Willits

San Francisco-based multimedia designer Christopher Willits studied visible arts in the Kansas Town Artwork Institute and earned a master’s level in digital music at Mills University. By 2006, he released a small number of albums credited exclusively to him — including 2002’s Pollen and Folding, as well as the Tea, …

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Chris Stamey

From his tenures using the Sneakers as well as the dB’s on to his subsequent solo tasks, singer/songwriter Chris Stamey continued to be a linchpin from the jangle pop renaissance. Given birth to Dec 6, 1954 in Chapel Hill, NEW YORK, he grew up within the Winston-Salem region, and alongside …

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LaDonna Smith

LaDonna Smith offers performed improvised music internationally because the 1970s as violinist, violist and vocalist, while also teaching music in Birmingham, Alabama. With long-time collaborator, guitarist Davey Williams, Smith offers toured THE UNITED STATES and European countries, and Russia, showing up at every main improvisation festival, and several new music …

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Current 93

Having a glut of industrial-pop hybrids available on the market within the 1980s and ’90s, several bands stayed true to the experimental nature of early industrial music. The Psychic Television axis only spawned many innovative performers, including Current 93’s David Tibet, who mixes Gothic chanting and haunting atmospherics with commercial …

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Colin Newman

Although Colin Newman is most readily connected with Wire, like bandmates Bruce Gilbert and Graham Lewis he has undertaken many additional innovative endeavors. Across a variety of tasks, the Cable guitarist/vocalist has regularly reinvented himself, venturing from post-punk artwork pop into ambient, digital territory, on the way making other performers …

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Kumquat

This SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA band began in 1997 when songwriter and guitarist Elissa Daly met vocalist Bobby Rooney, bassist Ingrid Smart and drummer Eric Froshneider. Rehearsing at Downtown Rehearsal Studios, Kumquat’s objective was to generate avant garde rock and roll with a lot of results, responses and distortion. A …

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Kombinat M

The Austrian five-piece band, Kombinat M, was founded in 1987 by Walter Hollinetz, Andreas Leikauf, and Erwin Redl. The group’s people, most of whom are been trained in music or visible arts, share a pastime in rock and roll- and jazz-based music, traditional minimalism, and good arts. Guitarist Andreas Heidu …

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