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Firewater

New York-based music group Firewater incorporated a worldwide range of music influences to their highly active sound. A loosely knit ensemble focused around the business lead vocals of ex-Cop Take Cop bass participant Tod A. (given birth to: Tod Ashley), Firewater linked together such affects as Klezmer, Indian wedding ceremony …

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Cop Shoot Cop

You start with their intentionally confrontational (and controversial) name, NY City’s Cop Capture Cop are descended in the darker impulses from the early-’80s zero wave movement that created noisy, disagreeable, anti-social, but often very interesting bands such as for example Mars, DNA, and Teenage Jesus & the Jerks. Much like …

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The Jesus Lizard

Willfully abrasive and atonal, the Jesus Lizard emerged in the first ’90s as a respected noise rock-band within the American independent underground. Through the first area of the 10 years, the music group turned out some independent information filled up with scathing, disembowelling, guitar-driven pseudo-industrial sound, which received reviews that …

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Botanica

Paul Wallfisch offers careened all over the world (probably within a drunken condition, but who has learned) to create all types of encounters to keep in his music, portion as the first choice from the sensible and decadent choice rock-band, Botanica. Whether through an excellent inheritance or a savvy capability …

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Slaves

SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA gothcore trio Slaves rose in 1997 from your embers from the VSS, reuniting singer/keyboardist Andy Rothbard, guitarist Joshua Hughes, and drummer David Clifford. The group’s self-titled debut EP premiered in 1998, using the full-length The Devil’s Pleasures showing up a year later on. After the launch …

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Denison-Kimball Trio

Formed being a duo by ex-Jesus Lizard guitarist Duane Denison and ex-Mule, Laughing Hyenas, and Jesus Lizard percussionist Jim Kimball, the Denison-Kimball Trio customized in fascinating, jazzy instrumentals. By adding reeds participant Ken Vandermark in 1995, the group was renamed DK3. The receiver of a qualification in classical electric guitar …

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Duane Denison

Most widely known for his leading edge guitar use the confrontational punk clothing the Jesus Lizard, Duane Denison is among rock’s most challenging (yet oft-overlooked) guitarists. Remarkably, Denison’s early musical curiosity wasn’t punk rock and roll – as he gained a qualification in classic acoustic guitar at Eastern Michigan University …

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Skeleton Key

The junk-rock quartet Skeleton Key begun to take shape in 1994 when guitarist/vocalist Chris Maxwell and former Lounge Lizards bassist Erik Sanko met on the downtown NY Membership the Knitting Stock, where Maxwell worked being a booking agent. After enlisting drummer Steve Calhoon, the trio announced they wished to play …

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Peeping Tom

In 2006, after 6 years within the building, singer/producer Mike Patton (Trust FORGET ABOUT, Mr. Bungle, Tomahawk, Fantômas) added Peeping Tom to his amazing list of completed projects. Influenced by movie director Michael Powell’s 1960 cult thriller of the same name, Patton spent years sending songs to potential collaborators as …

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The Walkmen

The Walkmen feature three members from Jonathan Fireplace*Eater and two in the Recoys. When Jonathan Fireplace*Eater disbanded in 1998, the group had taken the remainder of the Dreamworks financing and set up an uptown rehearsal space in NEW YORK that doubled being a 24-monitor recording studio room where they work …

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