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Movietone

Produced in Bristol, England in 1994, Movietone shown its noiseless, sensual songs on several produces in the mid ’90s for the earth, Domino, and Move City labels. Music group associates Florence Lovegrove, Matt Elliott, Rachel Brook, Kate Wright, and Matt Jones released two 7″s with Globe before their self-titled full-length …

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Porcupine Tree

Though he initially found wider attention (at least in the U.K.) with No-Man, his long-running cooperation with Tim Bowness through the entire ’90s, vocalist/guitarist Steven Wilson obtained as a lot of a status for Porcupine Tree. Embracing and discovering prog rock and roll inspirations while keeping an hearing out for …

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Jessica Bailiff

Toledo, OH’s Jessica Bailiff started saving in 1995 and sent a demonstration to Kranky Information at the recommendation of Low’s Alan Sparhawk. In 1998, Bailiff’s exceptional debut appeared in the racks, bearing the Kranky logo design. The generally slow-tempo materials of Even alone, filled with blurry results and buried vocals, …

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Flying Saucer Attack

Shaped in Bristol, England in 1992, the elusive avant-noise space-rock task Flying Saucer Assault primarily comprised the duo of singer/guitarists David Pearce and Rachel Brook, refugees through the group Lynda’s Strange Holiday who shaped FSA as an outlet for his or her fascination with home-recording experimentation (they trapped to a …

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Bardo Pond

Bardo Fish-pond was the flagship music group of Philly’s “Psychedelphia” space rock and roll motion, which also included famous brands Aspera, Asteroid Zero. 4, the Azusa Airplane, and tangentially the Lilys. Explicitly drug-inspired — their game titles had been filled up with obscure referrals to psychedelics — they preferred lengthy, …

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Kid Silver

Following the dream-pop band Rollerskate Skinny disbanded, leader Ken Griffin formed a fresh (yet similar) band, Kid Silver, with first-name-only collaborators Clive and Sid. Their debut recording, Dead Town Sunbeams, premiered in early 1999.

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Belong

Creating glorious sonic landscapes from dense bed linens of guitar-generated sound, Belong certainly are a collaboration between guitarist Michael Jones and producer Turk Dietrich (the last mentioned is also an associate of Benelli with Joshua Eustis of Telefon Tel Aviv). Pulling affects from My Bloody Valentine, Brian Eno’s ambient music, …

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Glide

Glide may be the experimental, ambient-psychedelic aspect task from Echo & the Bunnymen guitarist Can Sergeant. His single work dates completely back again to 1978, prior to the formation from the Bunnymen, using a cassette-only discharge limited by seven copies known as Weird As Seafood (that was actually rediscovered within …

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Tomorrowland

Ann Arbor, MI’s Nick Brockney and Steve Baker are known collectively as Tomorrowland. They’re section of a Michigan-based space rock and roll and electronic picture that also contains Füxa, Asha Vida, Auburn Lull, and a number of others. Tomorrowland’s affects included Krautrock, psychedelia, early Brian Eno (specifically Discreet Music), Seefeel, …

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The Third Eye Foundation

The Third Attention Basis was the apocalyptic drum’n’bass alias of onetime Traveling Saucer Strike member Matt Elliot. Debuting in 1996 with Semtex, he came back a year afterwards using the EP The Audio of Violence, shortly accompanied by the full-length Ghost. You Men Kill Me made an appearance in 1998, …

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