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The Flying Lizards

The Soaring Lizards are remembered by most listeners as new wave one-hit wonders because of their deliberately eccentric cover of Barrett Strong’s “Cash,” which became a surprise chart success in 1979. However the Soaring Lizards were actually the brainchild of David Cunningham, a well-respected avant-garde composer, maker, and visual designer, …

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Bilal

If there is one R&B musician for whom the neo-soul categorization seemed limiting, it had been Philadelphia local Bilal. non-e of his recordings resembled the sycophantic worship of spirit performers who thrived within the ’60 and ’70s, and it wasn’t because his tone of voice — classically educated, capable of …

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The Flesh

Led by guitarist/vocalist Nicholas Halpern (aka Nathan Halpern), the Flesh also included keyboardist Gabriella Zappia, bassist Jason Binnick, and drummer Greg Rogove. THE BRAND NEW York Town quartet specific in the type of slithering, dance beat-infused artwork punk that experienced become a authentic indie rock tendency in the first 2000s …

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Axel Krygier

Multi-instrumentalist and composer Axel Krygier was created in Buenos Aires in 1969, where he trim his teeth using saxophone alongside Kevin Johansen using the group Instruccion Civica. Though sax was his initial instrument, Axel accomplished effectiveness on many equipment, including piano and flute. He confirmed this service when at age …

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Sweet Trip

Comprised mostly of a guy and his models, San Francisco’s Lovely Trip may be the genius of Roberto Burgos. Featuring shoegazey beats and digital experimentation, the vocals of Valerie Reyes enhance the band’s powerful allure. Having immigrated from Panama as a son, Burgos brought a worldly perspective to digital music …

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Syd Barrett

Just like a supernova, Roger “Syd” Barrett burnt briefly and brightly, departing an indelible tag upon psychedelic and progressive rock and roll because the founder and original singer, songwriter, and lead guitarist of Red Floyd. Barrett was in charge of the majority of their amazing first recording, 1967’s The Piper …

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Sway

Derek Andrew “Sway” DaSafo is really a British hip-hop designer of Ghanaian origin who gained interest through some independently released mixtapes before being successful a 2005 MOBO (Music of Dark Source) award, which positioned him among the leading expectations for U.K. rap. Created in London — albeit unintentionally, when his …

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The Associates

Produced in Edinburgh, Scotland in 1979, the Affiliates comprised vocalist Billy Mackenzie and multi-instrumentalist Alan Rankine. Constructed with an eclectic mixture of affects and interests which range from artwork rock and roll to glam and disco, the group debuted having a manic cover of David Bowie’s “Young boys Maintain Swinging,” …

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Somatic Responses

Brothers John and Paul Healy constitute Somatic Replies, a Welsh duo who’ve amassed an expansive, diverse catalog of hard-edged electronic music. The duo shaped in 1994 and began making hardcore acidity techno, but as time passes their sound grew to add elements of commercial, drum’n’bass, sound, hip-hop, ambient, and dubstep. …

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Andrea Centazzo

Italy’s best orchestral percussionist, Andrea Centazzo provides composed and performed lyric operas, orchestral symphonies, and percussion solos. Since 1983, Centazzo’s interest continues to be focused on media productions incorporating traditional and digital equipment and video tape. Centazzo continues to be praised for his capability to “synthesize Oriental percussive vibration with …

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