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Blood Ceremony

Acquiring their name from a 1972 Spanish horror flick called Ceremonia Sangrenta, Toronto, Canada’s Blood vessels Ceremony targeted traffic in authentic ’70s doom and heavy prog loaded with occult themes and occasional folk and psych rock and roll flourishes, none from it betraying the trick of experiencing been documented over …

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Charlie McCoy

Together with his older brother Joe, the versatile Charlie McCoy positioned among the fantastic blues accompanists of his era, his nimble, sensitive guitar function enriching recordings from performers including Tommy Johnson and Ishmon Bracey. Created May 26, 1909 in Jackson, MS, the self-taught McCoy was documenting regularly from the past …

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Sonny Boy Williamson I

Easily the main harmonica player from the prewar era, John Lee Williamson nearly single-handedly made the humble mouth organ a worthy lead instrument for blues bands — at the forefront for the amazing innovations of Small Walter and a platoon of others to check out. If not really for his …

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Early Graves

When the extreme metal band Apiary realized their album title Lost in Focus was becoming painfully ironic, the founding members began jumping ship. New hires had been brought on table and when just about any initial Apiary member have been replaced, it had been obvious a name modify was required. …

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Little Teeth

Residing somewhere within noise-pop and freak folk, SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA trio Little Teeth produced in 2004, after drummer Ammo Eisu replied to a Craigslist publishing by vocalist/guitarist Dannie Murrie, who was simply searching for a “feminist rocker chick” to try out music with her. After shifting to California from …

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Genuine Sun

Post-grunge rockers Real Sunlight came together in Cleveland, OH. Founded by Dave Ritz (acoustic guitar, piano, vocals), Adam Marra (acoustic guitar), Joe Gerbasi (drums), and Tim Kollar (bass), the music group authorized to Blaster Information in Sept 2007 and go about documenting its debut recording immediately after. The music group …

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Pilgrim Fathers

Arriving on like prog rock and roll giants Hawkwind however in the heavier, post-Sunn 0))) world, the Nottingham, U.K., action Pilgrim Fathers rightfully declare their audio “music for astronauts to expire to.” Offering vocalist Shelf, guitarist Feg, bassist Stephen Averill, drummer Kev Richardson, and Dan Gardner on keyboards and “cosmic …

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The Krayolas

San Antonio’s the Krayolas began in the middle-’70s as teen pop/rockers and as time passes have matured into among Tx’ best-respected impartial rock rings. The Krayolas had been created in 1975 by vocalist, guitarist, and songwriter Hector Saldana and his sibling David Saldana, who dealt with vocals, percussion, and occasionally …

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Delta Spirit

Pitching its design between indie rock and roll and alt-country, Delta Spirit features bassist Jon Jameson, drummer Brandon Young, vocalist Matthew Vasquez, multi-instrumentalist/vocalist Kelly Winrich, and guitarist Will certainly McLaren. The music group started when Jameson and Young’s previous music group, the San Diego-based emo clothing Noise Ratchet, known as …

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Ancestors

L.A.’s suitably called Ancestors are conversant with all types of “basic” hard rock and roll and rock influences, which range from the primordial doom of Dark Sabbath, towards the futuristic space rock and roll of Hawkwind, as well as the progressive mentality of Ruler Crimson — which are after that …

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