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Gonjasufi

Dreadlocked San Diego-bred yoga instructor Sumach Ecks (who also moves under the brands Sumach Valentine and Randy Johnson) converted from rapping using the Masters from the Universe staff and DJ’ing with Killowattz to spotlight his single endeavors beneath the name Gonjasufi. In 2006, around enough time he relocated from seaside …

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A-G-2-A-KE

Milwaukee-based rappers A-G-2-A-KE initial appeared as contributors for the true-to-life crime saga “Cocaine,” from Scarface’s 1998 double-LP, My Homies. Afterwards that same season, the trio produced its full-length debut with Mil-Ticket, which drew through the No Limit design both in its lyrical articles and artwork.

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The Stooges

Through the psychedelic haze from the late ’60s, the grimy, noisy, and relentlessly bleak rock and roll & roll from the Stooges was conspicuously out of period. Just like the Velvet Underground, the Stooges exposed the lower of sex, medicines, and rock and roll & roll, displaying every one of …

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Iron Age

Inspired by ’90s rate steel — especially by Bay Region steel/punk crossover rings Cro-Mags and Corrosion of Conformity — Iron Age group formed within their house city of Austin, TX, in 2005. Expecting to help expand blur the series between hardcore and thrash, after going through several adjustments they eventually …

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Diam’s

One of little handful of females to infiltrate the male-dominated globe of France hip-hop, “rappeuse” Diam’s nevertheless enjoyed significant business and critical achievement culminating with 2003’s award-winning Brut de Femme. Given birth to Mélanie Georgiades in Nicosia, Cyprus, on July 27, 1980, she spent nearly all her adolescence within the …

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Will Champlin

Created and raised within the Los Angeles region, West Coastline singer/songwriter and keyboardist Can Champlin was raised in a music family members and attended the Berklee University of Music in Boston. When his family members relocated out East, he’d spend his breaks in Nashville, where he honed his songwriting chops …

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The Seeds

Best known because of their rock & move standard “Pushin’ TOO MUCH,” the Seed products combined the organic, Stonesy selling point of garage area rock using a fondness for ragged, trashy psychedelia. And even though they hardly ever quite matched up the industrial peak of the initial two singles, “Pushin’ …

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Arrington de Dionyso

Founding member and traveling pressure behind the experimental Old Time period Relijun, multi-instrumentalist Arrington de Dionyso spent the majority of his childhood in churches because of his minister parents. While his parents had been operating, de Dionyso occupied himself by experimenting using the church’s piano and body organ. His parents …

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The Perceptionists

Made up of rappers Akrobatik (given birth to Jared Bridgeman) and Mr. Lif (Jeffrey Haynes) and DJ Fakts One (Jason Goler), the Perceptionists are to the Boston, MA, hip-hop picture because the Justice Group of America are to superheroes: the very best of the greatest marshaling their power for the …

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Orishas

Orishas certainly are a Latin rap band of Cuban expatriates whose debut recording, A Lo Cubano (2000), was internationally acclaimed and whose subsequent albums found out them furthering their fusion of Latin rhythms and melodies with hip-hop. Made up of Roldán (created Roldán González Rivero on June 1, 1971, in …

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