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Interpol

Among the leading post-punk revivalists from the 2000s and 2010s, Interpol took their cues from Pleasure Division as well as the Chameleons, fashioning a darkly atmospheric audio helmed by intricate guitars and Paul Banking institutions’ somber baritone. The group also got a striking visible presence marked with the people’ fondness …

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Kiprich

Able to jump between boisterous dancehall toasting and easy crooning, vocalist Kiprich 1st found reggae fans’ interest as Elephant Man’s sideman. Originally referred to as Crazy Child, Jamaican indigenous Marlon Plunkett transformed his moniker to Kiprich before liberating his first effective solo solitary, “Leggo Di Bwoy,” in 1999. Some well-known …

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ImaJinary Friends

A side project featuring people from the Brian Jonestown Massacre, Tipsy, and Swervedriver, San Francisco’s the ImaJinary Close friends were a short-lived exercise marrying trippy psychedelic rock, synthesizer experiments, and ambient sounds right into a freaky, sometimes unsettling blend. The initial lineup of the group contains Jeremy Davies on vocals, …

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Bim Sherman

Among reggae’s most enduring cult statistics, Bim Sherman was also being among the most highly regarded performers of his era, with his special, wistful, and unmistakable tone of voice acclaimed by scholars among the purest ever to emerge from the Jamaican music picture. Blessed in 1950, he initial attracted notice …

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Konono No. 1

Konono Zero. 1 have mixed the soul of traditional African music using the rubbish instrument concept as well as the intensifying electronic facet of contemporary times. The group’s name was L’Orchestre Folklorique T.P. Konono No. 1 de Mingiedi, “T.P.” becoming translated as “all effective.” (It had been also a tribute …

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Bonobo

Using the experimental warmth of ’60s French motion pictures as well as the pizzicato flavor of horizontal hip-hop, Simon Green’s Bonobo task established the welcome niche of the pretension-free, post-party intellectual chillout upon the discharge of his full-length debut in 2000. Since that time, his audio and scope possess expanded …

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Joe Goddard

Multifaceted musician Joe Goddard is among the most prolific and well-respected indie/digital artists within the U.K. — he’s a respected person in indie/spirit/dance group Sizzling Chip, 1 / 2 of fun-loving home duo 2 Bears, mind of his personal forward-thinking label, Greco Roman, and an effective single producer/remix designer in …

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Commander Tom

Through the entire mid- to later ’90s, when trance and techno were growing continually further aside, Commander Tom helped define the murky area between your two. The German manufacturer/DJ/labelhead released music which was both trance and techno at exactly the same time — a distinctive sound he trademarked as his …

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iiO

New York-based duo iiO (formerly referred to as vaiio and named following a computer used to create lyrics on) debuted in an area club, where their track “Rapture” was played for the very first time. After getting an Ibiza golf club favorite, “Rapture” began climbing graphs around Europe and lastly …

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Bowery Electric

Manhattan-based drone-rock duo Bowery Electrical comprised vocalist/guitarist Lawrence Chandler, a previous protégé of minimalist composer LaMonte Youthful, and vocalist/bassist Martha Schwendener. Originally a three-piece curved out by way of a group of drummers, Bowery Electric powered bowed in 1994 using a dual 7″ on the self-owned Hi-Fidelity Recordings which helped …

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