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Cobalt

American black metallic band Cobalt comes from Greeley, CO and had become when vocalist and guitarist Phil McSorley partnered up with guitarist/bassist/drummer Erik Wunder in 2002, after that abandoned his previous moniker of Grimness Enshroud, following just one single demo recording. The recently renamed duo people began their cooperation by …

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John Morales

Bronx local John Morales, a pioneering blending artist worth Dance Music Hall of Popularity induction, became associated with music before his teenagers, when he took a part-time placement at an archive shop. At his father’s club, he sometimes spun the information he gained and created his DJ’ing abilities, which resulted …

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Goya Dress

An all-but-unearthed jewel from the Nude Information steady in the mid-’90s, the short-lived Scottish trio Goya Gown contains Astrid Williamson (acoustic guitar, vocals, piano), Terry de Castro (bass), and Simon Pearson (drums). The three EPs released before their lone LP in 1996 had been the calm prior to the storm …

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Susan Christie

Susan Christie was a Philadelphia-based folksinger and a one-time person in the Highlanders, that city’s best “big-band” folk ensemble of the first ’60s. She went to the Berklee University of Music in Boston, and had taken easily to the brand new requirements from the flourishing folk-rock field in the middle-’60s. …

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Lucia Dlugoszewski

Lucia Dlugoszewski enjoyed an extended career like a nontraditional author of music for the dance, “underground” movies, as well as for theater productions utilizing devices of her own help to make. She also discovered new and exclusive methods to compose for founded devices. In this respect, Dlugoszewski offers sometimes been …

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Circle

During their small amount of time together (1970-1971), Group was a virtual supergroup of ’70s free of charge jazz, using the talents of Chick Corea on piano, Anthony Braxton on reeds and flute, Dave Holland on bass and cello, and Barry Altschul on drums. Group arrived of Corea and Holland’s …

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David Gahan

Synth pop wasn’t designed to have a spirit. Pioneered by German techno wizards Kraftwerk in the ’70s, digital pop music became a haven for chilly detachment. With no hollow baritone of vocalist David Gahan (delivered David Callcott), there wouldn’t end up being much fireplace in the man made grooves of …

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Luigi Nono

Luigi Nono achieved prominence after Globe War II mainly because an uncompromising modernist wanting to revolutionize music in European countries. Along with fellow Italians Luciano Berio and Bruno Maderna, Nono went to the important Darmstadt Summer Programs and became connected with additional young modernists such as for example Pierre Boulez …

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The Visitors

The Visitors were today’s jazz quintet out of Philadelphia led by saxophone-playing brothers Carl Grubbs (alto) and Earl Grubbs (tenor and soprano) and in addition featuring Sid Simmons on piano, John Goldsmith on drums, and a Stanley Clarke on bass. Carl and Earl in fact required sax lessons in the …

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Celebration

Baltimore, Maryland’s eclectic but generally passionate group Special event features vocalist/percussionist Katrina Ford, multi-instrumentalist Sean Antanaitis, drummer David Bergander, keyboardist/percussionist Tony Drummond, and bassist/guitarist Walker Teret. Ford and Antanaitis — who may also be couple — began in Ann Arbor’s chaotic, early-’90s noise-punk music group Jaks, where Ford begun to …

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