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Slede, Zivé Slede

Thanks to it is one-of-a-kind instrumentation, Slede, Zivé Slede quickly developed an extremely personal audio among the hyperactive experimental rock and roll picture in the Czech Republic. The trio of acoustic guitar, dual bass, and bassoon mixes elements of middle ages festive music with art rock and roll complexities and …

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Angela Aki

Angela Aki is a Japan vocalist/songwriter who specializes in piano-based pop/rock and roll. She achieved popularity after performing a theme tune for the ultimate Fantasy XII video game in 2006, although her profession was underway for a long time before that, beginning on the far side of the Pacific — …

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Tuulenkantajat

Using their mastery of improvisation, Tuulenkantajat has taken today’s sensibility towards the music of Finland. While they combine acoustic musical instruments, including mandolin, electric guitar, bouzouki, and contemporary instruments, like the synthesizer, their audio is centered across the kantele, a Finnish edition from the zither or lap metal.

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Selma do Coco

The folkloric and highly influential face from the mangue beat umbrella denomination, the harsh-voiced and underrated Selma do Coco resided in the hinterlands of Pernambuco (in Vitória de Santo Antão, more precisely) until her teens, taking part in the regional music culture and absorbing the coco genre. The others of …

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Ha-Ono-Beko

The Ha-Ono-Beko attracts from diverse components of Brazilian culture to make a sound influenced by Local Indians as well as the Afro-Brazilian tradition blended to Anglo-American pop music, especially funk. Shaped in 1996 by Chico Maloca (bass), Junai (vocal), Cacai (guitar), Dred (vocal/harmonicas), Flávio Leão (drums), Caju (flutes/percussion) and Radi …

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Nestor de Hollanda Cavalcanti Neto

The co-founder from the collecting rights agency SBACEN, composer, writer, and journalist Nestor de Hollanda Cavalcanti Neto, father of classical and popular composer Nestor de Hollanda Cavalcanti, wrote an appreciable level of compositions, just like the march “O Periquito da Madame” (with Carvalhinho/Afonso Teixeira), recorded by Quatro Ases e Um …

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Valerie Rose

Motivated by Irish music and psychedelic rock and roll, Valerie Rose started her career being a fiddle player in her mid-twenties. Developing up with lessons in electric guitar, performing, piano, and various other equipment, she became captivated by artists just like the Bothy Music group and Mary Dark, and started …

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Anescar do Salgueiro

Author of the successful sambas-enredo “Quilombo dos Palmares,” “Mártires da Independência,” “Água carry out Rio,” and “Xica da Silva” (all written with Noel Rosa de Oliveira) that won best areas for his samba college Salgueiro in the annual Carnaval competition, Anescar carry out Salgueiro was a significant innovator in the …

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Romeu Silva

Romeu Silva and his orchestra were a significant chapter from the internationalization of Brazilian music from 1925 to 1940. At 18, Silva became among the 1st members from the orchestra from the Rancho Ameno Resedá. In 1911, he was an associate from the orchestra from the Sociedade Dançante Carnavalesca Ninho …

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Yanick Dutelly

The musical traditions of Haiti have already been taken to Canada by vocalist Yanick Dutelly. A previous announcer for Radio Haiti, she documented several jingles for Radio Haiti International and Radio Metropolis before shifting to Montreal in 1991 to review blues and jazz technique with Trisha Pope and vocalizing with …

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