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Probably one of the most organic and exciting avant-garde rock and roll groups from holland, Palinckx, the creature of brothers Jacques and Bert Palinckx, can be very frustrating to check out. The group has truly gone from a post-psychedelic Zappa-fied ensemble for an avant-punk quartet, puzzling enthusiasts on every recording …

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Jim Meneses

Drummers are rarely remembered by rock and roll history, even though they made a direct effect. Jim Meneses is usually one of these. Through the ‘80s and early-to-mid-’90s, he offers added his idiosyncratic playing to a string of important sets of avant-rock persuasion, both in his indigenous Philadelphia and mainland …

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