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Mother Earth

The later-’60s/early-’70s blues-rock outfit NATURE was led by singer Tracy Nelson and issued several somewhat underappreciated releases throughout their span of time. Nelson was originally from Madison, WI, and it had been while participating in the School of Wisconsin which the singer was uncovered by manufacturer Sam Charters and was …

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John Andrews & the Yawns

New Jersey-born multi-instrumentalist John Andrews caused several rings before stepping from his personal with solo task John Andrews & the Yawns — “the Yawns” being truly a fictional backing music group initially, as Andrews played all of the instruments about his debut. Andrews usually worked on single compositions, but notably …

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The brainchild of Shane Butler and Anna Fox Rochinski, who formed the band while their studies at Boston’s College from the Museum of Great Arts, Quilt craft psychedelic pop that evokes ’60s idealism without feeling too indebted to it. Butler grew up in a religious community that portrayed itself with …

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Founded being a part task by Meneguar’s Jeremy Earl, Woods began being a solitary documenting task in 2005. Earl documented the debut Woods discharge, How exactly to Survive In/In the Woods, a dual cassette that made an appearance for the Fuckittapes label, soon after the project’s inception. The project’s acoustic-leaning …

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