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Jonas Kopp

Delivered in Buenos Aires in 1981, Argentinian techno musician Jonas Kopp started producing music in 1999, spurred on with the global techno motion. Kopp’s first produces didn’t get there until 2006 when he released his initial EP, Conciencia Muteada, on fellow Argentinian Pfirter’s label MindTrip Music. 2007 noticed produces for …

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São Paulo Underground

Cornetist Rob Mazurek garnered wide interest after moving former his hard bop root base and learning to be a guiding drive in Chicago avant jazz with various Chicago Underground lineups in the ’90s, also exploring post-rock, electronica, and more even though adding Tortoise and Isotope 217 to his réamounté. He …

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Sarah McKenzie

Sarah McKenzie can be an Australian jazz pianist, composer, vocalist, and bandleader whose breezy complex design, songwriting acumen, and pronounced lyrical feeling of golf swing have drawn evaluations to Blossom Dearie and Diana Krall. McKenzie was raised in Perth and started playing piano at age nine. She went to senior …

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Todd Clouser

Guitarist Todd Clouser is a forward-thinking and adventurous musician using a bent toward contemporary creative jazz and genre-bending varieties of improvised music. A Minneapolis indigenous, Clouser went to Berklee University of Music in Boston, and he toured as person in the rock-band 4 Letter Guy. Around 2006, Clouser relocated to …

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Congo Natty

The ’80s popster turned proto-jungle revolutionary was created Michael West in 1965 in London. He produced Double Difficulty in the first ’80s with Michael Menson and Leigh Visitor, launching the ska-pop strike “Road Tuff.” Rebel MC afterwards gained popularity in England being a pop-rapper, but by 1991 he previously released …

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Zwischenfall

Zwischenfall were a short-lived Belgian synth pop/new influx group active through the early ’80s. They shaped in 1982 and in the beginning contains synthesizer participant Michael Sass, bassist/vocalist Martin Urban, and guitarist/drummer Stephan Kraemer. Merging consumer electronics with traditional rock and roll instruments, they documented some demo tunes that caught …

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Michel Mast

Belgian saxophonist Michel Mast can frequently be heard using tenor in avant-garde jazz and rock albums, and he continues to be featured about baritone and soprano saxophones aswell. Mast began showing up on recordings in the first ’80s, as an associate of Luc Houtkamp’s saxophone quartet Hommage within the group’s …

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SDP

Although their name means the hip-hop-sounding “Stone Deaf Productions,” SDP certainly are a genre-mixing duo from Spandau, Berlin who favor satirical lyrics and ridiculous videos. Shaped in 1999 by people Vincent Stein and Dag-Alexis Kopplin, SDP released themselves in 2002 with an record of demos, Angriff aus Berlin. In 2004 …

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Jawen

The tiny rock ensemble Jawen formed throughout the core of brothers Nicolas and Olivier Jawen. Hailing from Evreux in Normandy, the brothers spent period learning and playing overseas (Nicolas in the U.S.; Olivier in the U.K.) before merging pushes in Paris in 2006. Pursuing time spent back Normandy, the duo …

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Avi Buffalo

Avigdor Zahner-Isenberg began composing songs as a higher college sophomore, using the name Avi Buffalo as his music alias. Within a year’s period, the Long Seaside native had come up with a full music group composed of drummer Sheridan Riley, bassist Arin Fazio, and keyboardist Rebecca Coleman. After playing many …

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