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Mark Van Hoen

Mark Truck Hoen, also called Locust, occupied the shadier, even more melancholic aspect of modern ambient, assembling information of unmistakable beauty away from shards of dark, somewhat foreboding textures and agreements. A London indigenous mixed up in film and industrial music business before focusing full-time on saving for release, Truck …

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Phonophani

b. Espen Sommer Eide, 1972, Oslo, Norway. ‘The potential designer’, says Norwegian digital professional Phonophani, ‘will be considered a hereditary engineer.’ Phonophani released his debut UK album in 2001, exactly the same yr that fertility professionals Panayiotis Zavos and Severino Antinori’s predicted the world’s 1st cloned baby will be created. …

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Pharaoh’s Daughter

Created in 1993 by vocalist Baysa Schechter, the Jewish folk ensemble Pharaoh’s Daughter is definitely heavily educated by both Eastern Western klezmer and Middle Eastern Jewish music, along with the sensibilities of Schechter’s orthodox upbringing. The group’s instrumentation features woodwinds (flute, clarinet, crumhorn), acoustic guitar, cello, tabla, along with other …

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El Ten Eleven

El 10 Eleven are an instrumental post-rock duo from LA and comprising bassist/guitarist Kristian Dunn and drummer Tim Fogarty. Dunn takes on fretless bass or perhaps a doubleneck bass/acoustic guitar combo and Fogarty alternates between acoustic and digital drum kits, plus they utilize looping channels and results pedals instead of …

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Alexander Tucker

United kingdom experimental musician Alexander Tucker continues to be recording single excursions in improvised guitar and tape loops because the early 2000s. His audio is continuing to grow exponentially within the years that adopted, which discovered the designer branching out in directions as significant as Fahey-esque detuned acoustic guitar dirges …

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Maserati

Yet another from the Athens, Georgia experimentalists, Maserati found where rings like Tortoise, Macha, and Labradford remaining off with organic, warmly textured instrumental music straying from your confines of rock and roll to explore the ambient, jazz, and also modern classical customs. The four-piece of Coley Dennis (acoustic guitar), Steve …

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BARR

Brendan Fowler, aka BARR (though never to be looked at an alter ego), was created in Berkeley, CA, but in age 9 his family members moved away to the countryside near Baltimore. Constantly thinking about music, in senior high school he performed in a music group with individuals who would …

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Quicksilver Messenger Service

The band that became Quicksilver Messenger Program originally was conceived being a rock vehicle for folk singer/songwriter Dino Valente (b. Nov. 7, 1943, d. Nov 16, 1994), writer of “GATHER.” Surviving in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, Valente had discovered guitarist John Cipollina (b. Aug. 24, 1943, d. May 29, 1989) …

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Venetian Snares

Aaron Funk, a maker of hardcore drum’n’bass sound, gained a profile in experimental techno circles along with his putting your signature on to the earth Mu label work by Mike Paradinas (aka µ-Ziq). From the tribute to his creation prowess that his foundation of Winnipeg, Manitoba, hasn’t avoided IDM enthusiasts …

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Pete Malinverni

A local of Niagara Falls, NY, given birth to Apr 16, 1957, Pete Malinverni’s dad was a tube fitter and vapor fitter in area chemical substance vegetation, and his mom was a housewife; both had been extremely supportive of his musical teaching. He began traditional piano research with local story …

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