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Cleaners from Venus

Probably the most extensive of singer/songwriter Martin Newell’s various projects, Cleaners from Venus recorded a number of the finest — & most neglected — British pop/rock from the 1980s. The Cleaners’ failing to discover a wider viewers is due a minimum of in part with their unconventional approach to distribution. …

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Big Dipper

A great music group that hardly ever quite fulfilled their enormous potential, Boston’s Big Dipper had impeccable indie qualifications and a fantastic series in crunchy post-post-punk electric guitar pop, but their afterwards albums were no match because of their early function. Big Dipper was produced in 1985 when guitarist Gary …

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Bertrand Burgalat

A manufacturer, songwriter, and singer, Bertrand Burgalat emerged in the later ’90s among the top people mixed up in “nouvelle hazy” (brand-new influx) of France music. Born in the French isle of Corsica within the ’60s, Burgalat inherited his like for music from his parents, who have been mostly focused …

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Andy Partridge

The principal singer, guitarist, and songwriter for the beloved Uk art pop music group XTC, Andy Partridge was created December 11, 1953, on the island of Malta and raised in Swindon, England. In 1976, he teamed with bassist Colin Moulding and drummer Terry Chambers to create Star Park, later on …

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The Bevis Frond

The Bevis Frond was Nick Saloman, a neo-psychedelic Renaissance man and the only real writer, performer, and producer behind the cottage industry bearing the Frond name. The top of his very own label (Woronzow) along with the co-publisher of his very own underground newspaper (the respectable Ptolemaic Terrascope), Saloman was …

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The Stray Trolleys

British eccentric Martin Newell carved away an extended career in the music group Cleaners from Venus and less than his personal name, cranking away cheerfully poppy tunes and a lot of albums through the entire ’80s and beyond. His musical profession were only available in the middle-’70s using the glam …

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The Brotherhood of Lizards

When Cleaners from Venus were winding straight down toward the finish from the 1980s, main Clean Martin Newell started an identical task, the Brotherhood of Lizards, with bassist Nelson (simply no last name). The employees might have been different, however the music was basically the same: buzzing guitars, droll British …

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Virgineers

Fans from the Virgineers continue steadily to clamor for more information about the secretive set, and many think it is hard to trust they haven’t yet broken through the misty ether that surrounds them and confounds those that would like to learn. Though Ken Zawacki (vocals, guitars, keyboards, percussion) and …

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Martin Newell

Among the great eccentrics of contemporary English pop/rock and roll, Martin Newell’s tunes are recommended hearing for anyone who also enjoys the peculiarly Uk eccentricities of Ray Davies, Andy Partridge, Syd Barrett, and so on. His grasp from the pop connect was second to few through the entire 1980s and …

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