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Half Man Half Biscuit

The acerbic post-punk outfit About half Man About half Biscuit was formed in Birkenhead, Britain in 1984 by singer/guitarist Nigel Blackwell, his guitarist brother Si, bassist Neil Crossley, and drummer Paul Wright. While still languishing in comparative obscurity, they joined the studio room in 1985 to record their debut LP, …

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Gil Melle

A genuine renaissance guy, Gil Melle began his career being a post-bop baritone saxophonist who also composed and painted, afterwards branching out right into a wide selection of artistic and scientific areas. He deserted jazz fairly in early stages in his profession, choosing to create several film and tv ratings …

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Bridge61

A fluid and flexible improvising quartet, Bridge61 was shaped in Chicago in 2004 by reed participant Ken Vandermark, bassist Nate McBride, drummer Tim Daisy, and clarinetist Jason Stein. Vandermark, McBride, and Daisy acquired all worked jointly in a variety of ensembles before, with Vandermark and Daisy dating their cooperation back …

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GWAR

GWAR (popularly regarded as an acronym for God What a horrible Racket, regardless of the band’s protests towards the in contrast) are thrash metal’s response to the greater mainstream satire of Spine Faucet. Gory, sexually perverse, and scatological within the intense, GWAR were created at Virginia Commonwealth University or college …

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Pink Mountain

The band Red Mountain, made up of West Coastline music artists Sam Coomes (keys, vocals), Kyle Bruckmann (twice reeds, analog synth), Scott Rosenberg (reeds), John Shiurba (guitar, bass), and Gino Robair (drums), most of whom are in various other music projects, released their self-titled debut, an assortment of prog, rock, …

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Luc Ferrari

20th century French composer Luc Ferrari is a main contributor to musique concrète for many decades. In the past due 1950s, he started collaborating using the “Groupe de Musique Cement” (a romantic relationship which lasted until 1966) and helped Pierre Schaeffer discovered the “Groupe de Recherches Musicales,” an organization and …

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DJ Assault

DJ Assault has already established a large submit getting ghetto-tech, aka booty music, from your metropolitan roads of Detroit towards the suburban golf club circuit. The incorporation of electro beats with hardcore, occasionally pornographic lyrics, is definitely why is ghetto-tech extremely distinguishable from its additional techno cousins. (Though DJ Assault …

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Homosexuals

Using a subversive name that didn’t lend itself well to printed handbills, a skill school D.We.Y. ethic, along with a deconstructionist method of music, cult ’70s United kingdom punk rockers the Homosexuals had been highly influential to people lucky enough to get noticed them, but appeared doomed to obscurity right …

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Clipd Beaks

Embracing the angular, semi-melodic impact of post-punk pioneers like the Homosexuals which Heat combined with the electronic floors of fellow contemporary no-wave revivalists, Clipd Beaks started producing music amid the chilly surroundings of Minneapolis, MN, in 2003. Founding people Ray Benjamin (drums) and Scott Ecklein (bass) understood one another since …

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Gershon Kingsley

Gershon Kingsley occupies many unique niche categories within the annals of popular and classical music — as well as the sheer breadth of his function makes him something of one amount in music altogether. Being a composer and instrumentalist, he’s a central amount in neuro-scientific “space age group pop” and …

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