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El Rego

Pioneering Benin funk and spirit musician Théophile Do-Rego, recognized to most as “El Rego,” was created on, may 3, 1936 in Porto-Novo, Dahomey. He started his profession in music in Burkina Faso as an associate from the L’Harmonie Voltaique orchestra. After time for Dahomey (today Benin) in 1961, Rego produced …

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Gangi

Gangi began simply because the solo task of Brooklyn musician Matt Gangi in 2007, focusing on textural pop music similarly influenced by psyched-out electronica and burly freak folk. Surviving in a dilapidated house, Gangi documented debut 2008 record A in the home on his notebook, occasionally getting insight from friend …

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Klaus Dinger

As half from the famous Krautrock duo Neu!, drummer Klaus Dinger pioneered the hypnotic, perpetual-motion rhythmic design later on dubbed “motorik,” creating mechanised yet profoundly human being grooves that could galvanize successive decades of digital and pop performers. Given birth to in Germany on March 24, 1946, Dinger considered music …

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Gaia Mesiah

This three-part female, one-part male rock-band from Prague, Czech Republic, strives to talk about the same vision of heavy music like a playground for a variety of musical, stylistic and spiritual experimentation that unify many great rock bands such as for example Faith FORGET ABOUT, Jane’s Addiction, Deftones and Tool. …

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John Fullbright

Given birth to and raised in Okemah, Oklahoma, vocalist/songwriter John Fullbright was barely out of senior high school when he began using the celebration circuit. Raised in the music of hometown hero Woody Guthrie and steeped in the wealthy Americana artistry of genre-hopping mavericks like Townes Truck Zandt, Randy Newman, …

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Hush Arbors

Hush Arbors began in 2001 like a single automobile for Virginia-born singer/songwriter and guitarist Keith Real wood. Wood had worked well prolifically like a touring auxiliary musician in freak folk and experimental works like Sunburned Hands of the person and Six Organs of Admittance, and his acidity nation/drifter folk single …

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Wild Beasts

England’s Crazy Beasts were a duo founded in 2002 by Hayden Thorpe (electric guitar, vocals) and Ben Small (electric guitar). Originally known as Fauve, the group was became a member of by drummer Chris Talbot in 2004 and transformed its name to Crazy Beasts. After documenting a self-titled EP, Tom …

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Frankenstein Consort

Contemporary traditional composer and longtime person in the eccentric Birdsongs from the Mesozoic, Erik Lindgren took time faraway from his multiple duties as musician, industrial music composer, and label owner (Arf!Arf!) to record Classical A-Go-Go in 2006. Classical A-Go-Go was officially his third single record, but his initial with acoustic …

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Megapuss

Growing upon his psychedelic-inclined, ’70s-styled single albums, Devendra Banhart recruited Priestbird percussionist Greg Rogove in 2008 for the medial side task Megapuss. The Los Angeles-based duo premiered in June that yr at L.A.’s Hammer Museum. Unique materials plus an abstract cover of Tears for Concerns’ “Everybody Really wants to Guideline …

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Crystal Antlers

Long Seaside, California’s Crystal Antlers started turning heads in 2008 using their recording debut, EP, a release that was made by Ikie Owens (known for his use the Mars Volta) and noted because of its mixture of psychedelic, garage area, and prog rock sounds. Jonny Bell (bass, vocals, woodwinds), Andrew …

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