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Coil

Primarily established in 1982 being a solo outlet for vocalist and percussionist John Balance, the experimental sonic manipulation unit Coil became a full-fledged concern a year afterwards following arrival of keyboardist/programmer Peter Christopherson, a founder of Psychic TV and a person in Throbbing Gristle. After debuting using the 17-minute one …

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Christopher Lee

During his prolific job of nearly 70 years, British actor and singer Sir Christopher Lee founded himself in a number of roles, sometimes iconic, frequently villainous, and usually interesting. After an extraordinary military profession during World Battle II, Lee plied his trade in little background assignments for ten years before …

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Okkyung Lee

Korean indigenous Okkyung Lee began her career as an experimental cellist with traditional teaching, eventually expanding into areas of improvisation, noise, jazz, and prolonged technique. Lee collaborated with lots of the larger names within the sound and experimental improvisation moments, including shows and recording times with standout performers like Nels …

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The Jelly Jam

Following a dissolution of prog rock and roll supergroup Platypus in 2000, three from the group’s members continued to create the similarly minded force trio the Jelly Jam. Vocalist/guitarist Ty Tabor (King’s X), bassist John Myung (Desire Theatre), and drummer Pole Morgenstein (Dixie Dregs, Winger) continuing Platypus’ legacy for intensifying, …

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Paul Desmond

Paul Desmond is more popular for his genius like a melodic improviser so when the standard of great jazz sax players. His warm, elegant shade was one which he admittedly attempted to make appear to be a dried out martini. He and Artwork Pepper were practically the only real alto …

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The Gathering

An innovative, classy, and highly enhanced “symphonic metallic” outfit from Holland, the Gathering debuted with 1993’s Constantly, a fairly simple death metallic album with vocals by Marike Groot, although heavy usage of keyboards managed to get stand out a little from additional such albums at that time. The follow-up, 1994’s …

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Heimataerde

The Templar-obsessed electro-industrial group Heimataerde (“House Soil”) cleverly combined three separate yet related genres from Germany’s “dark scene” to generate a thing that was both fresh and new, yet rooted within the distant past. Their usage of middle ages instruments (especially bagpipes) and melodies had not been unique alone. The …

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Triumph

Late-’70s/early-’80s prog metallists Triumph endured countless evaluations to Hurry throughout their profession, and with justification; these were both quite identical musically and lyrically, made up of three people each, and hailed from Canada (though it must be stated that Rush had been the originator, and had been a lot more …

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André Previn

Effective as pianist, composer, and especially as conductor, André Previn has frequently bridged the gap between well-known and so-called “severe” music, and in doing this broadened the horizons of both. His dad was an achieved pianist (though an attorney by occupation) and identified that his child would adhere to in …

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Stan Rogers

Stan Rogers originated from Hamilton, Ontario, a six-foot-four poet who began as a rock and roll bassist before embracing folk music. Along with his wealthy voice, he utilized his music to contact to life every one of the question and mysticism of his indigenous Canada. His performing was occasionally recognised …

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