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Acid Mothers Temple

After performing with such bands as Toho Sara, Ohkami Zero Jikan, Musica Transonic, and Mainliner, Japan guitarist Makoto Kawabata made a decision to continue his musical explorations by combining like-minded individuals to generate trippy psychedelic freak-outs inspired by Karlheinz Stockhausen, Krautrock, and ’70s progressive hard rock and roll. Acid Moms …

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Sun Dial

A U.K. psychedelic music group for the ’90s, Sunlight Dial released Reflector, their American debut, in 1993. Libertine was released the same 12 months.

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The Warlocks

Indeed, it has been an extended, strange trip for Warlocks innovator Bobby Hecksher since his music group played their 1st gig on July 4, 1998. Given birth to in Florida, Hecksher was raised on a reliable diet of rock and roll & move — his mom worked in a radio …

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Trolley

Exhibiting a luminous pop/rock and roll style supported by way of a masterful rhythm section, Trolley enjoy melodious grooving tunes with two guitarist/vocalists within the forefront. The staff first set up in Milwaukee, Wisconsin amid the ’90s, using a lineup comprising Paul Wall structure (vocals, electric guitar), Mike Perotto (electric …

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Blank Blue

Los Angeles maker Nobody had currently established himself like a mainstay within the left-field hip-hop picture by enough time he decided he wished to follow-up his 2003 Ubiquity launch, Pacific Drift: European Drinking water Music, Vol. 1, with one which featured one vocalist. Soon he contacted Niki Randa, with whom …

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Sunstorm

Sunstorm was an indie rock-band formed in LA in July of 1999. Jerrold Balcom, the group’s innovator, and son of the theoretical physicist, got developed in Torrance, California. For a while, he resided in Tempe, Az before moving back again to the Western world L.A. region, where he fulfilled up …

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The Verve

Long acclaimed among the state-of-the-art and spellbinding bands around the modern British pop picture, the Verve finally broke to a mass worldwide audience in 1997 with the moment traditional “Bittersweet Symphony.” By no extend a report in overnight achievement, the group’s rise was rather the culmination of an extended, arduous …

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The Westside Daredevils

The Westside Daredevils certainly are a Knoxville, TN, alternative pop music group formed in 2000 by co-frontmen Brett Cassidy and Jeff Caudill, lead guitarist Gray Comer, drummer Morrie Rothstein, and bass player Brandon Smith. The group areas an focus on melodic, upbeat music offering three guitars and three-part harmonies, and …

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Astral Social Club

After departing Vibracathedral Orchestra in 2006, veteran Uk experimental musician Neil Campbell centered on Astral Sociable Golf club, an outlet for his solo and small group recordings and performances that melded throbbing, intense techno beats with dense, overwhelming tapestries of psychedelic noise. Campbell constructs his confounding, manic collages with a …

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The Three O’Clock

The Three O’Clock were the quintessential L.A. Paisley Underground music group. Lead vocalist and bassist Michael Quercio actually coined the word to spell it out the group of bands, like the Wish Syndicate, Rainfall Parade, Green on Crimson, as well as the Bangles, who included the chiming guitars from the …

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