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Jim Beard

Fusion bandleader Jim Beard assembled a lot of major-level skill for his 1990 recording Song of sunlight, notably Wayne Shorter, Michael Brecker, and Toots Thielemans.

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Robin Fox

Robin Fox can be an Australian experimental designer and classically trained composer most widely known for his shows and installations utilizing lasers and smoke cigarettes devices, transforming improvised shades and indicators from his laptop computer into stunning 3-D visuals. Like a documenting designer, he offers collaborated thoroughly with Anthony Pateras …

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Sacramentum

Originally going from the name Tumulus if they began in past due 1990, Nisse Karlén (bass/vocals), Anders Brolycke (guitar) and Nicklas Rudolfsson (drums) ultimately made the transformation to Sacramentum after recording their Finis Malorum CD EP in 1992. Attempting to make their tag on the encompassing Swedish black metallic scene, …

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Saafir

Through the Bay Area, Saafir first appeared on Casual’s Fear Itself, Digital Underground’s The Body-Hat Syndrome, as well as the Menace II Society soundtrack. Having a offer from Qwest Information, the rapper recruited the Hobo Junction creation group (J Groove, J.Z., Rational, Big Nasal area, and Poke Marshall) for his …

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Joseph LoDuca

Detroit, Michigan local Joseph LoDuca is a film and tv composer most widely known for his active collaborations with filmmaker Sam Raimi. Early dreams to be always a rock and roll guitarist led a teenaged LoDuca to possibilities opening along with his music group for famous brands Bob Seger and …

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Die Ärzte

Pass away Ärzte spearheaded the German punk rock and roll revolution. While hardly ever achieving the worldwide renown of competitors Die Toten Hosen, their effect on Central Western european music and lifestyle is deep, and their satirical and frequently political music are even trained in German academic institutions. Die Ärzte …

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Def Con Dos

A rap/metallic act from Spain, Def Con Dos started taking part in covers of General public Foe and Beastie Kids while touring Madrid’s golf club scene beneath the name of Freddy Krueger y los Experts del Universo. Shortly they documented a demo known as Primer Asalto, registered to regional label …

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Mad Capsule Markets

Among American listeners, japan trio Mad Capsule Marketplaces has most regularly been in comparison to Atari Teenage Riot, because of the crashing punk and metallic guitars which overlay the band’s intense digital backdrop of commercial, techno, and drum’n’bass rhythms. However they’ve been documenting a lot longer than ATR, developing completely …

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Gadget

Having a lethal mixture of grindcore, punk, death, black color, doom, and sludge steel, Sweden’s Gadget offers roots that track back again to the late 1990s. Originally conceived as the instrument-switching alter-ego of a far more traditional metalcore device known as Abegail, the music group was founded by William Blackmon, …

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Funk d’Void

Around the techno part of tech-house, Lars Sandberg’s streamlined recordings as Funk D’Void enlivened the fertile Glasgow techno picture through the mid-’90s thanks to Soma Recordings, the label owned by local scene-heads Slam. He started DJing hip-hop and home around Glasgow in the middle-’80s and later on began recording aswell, …

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