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Still Flyin’

Beginning as more of a collective than a genuine rock band, Continue to Flyin’ may be the brainchild of singer/songwriter and person in indie pop group Experts from the Hemisphere Sean Rawls, who shaped it in past due 2004 in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA after relocating there from Athens, Georgia, …

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Marcus Schmickler

A member from the thriving Cologne experimental music picture connected with Mouse on Mars, Nonplace Urban Field, Air Liquide, Mike Ink, as well as the A-Music, Electro Bunker, and Karaoke Kalk brands, Markus Schmickler is among the more “composerly” contributors compared to that conglomerate’s developing renown. A formal college student …

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Friend

The excitable new-school electro drum’n’bass of Friend formed area of the highly respected Swedish label Dot, which broke from the gate in early 1997 with four impeccable EPs — one each by Hab, Tupilaq, Quant and Friend. Both “Chromosome on the market” as well as the afterwards “Sauna Periods” were …

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Guru Guru

Produced in 1970, Guru Guru was a German prog rock and roll outfit whose largely instrumental function arranged the group squarely inside the boundaries of what’s commonly described decades later on as Krautrock. While guitarist Ax Genrich, Uli Trepte, and keyboardist/drummer (and Cluster collaborator) Mani Neumeier continued to be the …

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Aspects of Physics

Areas of Physics was, fittingly more than enough, an offshoot from the San Diego-based Physics, who have played a loud, trance-inducing make of post-rock that combined consumer electronics and guitars. After seven many years of working being a loose-knit collective, Physics known as it quits in 2000, and longtime member …

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Windsor for the Derby

Hailing from Tampa, FL, the founding people from the atmospheric post-rock group Windsor for the Derby — guitarists Dan Matz and Jason McNeeley, alongside drummer Greg Anderson — soon migrated to Austin, TX, where these were signed to the neighborhood Trance Syndicate label. Their debut LP, 1996’s Quiet Hades Float, …

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No Age

LA experimental lo-fi drum-and-guitar duo Zero Age group are Dean Spunt and Randy Randall, ex-members of hardcore music group Wives. Through assorted indie brands, No Age group released limited works of vinyl-only EPs before collecting a lot of those songs for the singles collection Weirdo Rippers, released by U.K. label …

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Air Liquide

Not to end up being confused with the international chemical substance firm of the same name, the Köln-based duo of Cem Mouth and Ingmar Koch (who pass the brands Jammin’ Device and Walker, respectively) have already been building hard-hitting experimental acidity and techno mainly because Air Liquide because the early …

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Appliance

Exeter, England-based post-rock trio Equipment was formed by guitarist/vocalist Wayne Brooks, bassist Stuart Christie, and drummer David Ireland, schoolmates whose earliest music sprung using their mutual admiration of rings want Spacemen 3 and Pleasure Department. Upon completing their documented debut “Weightless Circumstances” for an improvisational compilation around the M.T.B. label, …

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Michael Rother

Michael Rother was created in Germany in 1950. In the past due ’60s, he performed for an organization known as Spirits of Audio and in addition Wolfgang Flür. The last mentioned group would afterwards become Kraftwerk; Rother also used Kraftwerk in 1971. That same calendar year he continued to the …

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