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Ivy

THE BRAND NEW York-based pop group Ivy came together in 1994 when multi-instrumentalist Andy Run after placed an ad within the Town Voice so that they can take up a band. Musician/songwriter Adam Schlesinger solved Chase, for both had shared musical likes — both loved Prefab Sprout as well as …

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Kas Product

Kas Item made a few of the most rigid and needling electronic music from the post-punk period. Based from Nancy, France, the U.S.-given birth to Mona Soyoc (vocals, guitar, and piano) and Frenchman Daniel “Spatsz” Favre (synthesizer, drum programming) debuted in 1980 with a set of 7″ releases for the …

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In Camera

Jeff Wilmott (drums and piano), Pete Moore (bass), Andrew Grey (electric guitar, keyboards), and David Steiner (vocals, keyboards) shaped the London, England-based post-punk music group In Camcorder in 1978. “Last Accomplishment”/”Die Laughing” as well as the IV Tracks EP, both released on 4AD in 1980, highlighted a jagged, generating audio …

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Black Tape for a Blue Girl

Dark Tape for the Blue Girl’s ethereal, mournful sound virtually described the darkwave visual of the label, Projekt Information, an organization owned and operated with the group’s creator, composer and keyboardist Sam Rosenthal. Produced in 1983, Projekt was originally envisioned as an electric outlet for Rosenthal’s single digital music; upon …

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Jimmy Spellman

Given birth to in 1935 in Ohio, and most widely known for his rockin’ solitary “Doggonit,” Jimmy Spellman became a normal on the Az Hayride show from Phoenix within the mid-’50s, and played a central part within the development of this town’s nascent rockabilly nation picture, which also included Duane …

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Black Label Society

After falling out in clumps with coach Ozzy Osbourne following saving sessions for 1995’s Ozzmosis, guitarist Zakk Wylde struck from his own along with his first solo album, Reserve of Shadows, in 1996. When it didn’t rating any mainstream achievement, the six-stringer had taken a protracted break before resurfacing with …

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Ki:Theory

The stage name of Richmond, Virginia-based DJ, multi-instrumentalist, recording artist, and producer Joel Burleson, Ki:Theory is recognized as very much for his productions and remixes as his dark and angular synth-based alt-rock. Burleson provides released many albums and EPs beneath the moniker, including Brittle Branches (2006), Conserve Our Town (2008), …

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Billy Lee Riley

Billy Lee Riley was a rockabilly singer and multi-instrumentalist. An alumnus of Sunlight Information, he was probably one of the most crazed, unabashed rockers that label got to provide — together with Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins, and Sonny Burgess, that’s stating a lot. Effective in harmonica, acoustic guitar, bass, …

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Bitch Magnet

Area of the extended Squirrel Bait family members tree, Bitch Magnet was 1 of 2 rings that guitarist David Grubbs joined in the wake of his departure. Unlike another one, Bastro, Grubbs wasn’t a charter person in Bitch Magnet, nor was he the first choice; that duty dropped to bassist/vocalist …

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Ilan Chester

Given birth to in Israel and raised in Venezuela, Ilan Chester offers incorporated a worldwide range of affects into his music. Influenced by Tito Rodriguez, the Puerto Rican multi-instrumentalist who was simply among the spearheads of New York’s Latin music picture, Chester was similarly enamored of American R&B and English …

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