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Mono

Japanese experimental group Mono came together in 2000, choosing to forgo vocals and concentrate instead in atmospheric, classical-inspired rock music. The foursome, bassist Tamaki (the lone feminine in the group), drummer Yasunori Takada, and guitarists Takaakira “Taka” Goto and Yoda, released their initial full-length record, Beneath the Pipal Tree, in …

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Altered States

If genuine musicianship may be the guiding criterion, Altered Areas can arguably match any acoustic guitar/bass/drums trio in the annals of rock, which might strike some as an overstatement however the evidence will there be for anyone ready to look for the band’s Japanese label releases. The trio’s music pulls …

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King Brothers

Not to end up being confused using the blues work from the same name, the Ruler Brothers are referred to as probably the most dangerous work in Japan, having had themselves prohibited from just about any golf club in Osaka for destroying home. Made up of high school-aged rockers Masafumi …

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Universal Indians

Jamming on stage and in the studio with influential music artists such as for example Neil Campbell, Andrew Wilkes Krier, and Sonic Youth, General Indians participate in a music coterie focused on discovering the subliminal frontier of modern aesthetic experimentation. While it began with 1993 through the Lansing, MI, cellar …

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Null

Apart from the extremity of his use Japanese grind/loss of life/sound rockers Zeni Geva, K.K. Null reserved his single tasks for music just like intense but with an increase of variety. That range is merely astonishing due to the fact practically all of his recordings contain a patch cable or …

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Marlene Kuntz

Along with C.S.We. and Afterhours, Marlene Kuntz had been probably one of the most essential rings to emerge from your Italian underground in the ’90s, and among the leading titles from the indie rock and roll renaissance of this decade. Their combination of angular and dissonant guitars — owning greater …

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The Mike Gunn

Called after a former person in the psych art rock and roll “encounter” Schlong Weasel, the Mike Gunn, in its (roughly) half-decade of existence, became among the favorites & most respected from the Houston, TX psych rock and roll scene from the ’90s. Begun following dissolution from the multi-located Schlong …

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So Cow

Therefore Cow can be an indie pop combo led by Irish singer, songwriter, and guitarist Brian Kelly, performing tracks built around his lively but skittish melodies and wiry acoustic guitar function. While Kelly comes from Tuam, Ireland, Therefore Cow got its begin in Seoul, South Korea, where in 2005 Kelly …

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Wavves

Called for his concern with the ocean, Wavves, the skuzzy task of NORTH PARK slacker Nathan Williams, is definitely a mixture of distorted no-fi and processed sunshiny melodies. Charmingly messy, the majority of his lyrics, while hard to decipher, generally revolve round the topics of weed, boredom, as well as …

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Eat Skull

Using a maxed-out and skuzzy lo-fi sound that could qualify them within the arbitrarily named “shitgaze” genre — along with likeminded bands Times New Viking and Psychedelic Horseshit — Eat Skull incorporated more of a hardcore method of the sound formula than their contemporaries if they began in 2006, founded …

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