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Jon Spencer

When raunchy garage area rockers Pussy Galore called it quits in 1990, vocalist/guitarist Jon Spencer founded the Blues Explosion, alongside guitarist Judah Bauer and drummer Russell Simins. Burning Spencer’s Elvis-on-acid yelp with much dosage of punk, funk, and blues, the music group first garnered interest using its 1993 outing, Extra …

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Union Carbide Productions

Think about a couple of thuggish-sounding, Stooges-inspired pounders from…Sweden? That is right, you American xenophobes, I stated Sweden. Actually, I could think about few rings who utilized the Stooges primal riff-thud’n’noise much better than UCP. Fueled with the rampaging guitars of Patrick Caganis and Bjorn Olsson, as well as the …

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John Congleton

A Grammy Award-winning maker, engineer, multi-instrumentalist, and composer, John Congleton, furthermore to his impressive behind-the-board function, was the frontman for nervy post-punk rockers the Paper Run after and, recently, the equally incendiary the Nighty Nite. Between 1998 and 2010 the Tx indigenous released five albums using the Paper Run after, …

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The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion

After a very long and semi-successful tenure as leader of scuzz-rock heroes Pussy Galore, Jon Spencer shook up his anti-rock vision and installed with guitarist Judah Bauer and drummer Russell Simins to generate the scuzz-blues trio the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion. Postmodern towards the core, there is an authentic irony …

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Lyzanxia

Anjou, France’s Lyzanxia were founded in 1996 with the Potvin brothers, David (vocals, lead electric guitar) and Franck (vocals, tempo electric guitar), and by the next season, had a full-length demonstration (deceptively entitled Lullaby) at hand to look to record labels. But there have been up to now no takers …

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Wesley Willis

Wesley Willis was a schizophrenic road singer who developed a little cult following along with his bizarre, three-chord rants about trivial everyday products, music, and folks he knew. Willis was found out singing within the roads of Chicago in the first ’90s. For the very first area of the 10 …

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Type O Negative

NY goth steel quartet Type O Bad were led by vocalist/bassist/songwriter Peter Steele and included guitarist Ken Hickey, keyboardist Josh Sterling silver, and drummer Johnny Kelly. Steele produced Type O Harmful in 1990 from the remnants of thrash music group Carnivore, together with his friend Sal Abruscato (drums). Type O’s …

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Descendents

Fueled by “rejection, food, coffee, girls, angling and food,” the Descendents sprang up through the halcyon days of the LA punk scene; fusing the blind trend of hardcore with an unexpectedly wry, self-deprecating wit and a solid melodic sensibility that arranged them distinctly aside from their Western Coastline brethren, they …

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Test Icicles

Having a goofy name along with a sound that spans sound, metallic, dance-punk, and pop, London’s Check Icicles formed in 2004 from several friends who composed spur-of-the-moment bands and played impromptu gigs. Before arriving in London, Florida-born Sam Merrann relocated to Australia at age group seven and performed in metallic …

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Devil in a Woodpile

Chicago’s Devil within a Woodpile has their very own brash country-rock, layering it with ragtime, sultry jazz, plus some nasty blues to create roots rock and roll an ever-changing genre in music. The earnest music group — frontman/multi-instrumentalist Rick “Cookin” Sherry, metal guitarist Paul K., and bassist Tom Ray — …

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