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Eric Bachmann

North Carolinian Eric Bachmann’s debut single album might have been called Brief Professions, but his music career continues to be anything but. You start with his early-’90s indie rock-band Archers of Loaf, the one-time Appalachian Condition University saxophone main provides crafted a relentlessly 3rd party and uncompromising rock and roll …

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Füxa

Detroit-based experimental rock duo Füxa centered on a lo-fi, electronics-heavy mixture of droning, treated guitars, vintage synths (frequently the Hammond B-3), and sparse percussion within the vein of Loop, Spacemen 3/Spiritualized, and Amp. Made up of Randall Nieman and Ryan Anderson, the group shaped in 1995 after Nieman still left …

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Slowly Minute

Gradually Minute’s whimsical electronic music may be the item of Takahiro Chiba, a resident of Sapporo, Japan who also works mainly because a designer. Chiba started producing music in the past due ’90s, while still in his teenagers. The playful mixture of live and digital components in Chiba’s preparations as …

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Unwed Sailor

The instrumental post-rock of Unwed Sailor has already established several contributors, but because the group’s inception in 1998 it’s been guided from the vision of Johnathon Ford. Created in Oklahoma, Ford have been an associate of Roadside Monument and Pedro the Lion. Due to his own tracks not really melding …

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Future Pilot A.K.A.

Previously the bassist for a bunch of Scottish indie-pop bands (including Soup Dragons, Telstar Ponies and BMX Bandits), Glasgow’s Sushil K. Dade debuted his very own project, Upcoming Pilot A.K.A., with many collaborational EPs with guests which range from Two Lone Swordsmen to rock and roll producer star Kim Fowley …

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Ui

Allied towards the more organic, instrumental groovesters within the American post-rock scene led by Tortoise, Ui targets angular grooves supplied by a dual-bass strike. THE BRAND NEW York music group was produced in 1990 by bassist Sasha Frere-Jones (previously of the group Dolores and most likely better referred to as …

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Mathias Eick

Norwegian trumpeter/multi-instrumentalist Mathias Eick is really a thoughtful, ambient-leaning jazz musician. Given birth to in 1979, Eick offers performed with a number of name players and it is a member from the Trondheim Jazz Orchestra as well as the intensifying jazz/digital ensemble Jaga Jazzist. Like a trumpeter, Eick is a …

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Tortoise

Tortoise revolutionized American indie rock and roll within the mid-’90s by using straight down tried-and-true punk and rock and roll & roll affects, emphasizing instead the incorporation of a number of left-field music styles from the prior twenty years, including Krautrock, dub, avant-garde jazz, classical minimalism, ambient and space music, …

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Uilab

Uilab may be the collaborative work between electronic music rings Stereolab and Ui that led to the 1998 EP launch, Fires.

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Doldrums

Dropping together in 1994 like a loose conglomeration, Doldrums quickly honed a bracing twin-guitar assault, as performed by Justin Chearno (ex Pitchblende) and former Rake bassist Expenses Kellum, with Bill’s sibling Matt Kellum (who also performs with Chomsky as well as the Death Ray Davies) on drums. Removing from the …

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