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Autistic Daughters

Named following a lyric in one from the songs on the first album, Autistic Daughters feature the key trio of guitarist/vocalist/percussionist Dean Roberts, drummer/percussionist Martin Brandlmayr, and bassist Werner Dafeldecker, but likewise incorporate the Necks’ Chris Abrahams and Valerio Tricoli amongst their collaborators. Each of Autistic Daughters’ people includes a …

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Clogs

Comprising four classically trained music artists (Bryce Dessner, Padma Newsome, Rachael Elliott, and Thomas Kozumplik), the Clogs are an avant-garde chamber ensemble whose functions encompass an array of designs, including (however, not limited by) jazz, post-rock, and chamber music. They fulfilled in the past due ’90s on the Yale College …

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Bare Minimum

Pop deconstructionists SMALLEST AMOUNT were formed within the Bay Region in 1991 by singer/guitarist Brian Speckman and guitarist Tag Pinkos. Upon shifting to Seattle a short while later, these were became a member of by bassist Anthony Champa and drummer Joe Plummer; their eponymously entitled debut LP made an appearance …

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Ches Smith

Percussionist, drummer, and composer Ches Smith is really a forward-thinking, genre-bending musician having a bent toward experimental and avant-garde improvisation. Created in NORTH PARK, Smith was raised within the Sacramento region, where he became thinking about music in his teenagers, playing with a number of punk, metallic, and avant-garde jazz …

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La Makita Soma

Following premature break-up of his experimental noises duo Costs Ding, multi-instrumentalist Dan Snazelle shaped the instrumental quintet La Makita Soma, issuing the group’s debut album Monkey Island in mid-1999.

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Large Number

Multi-instrumentalist/vocalist Ann Shenton is definitely probably one of the most colourful personalities involved with electronica. Alongside offering vocals, synths, and theremin playing towards the mighty Add N to (X), her off-stage antics just increase her volatile charm. Along with producing her own wines and collecting capes, Shenton’s escapades consist of …

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J Fernandez

A concocter of neo-psychedelic lo-fi from Chicago, Arkansas indigenous Justin Fernandez aka J Fernandez settled in the town for a day time job in the first 2000s and spent many years performing in friends’ music tasks while building his own tough home-studio recordings in his free time. His initial two …

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Chico Science

Delivered amidst the wealthy cultural custom of Northeast, Chico Research began to test out afro bloco (Carnival group) Lamento Negro’s Gilmar, mixing maracatu with reggae, funk, rap, and rock and roll. The combination of local rhythms with globe pop music, performed by acoustic guitar, bass, samplers, along with other technology …

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The Race

Indie darlings The Competition came jointly in later 1999 when drummer Kevin Duneman still left Chisel Drill Hammer. Duneman, Craig Klein (vocals/electric guitar) and Steve Artwork (electric guitar/vocals) done The Race’s melodic pop design in their indigenous Chicago through the entire remaining calendar year; A self-titled EP made an appearance …

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Crescent

Emerging within the loosely described but nonetheless heavily intertwined post-rock scene of Bristol, England, Crescent experienced links to almost every other band of note for the reason that particular selection of rings. Vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Matt Jones performed bass on several produces for Amp, in addition to showing up in …

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