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Beak>

“> “> A trio crafting thick and atmospheric music influenced by dub, Krautrock, as well as the Seaside Kids, BEAK> feature Portishead maker/multi-instrumentalist Geoff Barrow, bassist Billy Fuller, and keyboardist Matt Williams. Fuller and Williams will also be users of Fuzz Against Rubbish and Group Brick, respectively, both rings that …

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Silk Flowers

Forging a hallucinatory mixture of synths and deep, slurred vocals that appear to be Ian Curtis on coughing syrup, New York’s Silk Plants features vocalist/multi-instrumentalist Aviram Cohen and keyboardist Peter Schuette from Soiled Mattress & the Springs, and Ethan Swan of Car Clutch, Emergency, and Corpse Kisser. The music group …

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JDSY

JDSY may be the alias of electronic pop maker/vocalist Joseph Sims, who’s associated with the Ghostly International and Moongadget brands and who made his full-length recording debut in 2008. Given birth to in Ann Arbor, MI, in 1982, Sims produced his documenting debut in 2005 on Ghostly International having a …

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If These Trees Could Talk

Putting a steel advantage on exploratory post-rock, Akron, Ohio’s If These Trees and shrubs Could Speak deliver sprawling noises tempered with blistering movement. Using a sound similar to Mogwai and Russian Circles, the band’s delay-heavy audio is constantly discovering sonic peaks and valleys as the band’s three-guitar strike surrounds listeners …

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Diamond Watch Wrists

Diamond View Wrists can be an experimental psychedelic cooperation between manufacturer Guillermo Scott Herren (most widely known for his are Prefuse 73) and drummer Zach Hill (from the music group Hella) that produced its record debut in ’09 2009 with Glaciers Capped in Both Ends on Warp Information. Herren, who …

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Caw! Caw!

Originally formed like a punk rock outfit in 2001, Chicago, IL-based Caw! Caw! would develop and mature — not forgetting heading from a quartet to a trio — right into a blissed-out, spacy experimental pop group. The bandmembers honed their abilities and explored fresh territory within their hometown, carrying out …

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Aerosol

Aerosol may be the single alias of Rasmus Rasmussen, a Danish electronic musician and guitarist whose music mixes IDM and ambient music with atmospheric post-rock. Rasmussen was an associate of Limp (along with Jakob Skøtt of Syntaks and Jonas Munk aka Manual), a post-rock supergroup who released one record on …

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The Fun Years

The minimal experimental sounds from the Fun Years are made by turntablist Isaac Sparks and baritone guitarist Ben Recht. The uncommon instrumentation often network marketing leads to monitors over 10 minutes lengthy. After a small number of their very own recordings on CD-R, the duo was brought aboard by Brooklyn’s …

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Weird Owl

Created in 2004, Brooklyn’s Strange Owl possess a sound that falls somewhere within the overblown excursions of fellow Brooklynites Oneida as well as the spacy, exploratory riffing of Dark Mountain. The music group provides carved out a audio of its, combining the impact of psych rock and roll pioneers 13th …

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Lotus Plaza

The project of Deerhunter guitarist/vocalist Lockett Pundt, Lotus Plaza recalls a few of his various other band’s shoegaze-tinged hazy experimentalism and bursts of lucid guitar pop, but takes those sounds in directions influenced by ’50s and ’60s pop and ’80s post-punk. Though he performed in several groupings during senior high …

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