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35007

Going with the enigmatic code name 35007 (appear closely; it spells “loose” ugly), Dutch music artists Tag Sponselee (electric guitar, bass, drums, synths, results), Bertus Fridael (electric guitar), Michel Boekhoudt (bass), and Sander Evers (drums) execute ambient trance-groove music of the predominantly instrumental style. Secretive naturally, the group seldom performs …

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5uu’s

Motivated by Europe’s Rock and roll In Opposition movement from the past due 1970s, drummer/composer David Kerman shaped the 5uu’s in LA in 1984. The band’s name was produced from gang graffiti spray-painted on regional buildings. Afterwards in 1984 the 5uu’s released their initial LP, Bel Marduk & Tiamat, independently …

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John Wesley

Many music fans understand John Wesley (aka Wes Dearth) like a captivating, flexible journeyman guitarist, so when the “5th” person in Porcupine Tree. Wesley’s intensive street warrior bona fides consist of utilize a wide a variety of performers from prog, hard rock and roll, metallic, and indie rock and roll …

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Handful of Dust

Besides founding well known avant-garde New Zealand label Xpressway, not forgetting his a lot more great organization Corpus Hermeticum (which between them possess released attempts from such music innovators while Peter Jefferies, Wreck Little Loudspeakers on Expensive Stereos, and Soaring Saucer Assault), Bruce Russell offers pursued a music career in …

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Daniel Denis

The co-founder, chief composer, and leader of Belgian gothic music group Univers No, Daniel Denis revealed a far more sensitive side on two solo albums — Sirius as well as the Spirits and Les Eaux Troubles — throughout a hiatus in the band in the first ’90s. As the albums …

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Michael d’Albuquerque

The bass participant and vocalist for classical rock-band, Electric powered Light Orchestra from 1973 to 1974, Michael D’Albuquerquehas continued to explore the furthest realms of his music. His two single albums, WE MIGHT All End up being Cattle But We’ve All Got Brands, released in 1973, and Stalking The Sleeper, …

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Hasse Bruniusson

In the 1970s onward, Hasse (also spelled Hans sometimes) Bruniusson continues to be perhaps one of the most influential drummers in Sweden. An associate from the seminal intensifying rock-band Samla Mammas Manna, he later on joined up with the Bloom Kings while keeping energetic in experimental, free of charge, and …

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Hatfield and the North

Emerging from your Canterbury, England music community that also released Gong and Kevin Ayers’ depends upon, the whimsical progressive rock and roll unit Hatfield as well as the North created in 1972. Called honoring a motorway indication beyond London, the group’s founding regular membership brought collectively a who’s who from …

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Gordian Knot

An all-instrumental group that combined prog metallic and jazz fusion using the even more ethereal noises of Ruler Crimson, Gordian Knot was the task of bassist/stay participant/keyboardist Sean Malone with many collaborators including guitarist Trey Gunn of Ruler Crimson and previous Cynic drummer Sean Reinert. Gordian Knot also included guitarists …

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Gordon Haskell

Gordon Haskell is normally regarded as a footnote in the annals of Ruler Crimson — the only real lead singer within the group’s longer list of workers who hardly ever played an individual live date using the music group, though he was together very long enough to slice the majority …

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