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Rob Kelly

Given birth to and raised in Ireland, Rob Kelly was inspired to rap from the East Coastline icons from your past due ‘80s and early ‘90s, like Big Daddy Kane and KRS-One aswell while Redman and Big L. He sharpened his MCing abilities competing in lots of freestyle fights and …

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Lee Walker

Hailing through the British industrial city of Middlesbrough, Lee Walker got begun tinkering with music in his bedroom at age 15. Locating his feet in the wonderful world of music creation, Walker initially began creating hard, bouncy techno, motivated by Mákina — a Spanish subgenre of techno that drew motivation …

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Void

Void was among the first rings to fuse hardcore punk and rock in a manner that was accepted by punk supporters, as well as the initial music group signed to Ian MacKaye’s Dischord label that wasn’t from Washington, D.C. (they hailed rather from suburban Columbia, Maryland). Their impact wasn’t as …

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Full Blast

An aggressive, emotive free of charge jazz trio, Whole Blast is another of reedman Peter Brötzmann’s touring and saving configurations and includes the explosive tempo portion of Marino Pliakas about electrical bass and Michael Wertmüller about drums. Wertmüller and Brötzmann toured with one another for years like a duo, and …

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Attila

Party-hearty loss of life metallic rockers Attila shaped while in senior high school within their hometown of Atlanta in 2005, across the core of founders Chris “Fronz” Fronzak (vocals) and Sean Heenan (drums). The music group played celebrations and festivals around Atlanta. Their initial long-player, 2007’s Fallacy on Statik Manufacturer …

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Triple C’s

Championed by their homeboy with onetime, member Rick Ross, the Miami hip-hop staff Triple C’s (aka Carol City Cartel) emerged for the scene in ’09 2009 using the golf club hit “Move.” Their root base return back over ten years previously, when in 1997 Ross and rapper Gunplay started collaborating …

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Yanka Dyagileva

Perhaps one of the most difficult, disturbing, and hauntingly beautiful voices of Soviet rock and roll, Yanka Dyagileva found prominence just after her 1991 suicide, when ratings of bootlegs and concert recordings rose to the top. Her intimate and creative ties with Grazhdanskaya Oborona — creator and Russian punk rock …

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Cripper

Founded in the north German city of Hildesheim in 2005 by then-students Christian Bröhenhorst and Jonathan Stenger, female-fronted, Hannover-based steel unit Cripper provides up a searing mixture of vintage thrash and blackened death steel that’s attracted comparisons to rings like Holy Moses, Arch Enemy, Kvelertak, and Spiders. The group reached …

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Kingdom

Equipped with a heartfelt conviction to battle social injustice wherever and nonetheless it may increase its ugly mind — all while advertising their strict vegan straight-edge lifestyle — Kingdom certainly are a hardcore strap from Philadelphia, PA, that shaped in the summertime of 2006. Powered (and sober) because they had …

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The Arm

What began being a weeklong, seven-song saving test became something even more for sweaty disco-infused indie rockers the Arm. Produced in Austin in 2001 and offering Sean O’Neal on vocals, Alex Lyon on electric guitar, Alex Ramirez on bass, and Kevin Bybee on drums, the group toured with rings like …

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