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March Violets

This rock-band with definite ‘gothic’ leanings was formed in England during 1982. Loz Elliott (bass) fulfilled Simon Denbigh (vocals) in Leeds, as well as the last mentioned recruited a vintage friend, Tom Ashton (electric guitar). As well as hastily recruited feminine vocalist, Rosie Garland, they moved into the studios to …

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Sad Lovers & Giants

Sad Enthusiasts and Giants certainly are a Uk post-punk music group influenced by psychedelia and folk music. Their clean-sounding however, not over-produced recordings mix chiming guitars, atmospheric keyboards, immediate rhythms, and acerbic lyrics. Their music guidelines toward gloominess, nonetheless it avoids the melodramatic clichés of a number of the even …

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Eyeless in Gaza

Focusing on alternative pop/rock and roll, post-punk, and art rock and roll, the experimental Uk duo Eyeless in Gaza possess enjoyed a keen cult following because the early 1980s. The music of Eyeless in Gaza offers tended to become moody, quirky and atmospheric, sketching on influences which have ranged from …

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Tony Kostrzewa

Tony Kostrzewa founded Crimson Rhino Records, among the premiere Uk independent labels from the post-punk period and a starting pad for serves including Pulp, Entrance 242, and Crimson Lorry Yellow Lorry. Blessed Julian Anthony Kostrzewa in Yorkshire on Oct 18, 1949, “Tony K” (as he was nearly universally known) originally …

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