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On the Speakers

When his old band Creeper Lagoon dropped aside, singer/guitarist Ian Sefchick was disappointed and shaken plenty of to move from your band’s hometown of SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA and check out southern California. Sefchick was spending a whole lot of restless period on the sofa before an opportunity ending up …

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The Reverend Horton Heat

The Reverend Horton High temperature is perhaps typically the most popular psychobilly artist ever, his recognition only rivaled with the esteem generated with the genre’s founders, the Cramps. The Reverend (as both three-man band and its own guitar-playing frontman had been known) built a solid cult following through the ’90s …

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Reggie Watts

Probably the just artist ever sold to get equal love from Brian Eno as well as the Comedy Central television network, comedian/musician/performance artist Reggie Watts combines spoken word, human beatboxing, rapping, and standup comedy for his innovative and unclassifiable material. Becoming beyond your norm began at child years for Reginald …

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Ludwig Hirsch

Austrian singer/songwriter Ludwig Hirsch was an accomplished and well-known musician know for his dark humor and literate, often morbid lyrics. Created in Sankt Magdalena am Lemberg, Styria in 1946, Hirsch spent a lot of his youngsters in Vienna. Hirsch 1st studied visual artwork at university or college and, from 1975 …

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Mike Doughty

Before emerging being a solo artist, Mike Doughty (referred to as M. Doughty through the first stages of his profession) was most widely known because the frontman of the initial avant-garde group Spirit Coughing. Produced in 1992, Spirit Coughing took form after Doughty fulfilled Yuval Gabay, Sebastian Steinberg, and Tag …

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Randy Newman

An anomaly among early-’70s singer/songwriters, Randy Newman might have been slightly influenced by Bob Dylan, but his music owed even more to Brand-new Orleans R&B and traditional pop than folk. Newman created an idiosyncratic design that alternated between sweeping, cinematic pop and moving R&B, that have been tied jointly by …

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John K. Samson

Canadian singer, songwriter, and poet John K. Samson is most beneficial referred to as the frontman for introspective Winnipeg indie rock and roll clothing the Weakerthans. Through the early ’90s, while playing bass for Canadian punk group Propagandhi, Samson released a 15-music solo cassette known as Slips & Tangles. From …

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Pink Floyd

Some rings become shorthand for a particular sound or design, and Pink Floyd belongs among that top notch group. The name connotes something particular: an flexible, echoing, mind-bending sound that evokes the chasms of space. Green Floyd grounded that endless audio with exacting explorations of mundane issues of ego, brain, …

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Radioinactive

Area of the talented and frequently hilarious Dirty Loop collective, Radioinactive debuted around the Western Coast rap picture within the mid-’90s by showing up with VACATION CABIN (aka 7 Imaginary Gypsys: Murs, Eligh, Scarub) and recorded a set of well-received EPs (with the hip-hop underground a minimum of), “Fotractor” and …

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Color Bars

The Color Pubs began in 2003 because the recording project of New York-based singer/songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and producer Gerald Slevin. Inspired by a mixture of ’60s and ’70s pop, as well as the psychedelic eclecticism of works just like the Flaming Lip area as well as the Elephant 6 indie picture, …

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