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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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Vibert/Simmonds

To check out the production credits in Vibert/Simmonds’ just album, the listener is normally led to think that the act is normally a duo comprising Luke Vibert and Jeremy Simmonds. Within a complicated work of techno subterfuge, nevertheless, Vibert may be the just one in charge of the 1993 LP …

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Konstruktivists

Konstruktivists (sometimes referred to as Konstruktivits or Konstruktivist) certainly are a Uk experimental industrial group who have been founded by Glenn Michael Wallis in the first ’80s. Wallis once was a member of the Krautrock-influenced group known as Heute and a co-employee of commercial originators Throbbing Gristle before he started …

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Black Breath

Originating in the city of Bellingham, WA and made up of vocalist Nate McAdams, guitarists F. Money and E. Wallace, bassist Elijah Nelson, and drummer J. Byrum Seattle-based Dark Breath quickly set up themselves as a favorite Emerald Town concert draw because of their crust-laden, metal-infused hardcore design, inspired by …

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Hopsin

Initially, Hopsin was well-known for his falling out in clumps using the pioneering label Ruthless, but that became a footnote when the rapper, manufacturer, and acting professional released the strike monitor “Sag My Trousers” by himself in past due 2010. Created Marcus Hopson, the LA native authorized with Ruthless in …

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Kreng

Kreng is a dark ambient/contemporary classical/soundtrack task conjured up by Belgian musician Pepijn Caudron, who’s associated with movie theater group Abattoir Ferm√©. Caudron’s recordings combine ghostly operatic vocals, shuffling jazz drumming, eerie dialogue examples, and levels of acoustic instrumentation, making dark, suspenseful soundscapes. Originally a sample-based task, Kreng evolved to …

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The Crimson Armada

Produced in 2007, Westerville, Ohio quintet the Crimson Armada discovered themselves on the meteoric rise through the extreme steel world. The music group, comprising Saud Ahmed (vocals/keyboards), Dan Hatfield (electric guitar), Josh Jardin (electric guitar), Chris Yates (bass/vocals), and David Puckett (drums), met up with the purpose of creating steel …

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Dark Suns

Having a sound inspired in equal parts from the progressive death metallic of Sweden’s Opeth, as well as the orchestrated gothic death/doom of November’s Doom and early Heaven Lost, Dark Suns surfaced from the town of Leipzig, Germany, in 1997. An initial demonstration, Below Dark Illusion, made an appearance the …

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Black Math Horseman

No regards to Dark Math Experiment, feminine fronted mellow doom clothing Dark Math Horseman includes bassist/vocalist Sera Timms, drummer Sasha Popovic, and guitarists Bryan Tulao and Ian Barry. Located in LA, they were agreed upon to Brooklyn label Tee Pee Information in January of 2009. The next April, soon after …

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Wrekmeister Harmonies

Focused in Chicago and using a name motivated by director Bela Tarr’s 2000 film, Wrekmeister Harmonies was founded by sound artist, multi-instrumentalist, and composer J.R. Robinson, who continues to be its only continuous member. Robinson is normally a audio installationist known for his ambient functions in spaces like the Andy …

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