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Dag Nasty

Dag Nasty kept roaring D.C.-styled hardcore alive through the mid-’80s. Even though group was even more available and melodic than Small Threat, it by no means dropped its bracing, blistering advantage. Formed by previous Small Threat and Meatmen guitarist Brian Baker and ex-DYS vocalist Dave Smalley, Dag Nasty documented their …

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Elliott Brood

Canadian alt-folk/nation group Elliott Brood shaped in 2002 based throughout the songwriting of Windsor, Ontario natives Tag Sasso and Casey Laforet. Motivated by their shared admiration for Neil Youthful, the Band, as well as the Traveling Burrito Brothers, both friends started playing together like a duo in Toronto. During among …

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Vessel

The project of Bristol, England’s Seb Gainsborough, Vessel expands on his hometown’s legacy of pioneering producers with ever-shifting components of techno, home, garage, dubstep, ambient, and industrial music. An integral part of the Teen Echo collective, which also contains El Child and Kahn & Zhou, Vessel debuted officially in 2011 …

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Esplendor Geométrico

Esplendor Geométrico certainly are a long-running Spanish industrial group founded in 1980 by Arturo Lanz, Gabriel Riaza, and Juan Carlos Sastre, all past people of synth pop pioneers Aviador Dro. Influenced by Italian futurism in addition to British industrial rings like Throbbing Gristle and Cabaret Voltaire, Esplendor Geométrico quickly founded …

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Main

Upon the 1991 dissolution from the British trance-rock quartet Loop, bassist Neil McKay and John Wills formed the Hair and Skin Trading Company, leaving guitarists Robert Hampson and Scott Dawson to found the highly experimental Main, a task combining the aesthetics of ambient music with layered tapestries of droning guitar …

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Gatherers

NJ post-hardcore music group Gatherers construct high-energy, melodic rock that’s both confrontational and confessional. They produced in 2011 with vocalist Christian Berrigan, guitarists Austin Lipinski and Gianmarco Felix Guerra-Coletti, bass participant Matt Popowski, and drummer Adam Cichocki. Originally contacting themselves Gatherer, they released an EP, Postcards, in 2012 as well …

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Executive Slacks

Philadelphia’s Professional Slacks are an often overlooked section of industrial music’s background. Created in 1980 by key pad player John Youthful and vocalist/guitarist Matt Marello, they began producing primitive experimental recordings influenced by Tuxedomoon and Cabaret Voltaire before developing an intense, driving, danceable digital rock audio that preceded the industrial …

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Dusty Brown

A blues harmonica get good at who produced his name in Chicago within the ’50s, Dusty Dark brown was created on March 11, 1929 in Tralake, Mississippi. He started playing the harmonica when he was 13 yrs . old and we were young within a rural community. In 1946, Dark …

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In Camera

Jeff Wilmott (drums and piano), Pete Moore (bass), Andrew Grey (electric guitar, keyboards), and David Steiner (vocals, keyboards) shaped the London, England-based post-punk music group In Camcorder in 1978. “Last Accomplishment”/”Die Laughing” as well as the IV Tracks EP, both released on 4AD in 1980, highlighted a jagged, generating audio …

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Christopher Lee

During his prolific job of nearly 70 years, British actor and singer Sir Christopher Lee founded himself in a number of roles, sometimes iconic, frequently villainous, and usually interesting. After an extraordinary military profession during World Battle II, Lee plied his trade in little background assignments for ten years before …

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