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Nowhere

Nowhere (stylized mainly because the affirmative “nowHere”) combines the skills of spoken term vocalist Trey Hales and instrumentalist Anays Torres (of My Iron Lung). Nearly rap, not really totally slam poetry, Nowhere’s music is designed for poignancy, with Hales’ stories woven over Torres’ split sonics. A indigenous of Portland, Oregon, …

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Chuck Murphy

An award-winning American singer/songwriter using a deep love of nation, folk, and blues, Chuck Murphy spent his formative years bathing in the noises of Adam Taylor, Marshall Tucker, the Allman Brothers, Lynyrd Skynyrd, as well as the Charlie Daniels Music group. The Palmdale, California-based, Bloomington, Minnesota-raised musician broke in to …

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Chihei Hatakeyama

Chihei Hatakeyama is a Tokyo-based ambient musician and understanding engineer who creates chiming, shimmering soundscapes with acoustic equipment (including electric guitar, vibraphone, and piano) and notebook processing. His functions often evoke moments from character, and appropriately consist of an abundant quantity of field recordings and various other organic sounds. Because …

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The Daredevil Christopher Wright

The Daredevil Christopher Wright were formed in 2004 by brothers Jon and Jason Sunde. The brothers Sunde (Jason on vocals and bass and Jon on vocals and electric guitar) were joined up with by fellow Eau Claire, Wisconsin, musician Jesse Edgington on vocals and percussion and go about formulating their …

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Skeletons

Skeletons, initially the task of Matt Mehlan — a fairly idiosyncratic pop songwriter who all uses plenty of consumer electronics — had an extremely low-key from Oberlin, OH, with a set of albums (I’m near the top of the Globe and Life as well as the After Delivery) released in …

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Fleur

Fleur means rose in French. Managing between rock, modern, and neo-classical music, this Odessa-based Russian-singing group appears like a sensitive flower itself. Affluent female voices coupled with traditional strings and flutes aswell as computer systems and hard rock and roll guitars offer both tenderness and pressure, present and eternal. Although …

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Neverending White Lights

Neverending White Lighting is a collaboration of types between Daniel Victor and a bunch of Canadian and American vocalists that got its initial exposure in 2005. The format consists of Victor handling every one of the musical responsibilities and the visitor stars offering the vocals. The debut, Action I: Goodbye …

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Kaada/Patton

A collaboration between two of experimental music’s most prolific and mercurial practitioners, Kaada/Patton sees Norwegian composer and producer John Erik Kaada and Faith No Even more/Mr. Bungle/Fantômas frontman Mike Patton distilling their like of both film and music into something really unique. Mainly orchestral, with Kaada offering the sonic vistas …

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Liam Singer

Pianist Liam Vocalist was raised in Portland, OR, visited university in Ohio, after that moved to SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA. He began composing music for the piano and, with several close friends, founded the unbiased label Tell-All Information, which released his debut record, The Empty Center from the Chameleon, in …

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Costanza

Italian trip-hop artist Costanza (name: Costanza Francavilla) started her musical career by founding Etnia, a music group where she played guitar and wrote tracks. Following the group break up in 1998, Costanza shifted to London and started working on single projects, aswell as delving into electronica. In 2001, among her …

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