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Pygmy Lush

A genre-bending experimental sextet from Sterling, VA, Pygmy Lush juggle punk, lo-fi, screamo, post-hardcore, and moody folk-rock, occasionally all at one time. Shaped in 2005 by ex-pg. 99 people Johnny Ward and siblings Mike and Chris Taylor, alongside Mike Widman and David Krepinevich following the dissolution of earlier rings Malady …

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Mount Eerie

Following the release from the Microphones’ 2003 album, Mount Eerie, Washington state songwriter/multi-instrumentalist/producer Phil Elverum took that title because the name of his subsequent project, which extended within the searching experience from the Microphones’ music. He founded the label P.W. Elverum and Sunlight Ltd., releasing a set of CD-Rs, Seven …

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Ale Möller

The original music of Sweden continues to be preserved with the playing of multi-instrumentalist and composer Ale Moller. A previous person in folk groupings Filarfolket and Friot, Moller helped to spark curiosity about Swedish folk music in the later ’80s and early ’90s. He presently works together with violinist/vocalist Lena …

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Soft Mountain

Soft Hill were a task combining the forces of one-time Soft Machine stalwarts Elton Dean (in saxophone) and Hugh Hopper (in bass) with Japan musicians Hoppy Kamiyama (in keyboards) and Tatsuya Yoshida (in drums). On August 10, 2003, they moved into a Tokyo studio room to record two 45-minute models …

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Breathless

Obscure even to many enthusiasts of dark, moodily intimate U.K. post-punk rock and roll, Breathless deserves kudos both because of its persistence and because of its enveloping music. Founded in the first ’80s, the quartet offers maintained almost exactly the same lineup through 2000 and beyond, going after its particular …

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Julian Velard

Born in NY on Oct 6, 1979, Julian Velard would keep his surface in the first ’90s — he was into crooners, cabaret, and piano-focused vocalist/songwriters, even though grunge, guitars, and angst were in the ascent — to become bit of an online phenomenon in Britain, where his exclusive yet …

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Ash Ra Tempel

Alongside Tangerine Desire, Ash Ra Tempel (later on Ashra) was among the 1st rings to convert the trippier side of past due-’60s psychedelia in to the kosmische rock from the ’70s. Many Ash Ra game titles had been solely the task of Manuel Göttsching, plus some other extra players who …

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Tom McRae

Vocalist/songwriter Tom McRae credits his upbringing for leading him to some profession in music. While we were young in Chelmsford, his parents had been vicars within the Chapel of Britain and McRae sang within the choir. His mom played acoustic guitar and, as a teenager, he’d borrow it. When his …

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2002

The brand new age duo 2002 includes Texas-based multi-instrumentalists/vocalists Pamela and Randy Copus. Both couple had an early on curiosity about music: Pamela began piano lessons at age group six and continued to review keyboards, flute, piccolo, oboe, electric guitar, violin, as well as the bagpipes, while Randy examined voice, …

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No Age

LA experimental lo-fi drum-and-guitar duo Zero Age group are Dean Spunt and Randy Randall, ex-members of hardcore music group Wives. Through assorted indie brands, No Age group released limited works of vinyl-only EPs before collecting a lot of those songs for the singles collection Weirdo Rippers, released by U.K. label …

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