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Peter and the Wolf

Peter as well as the Wolf’s eclectic, experimental mixture of Americana and folk music is shaped by frontman Crimson Hunter (true name: Brian Redding Hunter). Known for keeping concerts in such non-traditional areas as cemeteries, sailboats, and remote control islands only available by canoe, Hunter self-released a CD-R of primary …

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Ned Collette

A singer and songwriter whose literate, evocative music are paired with music that’s both adventurous and eclectic, Ned Collette was created in Carlton, a suburb of Melbourne, Australia, on Sept 6, 1979. Collette was raised learning the energy of both music and terms — his dad was an operatic baritone …

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Rick Oliver

Raised within a musical family in Essex, a town beyond London, Rick Oliver spent a lot of his childhood viewing his father enjoy guitar in a variety of cover rings. As an adolescent, Oliver began his very own group, nonetheless it eventually split up, and he worked well like a …

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Nemesea

A symphonic goth steel troupe based from the Netherlands, Nemesea were founded in 2002 by vocalist/composer Manda Ophuis and guitarist Hendrik Jan de Jong. Nemesea trim their teeth starting for fellow Dutch brood-rockers After Forever, with whom these were originally likened, before inking a offer in 2003 with indie label …

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Negative Reaction

Since forming in the first 1990s East Northport, NY’s aptly named Bad Response have helped ensemble a bit edition of Southern-styled sludge and doom metal’s murky darkness within the Gotham skyline. Founded and generally commanded by vocalist/guitarist Ken E. Bone fragments, who spent some time working with a frequently changing …

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Carl Hultgren

As one fifty percent from the acclaimed Michigan space rock and roll duo Windy & Carl, Carl Hultgren began sculpting his personal spectral acoustic guitar drones with partner Windy Weber in the first ’90s, their dark and evocative albums heading on to impact the next era of astral travelers. The …

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John Maus

When John Maus (never to end up being confused using the John Maus of Walker Brothers popularity) wasn’t performing keyboards for Pet Collective, Panda Carry, and Haunted Graffiti, he was composing and saving his own hermetic, experimental, and quite often misunderstood compositions. Sketching on performers like David Bowie, Scott Walker, …

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Buxton

Playing a lively, intelligent fusion of folk and rock and roll, Buxton were shaped in La Porte, Texas, a town in the Gulf coast of florida roughly 25 miles east of Houston. Guitarist, vocalist, and primary songwriter Sergio Trevino shaped the music group in 2003; through his young sister, he …

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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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