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Blue States

By using a few friends, Andy Dragazis’ semi-kitschy trip-hop outfit Blue States became active in 1997. After playing out for a brief timeframe, Dragazis relocated to Sussex, Britain, and was courted by Memphis Sectors, a label that started issuing his singles. Between 1998 and 1999, five were released, placing the …

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Blank & Jones

Piet Empty and Jaspa Jones certainly are a production and DJ duo who played a substantial role within the past due-’90s commercialization of trance, though they continued to be referred to as much because of their remixes and eclectic downtempo materials. They crossed pathways in a Popkomm trade present and …

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Axel Rudi Pell

German guitarist Axel Rudi Pell is among large metal’s masterminds, because of his spiraling performing methods, which helped Pell remain a mainstay within the hard rock and roll genre for many years. His first music group, Steeler, kicked off a profession in Europe through the early area of the ’80s, …

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Bob Irwin

Not a maker in the original sense, studio room whiz Bob Irwin was rather in charge of reintroducing pop music background to contemporary viewers, remastering vintage recordings to match the exacting requirements of contemporary listeners familiar with the clearness and punch of digital technology. Typically employed in conjunction with Sony …

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The Black Neon

The Dark Neon (aka Stephen Webster) had already performed and released recordings on Memphis Sectors with Toby Jenkins beneath the name Fort Lauderdale. Nevertheless, his solo efforts under the Dark Neon moniker produced their documenting debut around the 2001 Memphis Sectors 7″ solitary “You’re Therefore Vain.” The follow-up 12″, “Your …

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Atticus Ross

English composer/producer/programmer Atticus Ross spent some time working steadily because the middle-’90s, collaborating with Tim Simenon’s Bomb the Bass and Barry Adamson like a programmer, and performing along with his personal music group with wife Claudia Sarne, 12 Rounds. The duo’s 1st recording, 1996’s Jitterjuice, premiered by Polydor within the …

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The Black Watch

The lone constant of California’s long-running Dark View is John Andrew Fredrick, an anglophile having a Ph.D. in British from the University or college of California at Santa Barbara. Because the past due ’80s, Fredrick offers sporadically released well-regarded albums which have obtained comparisons to the home of Like, the …

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Swervedriver

The band who brought the automobile song in to the shoegaze era, Swervedriver were formed in Britain in 1990 by vocalists/guitarists Adam Franklin and Jimmy Hartridge, bassist Adi Vines, and drummer Graham Bonner. Fusing the swirling textures from the shoegazer visual using the even more traditional limitations of pop, the …

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Blazing Redheads

All feminine septet from California who play upbeat Latin jazz around the cool part. SF Bay region darlings. P.S. non-e are in fact redheads.

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Soul Searcher

Home duo Soulsearcher remain most widely known because of their international membership smash “Can’t Get More than enough.” The task teamed vocalist Thea Austin and manufacturer Marc Pomeroy, both longtime veterans from the dance lifestyle. Pittsburgh-born Austin started her profession as an employee writer using the market trade publication The …

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