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Altered States

If genuine musicianship may be the guiding criterion, Altered Areas can arguably match any acoustic guitar/bass/drums trio in the annals of rock, which might strike some as an overstatement however the evidence will there be for anyone ready to look for the band’s Japanese label releases. The trio’s music pulls …

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Mark Barrott

U.K. DJ, maker, and digital musician Tag Barrott achieved tremendous acclaim through the entire 1990s for his excursions into ambient, home, and drum’n’bass as Long term Loop Basis, among additional monikers. Barrott worked well in various areas of digital music from rave-friendly techno songs to even more abstract noises before …

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Dennis Young

In the first 1980s, percussionist Dennis Young co-founded Liquid Liquid, a fresh York City-based quartet whose experimental groove-based tracks became a significant influence on hip-hop, post-punk, and dance music. Water Liquid released a small number of EPs on 99 Information, and in 1983, Grandmaster Adobe flash & Melle Mel centered …

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Chris Wood

Medeski, Martin and Timber bassist Chris Timber studied structure, and jazz and classical bass in his hometown Boulder, Colorado. In 1989, he visited the New Britain Conservatory of Music in Boston, and researched with Dave Holland, Geri Allen and Bob Moses, but shortly transformed his enrollment to part-time to be …

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Lloyd McNeill

Lloyd McNeill is normally a jazz composer, flutist, poet, professional photographer, instructor, and globally celebrated visible artist. He’s regarded by a great many other music artists as an innovator over the flute. He self-released three renowned recordings between 1969 and 1973. Furthermore, he spent some time working with everyone from …

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Terry Dolan

Terry Dolan was a vocalist and songwriter most widely known while creator and frontman for the ever-evolving Bay Region stone supergroup Terry & the Pirates. Dolan was created and elevated in Weston, Connecticut. Deeply affected by folk-blues and nation music, he started playing acoustic guitar at 14. He cited his …

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Space

Among the main touchstone groupings in the first advancement of ambient-house, Space was formed by Orb mainman Dr. Alex Paterson as well as the KLF’s Jimi Cauty. Soon after Paterson and Cauty documented and released the Orb one “AN ENORMOUS Ever Developing Pulsating Human brain That Rules in the Centre …

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The Alan Parsons Project

Engineer/manufacturer Alan Parsons and his colleague, songwriter and lyricist Eric Woolfson, formed the Alan Parsons Task in 1975. Throughout their profession, the Alan Parsons Task recorded idea albums (including adaptations of Poe and Asimov books), having a revolving solid of session music artists. 1982’s Attention in the Sky was their …

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Woo

British brothers Clive and Tag Ives started Woo in the first ’80s, recording and launching various eclectic sounds, most dropping beneath the blanket genre of modern, but spiraling away toward notions of ambient sounds, jazz, and various other spiritual assumes contemporary music. The brothers Woo debut was included with 1981’s …

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Lukas Nelson

Vocalist, songwriter, and guitarist Lukas Autry Nelson began his profession in the first 2000s playing displays with his dad, country music star Willie Nelson. Blessed in Austin, Tx and elevated in Maui, Hawaii, Lukas started playing electric guitar at a age so that they can better connect to his hard-touring …

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