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RITUAL

London-based group RITUAL write sparse, lovelorn R&B tracks with simple folk and hip-hop influences. They possess helped compose and produce music by Aquilo, Dua Lipa, Frances, among others. They were produced by companies Adam Gross and Tommy Baxter, and shortly joined by vocalist Gerard O’Connell. RITUAL debuted in 2014 using …

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Myrtle Jenkins

An excellent early Chicago blues pianist, the little-known Myrtle Jenkins, occasionally billed mainly because Miss Myrtle Jenkins, was the featured piano participant on many of Bumble Bee Slim’s recordings for the Bluebird, Vocalion, and Decca imprints, and she played piano aswell (and sometimes sang) with Priscilla Stewart, Mary Mack, the …

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My Disco

Hailing from Melbourne, Australia, post-punk trio My Disco had been created in 2003 by brothers Liam and Ben Andrews and Rohan Rebeiro. Called for any Big Black track, the band specific in angular, cerebral indie rock and roll. My Disco produced a name for themselves using their occupied touring schedules, …

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Pedro Almodóvar

Oscar-winning screenwriter and director Pedro Almodóvar caught a lot of acclaim aswell as high temperature for his vibrant, risk-taking body of function, and he also composed rating materials and played a substantial function in the music that was included in those movies. In 1997, Captiol subsidiary Metro Blue set up …

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Kowton

London-based digital artist Kowton (Joe Cowton) produces sparse, bass-heavy techno that draws from U.K. garage area and dub. He’s among the cornerstone performers of Peverelist’s lauded Livity Audio label, and he’s also released a large number of well-received 12″s on similar-minded U.K. bass brands like Keysound, Hessle Sound, and All …

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Last Chance Jug Band

Going by musicologist David Evans, THE FINAL Chance Jug Strap is usually a modern-day incarnation from the jug rings that been around in the Memphis area through the ’20s and ’30s, namely The Memphis Jug Strap led by Will Color and Cannon’s Jug Stompers going up by Gus Cannon. The …

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Peter Astor

Peter Astor’s longer career in the guts and on the fringes of indie pop might not possess yielded him popularity and fortune, but he’s been in charge of a number of the genre’s high factors and can continually be counted on for interesting and honest recordings. From the first ’80s …

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Dan Romer

Born in NY and located in LA, Dan Romer is a manufacturer, songwriter, and film composer known for his creation credits on chart-domineering pop strikes and score function for revered and acclaimed films. Romer started his profession in music creation when he graduated in 2004 in the Conservatory of Music’s …

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E.M.S.

Growing up coding game titles for the Commodore 64 computer sparked Stephen Machnowski’s curiosity about building his have electronics, specifically synthesizers. He uses his home-built synths and drum devices for his E.M.S. task (the initials are a symbol of Electro Music Specialist). Inspired by electrical beats he noticed in new …

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Cof Cof

Ana Analogica and Alex Cuadrado formed the Valencia, Spain-based duo Cof Cof in the first 2000s, forging a sweaty, glittery lo-fi dance pop audio that sounded such as a hodgepodge of a variety of their contemporaries, including Yelle, CSS, and Structures in Helsinki. Analogica and Cuadrado produced their debut mini-album, …

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