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Lady & Bird

Woman & Bird certainly are a side task from Israeli-born singer/songwriter Keren Ann and Bardi Johannsson, an Icelandic designer who spent some time working on film and tv music in addition to recorded beneath the name Bang Gang. Highlighted by haunting, childlike voices, Woman & Bird’s subdued self-titled work is …

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Curt Boettcher

Maker and composer Curt Boettcher was among the main architects of sunlight pop sound from the mid-’60s, his tranquility laden, melody high approach gracing the very best Ten hits from the Association in addition to his own tasks, including Sagittarius as well as the Millennium. Given birth to and elevated …

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Clara Moreno

Little girl of Nelson Ângelo and Joyce, and sister of vocalist Ana Martins, Clara Moreno participate extremely early in children’s choirs in recordings for Milton Nascimento, Egberto Gismonti, Ivone Lara, Gonzaguinha, Alcione, Joyce, Cazuza, Teca & Ricardo, Bloco da Palhoça, Balão Mágico, and Astrofolias. Afterwards, she proved helpful as vocalist …

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Pass into Silence

Having a track around the Pop Ambient 2004 compilation, Japan’s Tetsuo Sakae (creation) and Mayuchi (visuals) joined with Cologne, Germany’s Kompakt label. A few months following the duo’s 1st bow, they released the Quiet Just like a Millpond mini-album, which continuing showing them developing their affinity for Cocteau Twins-inspired ambient …

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Cranes

Cranes were among the main trance-pop/shoegaze sets of the first ’90s, merging ethereal vocals and melodies with loud, droning guitars. Cranes had been formed by sibling and sister Jim (drums) and Alison Shaw (vocals) in 1988 in Portsmouth, Britain; guitarist Tag Francombe and bassist Matt Deal joined the music group …

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Everything But the Girl

Originating on the convert of the 1980s being a leader from the lite-jazz motion, Everything however the Girl became an unlikely success tale greater than a decade later on, emerging on the vanguard from the fusion between pop and electronica. Founded in 1982 by Hull School learners Tracey Thorn and …

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Lambchop

Touted as “Nashville’s most f*cked-up country strap” by their label Merge Files, Lambchop was arguably probably the most consistently excellent and exclusive American group to emerge through the 1990s. Their unclassifiable cross of country, spirit, jazz, and avant-garde sound seemed at once or another to beverage out of every conceivable …

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Jacques Brel

Vocalist/songwriter Jacques Brel created and performed a catalog of literate, thoughtful, and theatrical tracks that brought him a big, devoted following in France. His viewers eventually prolonged internationally, producing him a significant impact on English-speaking authors and performers including Leonard Cohen and David Bowie, while translations of his tracks were …

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Milosh

Milosh can be an alias of Mike Milosh, a downtempo electronica vocalist/songwriter from Toronto associated with the label Plug Study. A musician for pretty much his lifetime, Milosh started his music profession at a age group, learning cello at age group three; years later on, he analyzed drums and tone …

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Julian Fane

Similar to Sigur Rós, Dntel, and M83, Vancouver, Canada’s Julian Fane makes roomy, atmospheric music that blurs the boundaries between electronica and dream pop. The vocalist/multi-instrumentalist/programmer performed using the music group Waikiki and produced experimental electronic parts beneath the monikers Aardvark User interface and Taoist Blockade, but acquired a full-time …

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