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Sarah Cracknell

The frontwoman for beloved Uk trio Saint Etienne, Sarah Cracknell was created April 12, 1967 in Chelmsford, Essex; elevated primarily within the Windsor region, as a youngsters she went to convent college, and later on briefly studied theatre. Her 1st foray in to the music globe is at 1982 having …

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Joe Meek

Not an designer in the original sense of the word (he couldn’t play or sing whatsoever) maker Joe Meek has non-etheless been belatedly named an important, actually inimitable, physique of early British rock and roll & move. Like Phil Spector, Meek created idiosyncratic production methods that, a lot more than …

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Turn On

Turn On is really a part task by Stereolab’s Tim Gane as well as the Large Llamas’ Sean O’Hagan, two of the best figures from the ’90s avant-pop underground; Andy Ramsay may be the band’s third member. Of these two groups, START may be the most much like Stereolab, particularly …

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Esquivel

Within the mid-’90s, Juan Garcia Esquivel loved probably one of the most unexpected resurgences of popularity — and hipness — in the history of 20th-century pop. The composer and arranger skirted the lines between lounge music, eccentric experimentalism, and stereo system sound pioneer in the past due ’50s and early …

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Franco D’Andrea

Keyboardist and Italian pianist who’s been occupied working with going to American music artists and cutting free of charge and jazz rock and roll dates because the ’60s, Franco D’Andrea’s first sessions was included with Nunzio Rotondo and Gato Barbieri. After that he documented with Franco Ambrosetti, Giorgio Azzolini, and …

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Flowchart

When Flowchart debuted with 1995’s Multi-Personality Tabletop Holiday (Carrot Best), the Philadelphia group was similarly derided/lauded because of its striking similarities to space pop veterans Stereolab and Neu!. Many accused the music group of blatant thievery, but there is also a grudging admiration because of its comprehensive and engaging facsimile. …

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Casiotone for the Painfully Alone

Casiotone for the Painfully Only was the lo-fi single task of Owen Ashworth, a Portland-based songwriter who have mixed private Bright Eyes-styled balladry with Atom & His Bundle battery-operated antics. His weaponry of choice had been the Casio SK-1 and many hot pole Casiotones, while his lyrics had been a …

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Füxa

Detroit-based experimental rock duo Füxa centered on a lo-fi, electronics-heavy mixture of droning, treated guitars, vintage synths (frequently the Hammond B-3), and sparse percussion within the vein of Loop, Spacemen 3/Spiritualized, and Amp. Made up of Randall Nieman and Ryan Anderson, the group shaped in 1995 after Nieman still left …

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Ui

Allied towards the more organic, instrumental groovesters within the American post-rock scene led by Tortoise, Ui targets angular grooves supplied by a dual-bass strike. THE BRAND NEW York music group was produced in 1990 by bassist Sasha Frere-Jones (previously of the group Dolores and most likely better referred to as …

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Uilab

Uilab may be the collaborative work between electronic music rings Stereolab and Ui that led to the 1998 EP launch, Fires.

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