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Stereolab

Merging an inclination for melodic ’60s pop with a skill rock and roll aesthetic lent from Krautrock rings like Faust and Neu!, Stereolab had been probably one of the most important alternative bands from the ’90s. Led by Tim Gane and Laetitia Sadier, Stereolab either legitimized types of music which …

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Trans Am

Trans Am are loosely from the mid-’90s post-rock picture centered around Tortoise, Ui, Labradford, Windy & Carl, etc., as well as the Thrill Jockey, Kranky, UHF, and Southern brands, amongst others. Although a massive length separates Trans Am’s albums, all are worried about an extreme, relatively humorous reorientation from the …

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The American Analog Set

A drone-pop quartet hailing from Austin, TX, the American Analog Place evolved from the ashes of Dallas’ Electric powered Firm in 1994. After Electric powered Company’s demise, guitarist/vocalist Andrew Kenny, keyboardist Lisa Roschmann, and drummer Tag Smith reunited to trim several impromptu four-track recordings that eventually resulted in their decision …

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Towa Tei

Japanese-born DJ Towa Tei 1st gained notice for his creation focus on the Jungle Brothers’ 1989 LP Done by the Causes of Nature; the next 12 months he shot to popularity as an associate from the downtown NY golf club trio Deee-Lite, rating an international strike with the traditional “Groove …

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Spectrum

Range was the most high-profile and straightforward from the tasks undertaken by Pete “Sonic Increase” Kember following the demise from the trance-rock avatars Spacemen 3. Because his are a member from the Experimental Sound Analysis coterie allowed Kember the chance to explore ambient textures and tonal constructs, Range satisfied the …

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P.J. Olsson

Michigan local P.J. Olsson provides toured with performers such as for example Beth Orton, DJ Spooky, Rufus Wainrigh and Placebo. He provides perhaps one of the most distinct voices in pop music today. His soulful tone of voice and sultry lyrics will tantalize the senses. His post-modern audio catches an …

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All Natural Lemon & Lime Flavors

Since forming in the mid-’90s, NATURAL Lemon & Lime Tastes have already been constantly in comparison to such spacy alt-rockers mainly because My Bloody Valentine, Radiohead, and Stereolab. But unlike these clothes, A.N.L. & L.F. hail from NJ of all locations, and not Britain. The group released their self-titled debut …

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Vanishing Twin

Experimental United kingdom pop ensemble Vanishing Twin are led by London-based musician Cathy Lucas (Fanfarlo, My Unhappy Captains). Previously functioning beneath the name Orlando, Lucas designed uncommon electronic-based compositions and conceptual parts which were released over some cassettes before developing Vanishing Twin in 2015. Enlisting collaborators Valentina Magaletti, Phil M.F.U., …

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Hologram Teen

Hologram Teenager is a single task (and anagram) of ex – Stereolab keyboardist Morgane Lhote. Her multi-colored, playful music are heavily inspired by horror film soundtracks and Italo-disco, aswell as dub, instrumental hip-hop, and synth pop. Originally from Paris, Lhote transferred to London when she was 20 and spent many …

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Amber Arcades

Developing up in Utrecht, Holland, a teenaged Annelotte de Graaf started conserving her money with an eyes toward someday documenting an album. While living briefly as students in Philadelphia this year 2010, she started writing songs, after that once back Holland released Benjamin, an EP of folky music. Over another …

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