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Lesette Wilson

NY pianist/producer/songwriter Lesette Wilson got her start being a fusion and jazz-rock performer. She was a highlighted keyboardist on Tom Browne’s Like Strategy LP in 1980, notably on his big strike “Funkin’ For Jamaica.” That resulted in a solo cope with Headfirst Information, and Wilson’s GIVEN THAT I’ve Got Your …

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Desmond Pringle

Contemporary gospel musician Desmond Pringle — a tenor vocalist — has served being a pastor, worked as an A&R professional, and has written, produced, and documented with more than twelve of his contemporaries. Elevated within a Pentecostal home in Charleston, SC, Pringle was energetic in cathedral and took assignments in …

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Les Compagnons de la Chanson

This French male vocal group were Edith Piaf’s original accompanists and comprised Guy Bourguignon (b. 1920, Tulle, France, d. 31 Dec 1969, Paris, France; bass), Jean Broussolle (b. 1920, Saint-Vallier, France, d. 1984; baritone), Jean-Pierre Calvet (b. 1925, Orgon, France, d. 1989; tenor), Jo Frachon (b. 1919, Davézieux, France, d, …

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Deepspace 5

The Deepspace 5 collective includes a quantity of underground hip-hop artists, especially members of Satisfaction and Labklik. Both of these crews installed in the 1998 Cruvention with Sev Statik, as well as the collective started focusing on what would eventually bring about an individually released five-song EP, accompanied by the …

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Debauchery

Stuttgart, Germany’s Debauchery were conceived in the entire year 2000 by vocalist and guitarist Thomas “The Bloodbeast” Gurrath (aka “Bloodstream God”/”Bluttgott”), initially using the charming name of Maggotc**t prior to making the switch, and releasing an initial demonstration tape, simply called Zombie, the next year. A loss of life metal …

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Magic Dirt

Geelong, Australia’s fuzz-drenched noise unit Magic Dirt comprised vocalist Adalita Srsen, guitarist Dave Thomas, bassist Dean Turner and drummer Adam Robertson. Magic Dirt advanced from some bands, like the pop clothes Deer Bubbles and Detroit, before a cover of “Heroin” (documented for the locally-produced Velvet Underground tribute collection) obtained the …

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Zwan

Following dissolution from the Smashing Pumpkins in December 2000 and a short stint moonlighting with New Purchase, Billy Corgan quietly come up with his first official post-Pumpkins task in late 2001, a quartet referred to as Zwan. And in addition, Corgan opted to enlist on drums his longtime musical foil …

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Def Con Dos

A rap/metallic act from Spain, Def Con Dos started taking part in covers of General public Foe and Beastie Kids while touring Madrid’s golf club scene beneath the name of Freddy Krueger y los Experts del Universo. Shortly they documented a demo known as Primer Asalto, registered to regional label …

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Mad Capsule Markets

Among American listeners, japan trio Mad Capsule Marketplaces has most regularly been in comparison to Atari Teenage Riot, because of the crashing punk and metallic guitars which overlay the band’s intense digital backdrop of commercial, techno, and drum’n’bass rhythms. However they’ve been documenting a lot longer than ATR, developing completely …

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Jean Knight

Spirit singer Jean Knight’s just big strike was a monster — the sassy funk vintage “Mr. Big Stuff,” among the largest-selling singles ever released from the famous Stax label. A indigenous of New Orleans, Knight was created in 1943 and produced her 1st recordings for maker Huey P. Meaux’s Aircraft …

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