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The Boxer Rebellion

The Boxer Rebellion’s moody clatter drew from a cross-section of acts like the Verve, Radiohead, and Dark Rebel Motorcycle Membership. They weren’t to become puzzled with the past due 19th hundred years uprising in China, as well as the Philadelphia punk revivalists who distributed their name. Located in London, the …

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DJ Roc

An innovator in the wonderful world of Chicago Juke — a genre where Chicago home, bass music, and ghetto technology get together — DJ Roc was created Clarence Johnson about Chicago’s South Part. After encountering the furious audio of Ghetto home music, Roc became a lover. When he bought the …

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Dead Confederate

Dead Confederate have a post-grunge method of their music, which also leans heavily over the group’s psychedelic and Southern rock and roll influences. Seed products for the band’s development were planted through the past due ’90s, when upcoming bandmates Hardy Morris (vocals, electric guitar), Brantley Senn (bass), Walker Howle (electric …

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David Behrman

Holds levels from Harvard and Columbia. Produced Music in our Period series for Columbia Information in 1960s. Co-founder Sonic Arts Union. Travels with Merce Cunningham Dance Business in 1970s and 1990s. Co-director Middle for Modern Music, Mills University (1975-80). Also trained at Ohio Condition Univ. and CAL Arts, designed children’s …

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Baroness

Baroness play an eclectic make of rock, embracing the ferocity and clear technique of new-millennium metallic but with melodic accents and intelligent acoustic guitar function that suggest the impact of indie rock and roll and post-punk rings. The four people of Baroness — John Baizley on acoustic guitar and vocals, …

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CoH

CoH may be the executing name of Ivan Pavlov. The term is usually Russian, means “rest,” and really should become pronounced just like the British word “child.” Active because the past due ‘90s, CoH rates being among the most interesting laptop computer artists from the experimental electronica underground. His music …

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The Icepick

A side project of Hatebreed frontman Wayne Jasta that languished for pretty much a decade before getting rolling (and noticed), Icepick released their debut Violent Epiphany on Jasta’s pet label Stillborn in 2006. The music group (including Danny Diablo — aka Lord Ezec — of Crown of Thorns, Wayne Lozniak, …

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The Hunt

Dark and brooding indie goth rock act the Hunt were shaped in 2007 by NY musicians Jasper McGandy and Christian Kount. Enamored with the task of post-punk rings like Southern Loss of life Cult and New Model Military, the Hunt started writing tracks and playing around New York, ultimately embarking …

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Flee the Seen

Although Flee the Seen was the initial band agreed upon to the choice CCM label Facedown Information whose music isn’t explicitly Christian in nature, the four-piece post-hardcore act from Kansas Town, MO, still maintains a lyrically positive stance amid their screamo assault. The root base of Flee the Seen rest …

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David Bowie

The cliché about David Bowie is the fact that he was a music chameleon, adapting himself based on fashion and trends. While this kind of criticism is as well glib, there is no denying that Bowie confirmed an extraordinary skill for perceiving musical tendencies at his maximum within the ’70s. …

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