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Collage

Collage is a Polish progressive rock-band formed in 1985. The initial lineup of the group was Mirek Gil (guitars), Wojtek Szadkowski (drums), Jarek Wajk (vocals), Jurek Barczuk (acoustic guitar), Przemek Zawadzki (bass), Pawel Zajaczkowski (secrets), and Ania Milewska (secrets). Ultimately Wajk remaining the group, becoming changed by Jarek Majka. Majka …

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Mayor McCA

When the noise/experimental group Gorp disbanded in 1996, lead singer Christian Anderson Smith was only a busboy (all of those other group formed Golden Lake Diner). Weeks later on, Smith was still a busboy, but he was also Mayor McCA, a one-man music group with an eclectic folk audio. A …

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Iran

Conceived in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA in 1998, Iran started as the four-track bedroom-recording task of singer and multi-instrumentalist Aaron Aites. Playing a lot of the tools himself and recruiting close friends as required, Aites released Iran’s self-titled debut through Andee Connors’ (A Forest, J Chapel, Ticwar) Tumult label in …

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Kitty Brazelton

Never someone to shy from musical issues, Kitty Brazelton can be an experimental, risk-taking vocalist, composer, and flutist that has frequently brought components of totally free jazz and classical to art rock, avant-garde rock, and alternative rock. Over time, Brazelton’s music provides tended to end up being eccentric and left-of-center; …

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Débile Menthol

Also for aficionados of European avant rock and roll from the ’70s and ’80s, certainly a specialized batch of listeners, the Swiss ensemble Débile Menthol could possibly be considered a cult music group. One might believe their rather user-friendly make of avant-gardism could have resulted in a fairly sizable viewers, …

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Kevin Parent

A bilingual singer/songwriter from Quebec, Kevin Mother or father spent nearly all his career like a Francophone artist. His 1st four albums, Pigeon d’Argile (1995), Grand Parleur, Petit Faiseur (1998), Les Vents Ont Changé (2001), and Retrouvailles (2003) had been all effective, garnering sales, essential acclaim, and several industry honours, …

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Sid Hillman

Singer/multi-instrumentalist Sid Hillman — nephew of Chris Hillman from the Byrds/the Soaring Burrito Brothers/Desert Rose Music group fame — is usually a longtime experienced from the L.A. country-rock and so-called “canyon rock and roll” music picture. After performing like a single artist for quite some time, Hillman co-founded his Sid …

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Namelessnumberheadman

A boundary-free mixture of lo-fi pop and indie rock and roll, Namelessnumberheadman build a dance-friendly sound that utilizes many exclusive keyboards. The thoughts behind the task are Andrew Sallee, Chuck Whittington, and Jason Lewis, a Kansas Town trio that was raised together and also have frequently recorded and created with …

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patten

Hailing from London, the enigmatic patten — zero capitalization — is a duo comprising individuals described only while D and A who have make experimental electronic music large on examples and layered textures. Their blown-out, abstract recordings are seriously affected by ’80s post-punk/goth aswell as seminal Warp functions such as …

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Speaker Bite Me

Danish experimental pop outfit Speaker Bite Me were energetic within their country’s substitute/indie rock scene through the past due ’90s and early 2000s, launching some well-received albums in both Danish and British on a number of different labels and earning the tag “the Danish Sonic Youth.” They got a thorough …

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