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The Verlaines

The literate and dramatic New Zealand guitar pop music group the Verlaines formed in 1981; led by vocalist/guitarist Graeme Downes, the group’s initial roster also included guitarist Craig Easton, keyboardist Anita Pillai, bassist Philip Higham, and drummer Greg Kerr. Both Easton and Pillai quickly exited, as well as the Verlaines …

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Giant Squid

Sacramento, CA’s Large Squid debuted in 2005 having a self-released Compact disc entitled Metridium Field, that was made by Billy Anderson (Neurosis, Melvins, On top of Open fire, etc.) and drawn the eye of THE FINISH Records using its unconventional mix of doom, indie, intensifying, and psychedelic rock and roll. …

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Dontae Winslow

Trumpeter, manufacturer, arranger, and educator Dontae Winslow can be an in-demand freelance musician using a history in classical, jazz, and modern R&B. A indigenous of Baltimore, Maryland, Winslow grew up within the hardscrabble Coppins Heights community. Despite some early adversity, he remained centered on music, learning trumpet from age group …

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Tiger Lillies

Making use of their signature mixture of chanson, opera, and Gypsy music, London-based experimental rock and roll trio the Tiger Lillies are difficult to define in a single sentence. The group started its revels within the bawdy vaudeville customs of prostitution, opium dens, as well as the seedy existence from …

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2K

Expenses Drummond and Jimmy Cauty, known for his or her provocative use the KLF, appeared mainly because 2K in London on Sept 17, 1997, inside a one-time-only appearance that lasted for 23 moments. Their overall performance of “1997 (The actual Fuck’s HAPPENING?),” associated a viewing of the film This Brick, …

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Aoife O’Donovan

Aoife O’Donovan can be an American vocalist and songwriter located in Brooklyn. While she actually is best known because the creator and frontwoman from the string music group Crooked Still, she actually is also one-third of the feminine trio Sometymes Why, and it has appeared in the Prairie House Companion …

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AMM

Generally a trio of drummer Eddie Prévost, saxophonist Lou Gare and guitarist Keith Rowe, AMM has explored the minimalist fringe of avant-garde chance operations and improvisational jazz since its inception in 1965. The group debuted with AMMMusic in 1967, and released two extra albums through the past due ’60s. A …

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Gang Wizard

Gang Wizard are known through the entire North California and Oregon region as several unusual noise manufacturers who comes from Orange Region. Comprised of a trio who are just referred to as Christopher B, Mike L, and Jake A, most of Gang Wizards materials is normally tossed together on the …

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23 Skidoo

Early compatriots of Cabaret Voltaire and Throbbing Gristle in Britain’s experimental/commercial scene, 23 Skidoo pursued an improvisational fusion of cultural drumming and post-punk dance on the few recordings of the first ’80s. Named following a slang expression in the 1920s that acquired originally made an appearance in the task of …

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The Gaslamp Killer

The Gaslamp Killer is really a Los Angeles-based DJ and producer whose eclectic style ranges from psychedelia and world music to dubstep and left-field hip-hop. He’s a longtime associate of Low End Theory, an important club night focused on experimental hip-hop and digital music, often regarded the epicenter from the …

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