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Sonic Sum

Best known because the group that initiated the saving profession of underground MC/manufacturer Rob Sonic, Sonic Amount may also be made up of Eric M.O. (manufacturer/bassist), Fred Types (DJ/manufacturer), and Jean Duval (DJ/manufacturer). Meshing live instrumentation with drum sampler-based creation, the foursome composes dark and moody sonicscapes to accept the …

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Steve Marcus

Tenor saxophonist Steve “The Count number” Marcus was a pioneering pressure behind the introduction of what would eventually become referred to as fusion. Given birth to in NEW YORK on Sept 18, 1939, Marcus primarily wanted to play electric guitar, however when he couldn’t look for a instructor, he followed …

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Andy Kaufman

Consider him being a comedian, actor, performance musician, or prankster, however the legendary Andy Kaufman was also a documenting musician along with his debut album getting almost 30 years after his death. Delivered and raised within the upper-class Longer Isle suburb of Great Throat, NY, Kaufman was a standup comedian …

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Andy Laster

Alto/baritone saxophonist and composer Andy Laster was created in 1961, was raised on Long Isle, and studied jazz in Seattle’s Cornish Institute before moving to NEW YORK in 1985. His initial documenting, Hippo Stomp, made an appearance over the Sound Aspects label in 1989. This record was accompanied by two …

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The Beatles

So much continues to be said and discussed the Beatles — and their tale is indeed mythic in its sweep — that it is difficult to conclude their career without restating clichés which have recently been digested simply by tens of an incredible number of rock and roll fans. To …

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Steve Lehman

Saxophonist, composer, educator, and scholar Steve Lehman is really a forward-thinking musician with wide musical understanding from classical to jazz along with a bent toward executing avant-garde and contemporary creative jazz. Blessed in NEW YORK, Lehman examined saxophone in senior high school and eventually gained his B.A. in structure in …

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Soft Machine

Soft Machine were under no circumstances a business enterprise and indeed even now remain unknown sometimes to numerous listeners who came old during the past due ’60s and early ’70s, once the group was at its peak. Within their personal way, however, these were one of the most important bands …

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Supreme Dicks

Recommending a fractious reaching stage between freak folk, noises rock and roll, experimental music, and psychedelia, indie rock-band the Supreme Dicks drifted beneath the radar of public recognition with the 1980s and ’90s, launching a complicated and eccentric body system of function that gained them some high-profile admirers and enthusiastic …

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Sigmund Snopek III

Within an era of odd and fascinating musical obscurities, Milwaukee-native Sigmund Snopek III could be perhaps one of the most fascinating artists to emerge from the later ’60s and early ’70s. By himself and along with his music group the Bloomsbury People, he started playing an unconventional combination of avant-garde …

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Paul van Dyk

From early Berlin techno and house through progressive trance, maker/DJ Paul van Dyk has soundtracked the German electronic dance picture since he moved to the town and began combining in 1988. A indigenous of the German city near Frankfurt, vehicle Dyk first noticed home music on the air during the …

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