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PFM

Not to end up being confused with the ’70s Italian prog-rock band of exactly the same name, PFM were the foundation of a few of the most popular ambient/intelligent jungle music — including “Only” and “For all those” — through the style’s 1995-96 heyday. Pairing hard, moving amen breaks with …

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South

The electronic trio South began from a bond between friends. Joel Cadbury, Brett Shaw, and Jamie McDonald fulfilled as teens while going to Haverstock Secondary College in London. To defeat the doldrums of working-class existence, they opted to start out a band. Each is multi-instrumentalists — McDonald assumes vocal responsibilities …

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The Soundtrack of Our Lives

Ebbot Lundberg (vocals) and Bjorn Olsson (acoustic guitar) were founders from the wildly exciting Swedish music group Union Carbide Productions, which recorded many albums that mixed Captain Beefheart and punk (think that Stooges) to wonderful impact in the past due ’80s. Ultimately Ian Person became a member of Union Carbide …

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Spectrum

Range was the most high-profile and straightforward from the tasks undertaken by Pete “Sonic Increase” Kember following the demise from the trance-rock avatars Spacemen 3. Because his are a member from the Experimental Sound Analysis coterie allowed Kember the chance to explore ambient textures and tonal constructs, Range satisfied the …

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All Night Radio

Beachwood Sparks associates Dave Scher and Jimi Hey formed FOREVER Radio in 2002, following Hey’s go back to the Beachwood Sparks lineup after a five-year break. The task was named honoring Scher’s late-night radio times. Back 1995, a long time before both became bandmates in Beachwood Sparks, Hey (who was …

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All Natural Lemon & Lime Flavors

Since forming in the mid-’90s, NATURAL Lemon & Lime Tastes have already been constantly in comparison to such spacy alt-rockers mainly because My Bloody Valentine, Radiohead, and Stereolab. But unlike these clothes, A.N.L. & L.F. hail from NJ of all locations, and not Britain. The group released their self-titled debut …

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Creek Boyz

Composed of rappers J Reezy, Turk P Diddy, ETS Air flow, and Young Fedi Mula, Creek Boyz are an R&B-infused rap collective from Baltimore, Maryland known because of their hazy 2017 snare singles “With My Group” and “MY VERY OWN Dirty.”

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Kilbey Kennedy

Australia’s Kilbey Kennedy is a cooperation between the Chapel lead vocalist Steve Kilbey and everything India Radio instrumentalist Martin Kennedy. Created in ’09 2009, the duo make atmospheric, electronic-tinged pop/rock and roll affected by their distributed like of ’70s sci-fi, ’60s psychedelia, and ’70s Krautrock and prog rock and roll. …

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The Buttonholes

Having a torch for the British Invasion and ’60s garage area rock and roll, the Buttonholes are an indie rock and roll group located in LA. Founded in the South Bay in 2012, the lineup includes guitarist Bryan Coulter, bass participant Bryan Rock, and drummer Paul Madison, who all lead …

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Rico Nasty

Mixing bubblegum and bullets such as a hardcore Powerpuff Gal, Washington, D.C.-region rapper Rico Awful weaves hip-hop with her self-described “glucose trap” cosmetic. The Largo, Maryland indigenous blessed Maria Kelly began rhyming via poetry, which afterwards resulted in rap. Her early monitors — “Hey Arnold,” “iCarly,” and “Iggady [Remix]” — …

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