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Los Nativos

Among the primary groupings signed to Headshots (which afterwards became indie rap stalwart Rhymesayers), Los Nativos used both American and Latin music traditions within their own mixture of politically and socially aware hip-hop. MC Felipe Cuauhtli (Felipe Espinoza-Day) and MC/manufacturer Chilam Balam (Jermain Ybarra) acquired to spend a long time …

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Deardorf Peterson Group

Although they sport one particular old-school jazz combo names which makes them appear to be the type of fusty, hidebound corporation that underwrites political-affairs roundtables on PBS (“The program is manufactured possible with a grant from your Deardorf Peterson Group”), the Deardorf Peterson Group are in least as musically with …

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Pugslee Atomz

A member from the venerable Chicago staff Nacrobats, MC Pugslee Atomz is a ubiquitous area of the Chicago hip-hop picture because the early ’90s. Besides his recordings, Atomz performed a job in from regional DJ battles towards the hip-hop Television show Barbershop Hip-Hop as well as the School of Hip-Hop, …

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Omo

The eccentric U.K. artwork pop duo Omo contain Berit Immig (also an associate from the eccentric U.K. artwork pop music group the Chap) and conceptual/experimental visible designer David Muth. Having previously performed collectively in the group Karamasov (combined with the Chap’s Johannes Von Weizsäcker), Immig and Muth started their cooperation …

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Incarnated

Hailing from Bialystok, Poland, Incarnated focus on unapologetically sludgy, intentionally filthy-sounding grindcore, that they proudly explain as “Gorephobic Slaughtering Steel” — like there’s any concern with gore within their gleefully disgusting compositions. Founded in 1992 by vocalist/guitarist Pierscien, Incarnated provides recorded many demos, minis, and divide releases over time, plus …

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David Garrett

The child of the American mom and a German father, prodigy violin soloist David Garrett, born David Bongartz in Aachen, Germany, reached and surpassed many a significant milestone before his matriculation at Juilliard in NY. Garrett’s desire for violin started at age four, when his old sibling received a violin …

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Icewater

Staten Island’s four-man staff Icewater is led by Polite, a rapper who would have been an associate from the Wu-Tang Clan if it wasn’t for the actual fact that he was incarcerated as the Wu were first getting agreed upon to a label. A longtime friend of Wu member Raekwon, …

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DJ Drama

Perhaps one of the most important, famous, as well as infamous players in the mixtape video game, Play certainly lives up to his moniker because of some high-profile legal complications. Play began his profession in hip-hop in his indigenous Philadelphia beneath the name DJ Play. It had been in Philly …

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The Chariot

Atlanta-based post-hardcore/alternate metallic act the Chariot is usually a showcase for singer Josh Scogin. Previously frontman for the favorite Christian nu-metallers Norma Jean (originally referred to as Luti-Kriss, before Dirty South rapper Ludacris eclipsed their limited recognition), Scogin remaining Norma Jean for undisclosed personal factors in 2003, following a launch …

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Rami Fortis

Rami Fortis is definitely the forerunner of Israeli punk, although it has more regarding his D.We.Y. visual, protest lyrics, and on-stage antics than his musical legacy. His era-defining debut record, Plonter, premiered in 1978, however was not instantly recognized because of its significance. Actually, it sold badly. Only years afterwards, …

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