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Michael Daves

Michael Daves is a Grammy-nominated New York-based bluegrass, nation, and rock and roll musician whose unruly interpretations of American root base music standards have got won him a location of almost fanatical admiration being a “renegade traditionalist.” His regular Wednesday night performances on the Rockwood Music Hall will be the …

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Titus Turner

Although he recorded frequently through the 1950s and 1960s, R&B singer Titus Turner today remains to be best known like a composer, authoring such perennials as “Leave My Kitten Alone,” “All over the World,” and “Sticks and Stones.” Given birth to in Atlanta, GA, in 1933, Turner produced his documented …

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Aina

Aina may be the name directed at both an recording, 2004’s Aina: Times of Growing Doom — The Metallic Opera, and a global collective of music artists championed by multi-instrumentalist Robert Hunecke-Rizzo (Luca Turilli, Rhapsody, Kamelot). Along with maker Sascha Paeth, keyboardist and arranger Miro, and vocalist and lyricist Amanda …

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Atheist

Arguably the best progressive metal band of their day, Atheist’s impossibly Byzantine death-jazz proved as well advanced actually for committed metalheads to stomach. On the period of three albums admirably documented regardless of crippling adversity, the band’s inventive but inaccessible design has gained them a enduring respect, but similarly compromised …

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The Action Design

The Actions Style, a California (SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, to become exact) punk-pop band, came collectively when Tsunami Bomb fell aside, leaving vocalist Emily Whitehurst and Matt McKenzie to reassess their options. Deciding on starting a complete fresh project, the Actions Design was created as well as the set roped …

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Agnostic Front

In the dawn from the ’80s, NEW YORK was mired with debt and crime, grappling with probably one of the most trying periods in its history, yet ironically (or simply fittingly), its underground music scene was seething with activity like nothing you’ve seen prior. Still reeling from your violent inception …

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Agoraphobic Nosebleed

Going by guitarist/bassist/drum programmer Scott Hull (also of Pig Destroyer and formerly of the.C. aswell), grindcore nut-cases Agoraphobic Nosebleed possess existed in a variety of forms since 1994. Their bleak, punishing audio mixes jointly caustic vocals, severe (and inhumanly fast) drum-machine beats, and Hull’s Earache-schooled electric guitar riffing. Their music …

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Mountain Con

Like Silly Putty and insect repellent, Missoula’s Hill Con evolved as sort of happy incident. Fresh in the breakup of a youthful band known as the Elements, vocalist/songwriter Adam Nugent was spending his days placing Van Morrison music to drum devices. Convinced he was to something, Nugent got touching previous …

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Armor for Sleep

Shield for Sleep’s emotionally charged lyrics, energetic concert events, and D.We.Y. function ethic have earned the brand new Jersey-based quartet a faithful fan base. Vocalist/songwriter/guitar participant Ben Jorgensen started writing songs the summertime before his freshman yr at university, and documented two of these at an area studio room. Weary …

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Aesop Rock

Building over the rapping design of eccentrics Kool Keith and Del the Funky Homosapien, Def Jux headliner Aesop Rock and roll became among the hottest MCs in the post-millennial underground. After a set of self-released LPs (Appleseed, Music for Earthworms), he documented Float for Mush in 2000. The previous Ian …

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