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David Sylvian

Following a 1982 dissolution of Japan, the group’s onetime frontman David Sylvian staked out a far-ranging and esoteric job that encompassed not merely solo tasks but also some interesting collaborative efforts and forays into filmmaking, photography, and modern art. Given birth to David Batt in Kent, Britain, on Feb 23, …

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Carsten Jost

Carsten Jost (David Lieske) co-founded the techno label Dial with Peter M. Kersten (Sten, Lawrence) and Paul Kominek (Turner, Pawel) in Hamburg, Germany in 1999. Dial provides released broadly acclaimed albums by performers such as for example Pantha du Prince, Efdemin, and Roman Flügel, and is among the most respectable …

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For Against

Nebraska’s lone desire pop access, For Against initially contains bassist and vocalist Jeffrey Runnings, guitarist Harry Dingman, and drummer Greg Hill. Dingman and Hill remaining after 1988’s Dec to create the Millions, plus they had been eventually changed by Steven “Mave” Hinrichs and Paul Engelhard after another lineup didn’t workout. …

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Jandek

Some have described Jandek because the type of musician who was simply destined to be always a cult trend, though it’s quite remarkable that he’s were able to attract any subsequent whatsoever. Jandek isn’t an designer who has protected his tracks a lot as he’s battled to avoid departing any …

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Jamie O’Hara

Vocalist/songwriter Jamie O’Hara was created August 8, 1950, in Toledo, OH. Originally a university football superstar, a knee damage forced him to consider career opportunities beyond the NFL. He found a guitar and finally begun to sing and play his tracks at shows through the entire Midwest. Various other performers …

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Euphoria

Led by Toronto guitarist Ken Ramm, Euphoria mix trance, techno, and electronica with often slide-guitar-based instrumental function and, occasionally, song set ups. Their 1999 self-titled work featured guest performances by Geddy Lee (Hurry), Roy Babbington (Soft Machine), Anne Dudley (Artwork of Sound), and gospel vocalist Juliette Roberts. Gorgeous My Kid, …

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Carissa’s Wierd

Carissa’s Wierd formed in 1995 when Tucson natives Matt Brooke and Jenn Ghetto moved to Seattle. The pair’s hushed, plaintive vocals and complex instrumentation made the feeling on city’s music picture right away, plus they recruited pianist Jeff Hellis — not forgetting a revolving lineup of drummers and violinists — …

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Fern Knight

East Coastline neo-psychedelic folk clothing Fern Knight were shaped in 1999 by multi-instrumentalist singer/songwriter Margie Wienk. Going for a cue from traditional British folk serves like Pentangle, Comus, as well as the Sallyangie, Fern Knight’s reverb-drenched, modernist twist on ’60s mysticism is normally steeped at night, whimsical majesty of current …

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Falkenbach

Falkenbach may be the one-man dark metal task of multi-instrumentalist Vratyas Vakyas (formerly guitarist with Crimson Gates), who’s located in Düsseldorf, Germany, but reportedly comes from Iceland, and subscribes towards the genre’s more epic design, rife with keyboards, Viking designs, and folk music tendencies (a possible reason behind creating those …

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Barry Gordon

Professional/singer Barry Gordon entertained children (and adults) seeing that a child superstar along with his million-selling strike record “Nuttin’ for Xmas” within the ’50s, and in the ’90s because the tone of voice of Donatello within the phenomenally successful Television toon series Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. It appears kismet that …

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