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Bryan Carrigan

American producer, engineer, and digital musician Bryan Carrigan, an astute music editor who also excels at programming and sound design, has appeared in a single form or another in myriad notable tasks, including Frank Sinatra’s Duets, Tony! Toni! Loté!’s Sons of Spirit, Vanessa Williams’ The Sweetest Times, LL Great J’s …

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British Sea Power

A sextet from Natland, Cumbria, Britain, British Ocean Power certainly are a rather conceptual indie music group — compared more often than once to Pleasure Division as well as the Remedy — whose music incorporates components of artwork rock and roll and post-rock experimentalism. The group was created in 2000 …

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Caribou

Dan Snaith’s early recordings as Manitoba underlined his position one of the chattering digital classes among the brightest skills to emerge through the early 2000s. Having currently proved himself expert from the sublime along with his 2000 debut EP, People Consuming Fruits, the Canadian’s following Paul’s Birthday EP opened up …

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Air

Having a sensual, atmospheric sound inspired by Burt Bacharach and Brian Wilson in addition to disco, synthesizer maestros Tomita, Jean-Michel Jarre, and Vangelis, new wave, and obscure Italian film soundtracks, Air might have been outliers within the past due-’90s electronica growth, however they became probably one of the most influential …

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Jason Simon

Vocalist/songwriter Jason Simon, nephew from the Cable co-creator David Simon and guitarist and vocalist for brooding Washington D.C. psych rock and roll outfit Deceased Meadow, released a solo profession this year 2010. Sparser and much more romantic than his use Deceased Meadow, Simon’s atmospheric, nocturnal country-folk owes even more to …

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Aarktica

Aarktica is one of the tasks from Jon DeRosa. His additional work contains the acoustic folk of Deceased Leaves Increasing, the country-esque Pale Equine and Rider, and playing acoustic guitar for Flare, a chamber pop music group led by L.D. Beghtol (also an associate from the Moth Wranglers and part-time …

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Voices of Walter Schumann

Choral director, conductor, and arranger Walter Schumann was created Oct 8, 1913, in NEW YORK; he later researched law on the College or university of Southern California, but as his collegiate dance music group earned a committed campus pursuing he ultimately give up college to pursue music full-time. With the …

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Winter Hours

Strongly influenced simply by early Buffalo Springfield, Bob Dylan, and Gene Clark-era Byrds, Winter Hours’ rootsy, aggressive style put them in clear contrast making use of their past due-’80s rock brethren. A quintet comprising Joseph Marques on vocals, Michael Carlucci on acoustic guitar, Bob Perry on guitars and vocals, Bob …

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Githead

Avant rock-band Githead features Malka Spigel (bass, vocals), Wire’s Colin Newman (guitar, vocals), Robin Rimbaud (aka Scanner, guitar), and regular live and studio room the help of Max Franken (drums). Newman and Spigel initial worked together over the former’s 1986 recording Commercial Suicide, as the second option and Franken had …

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Boxcutter

Hailing from North Ireland, electronic musician Barry Lynn received a fantastic quantity of acclaim for his function beneath the name Boxcutter, which melded glitchy drum’n’bass breakbeats using the large sub-bass of grime and dubstep, often becoming known as “breakstep.” As time passes, the project developed to incorporate even more influences, …

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