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Harrys Gym

Norwegian pop group Harrys Gym shaped in 2006 in the town of Bergen. The music group consisted of vocalist/guitarist Anne Lise Frøkedal, keyboardist Erlend Ringseth, bassist Ole Myrvold, and drummer Bjarne Stensli, most of whom acquired previously played jointly in the music group Dharma. Called after an discontinued fitness center …

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Devonté Hynes

A shape-shifting, multifaceted singer/songwriter, composer, acting professional, author, and maker, Houston, Texas-born and London, England-raised polymath Devonté Hynes has recorded under his personal name and with the combustible chillwave clothing Test Icicles, aswell as beneath the pseudonyms Bloodstream Orange (atmospheric and cinematic electro-R&B) and Lightspeed Champ (rootsy, psych-tinged fantasy pop). …

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Susanne Sundfør

Arriving onto the international scene just like a rich, delicate mixture of Stina Nordenstam, Depeche Setting, Tori Amos, and Radiohead, Norwegian singer/songwriter Susanne Sundfør increased to fame in her homeland from 2005. It had been that calendar year she toured the united states opening for British vocalist/songwriter Tom McRae, while …

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Bracken

Though Bracken started for Hood’s Chris Adams to help expand explore the experimental grime he previously first handled upon in 1997 beneath the moniker Downpour, as he began employed in his basement studio room in Leeds, he shortly realized that different things — slower, and even more contemplative — was …

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Donn Stroud

Donn Stroud, a guy of divergent music taste and equipped with a fresh world politics attitude that exercises and transposes categorical pigeon-holing, was raised in the humble city of Poor Axe, MI. Using a need to broaden his horizons, he tripped for Ypsilanti in the middle-’90s and dropped further and …

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Peter and the Wolf

Peter as well as the Wolf’s eclectic, experimental mixture of Americana and folk music is shaped by frontman Crimson Hunter (true name: Brian Redding Hunter). Known for keeping concerts in such non-traditional areas as cemeteries, sailboats, and remote control islands only available by canoe, Hunter self-released a CD-R of primary …

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Rick Oliver

Raised within a musical family in Essex, a town beyond London, Rick Oliver spent a lot of his childhood viewing his father enjoy guitar in a variety of cover rings. As an adolescent, Oliver began his very own group, nonetheless it eventually split up, and he worked well like a …

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Nemesea

A symphonic goth steel troupe based from the Netherlands, Nemesea were founded in 2002 by vocalist/composer Manda Ophuis and guitarist Hendrik Jan de Jong. Nemesea trim their teeth starting for fellow Dutch brood-rockers After Forever, with whom these were originally likened, before inking a offer in 2003 with indie label …

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Chihei Hatakeyama

Chihei Hatakeyama is a Tokyo-based ambient musician and understanding engineer who creates chiming, shimmering soundscapes with acoustic equipment (including electric guitar, vibraphone, and piano) and notebook processing. His functions often evoke moments from character, and appropriately consist of an abundant quantity of field recordings and various other organic sounds. Because …

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Carl Hultgren

As one fifty percent from the acclaimed Michigan space rock and roll duo Windy & Carl, Carl Hultgren began sculpting his personal spectral acoustic guitar drones with partner Windy Weber in the first ’90s, their dark and evocative albums heading on to impact the next era of astral travelers. The …

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