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  1. Part of the Eclipse Records and Troubleman stables, and associated with Sunroof! and GHQ. Based in New York City, they formed in 1998 and played…

  2. Matthew Bower and Marcia Bassett.

    Hototogisu, like Double Leopards and Skullflower before them, may have stumbled upon the perfect sound of…

  3. Astral Social Club is Neil Campbell (born 19 May 1966 in Scotland), a British musician notable for his vast catalogue and his many collaborations. …

  4. Mouthus is the Brooklyn based duo of Brian Sullivan and Nate Nelson. Super psyche-snarled feedback guitar and overload drum squall with a hep…

  5. The Skaters are California's Spencer Clark and James Ferraro. Best described as the moon-chantings of plains native americans who found…

  6. There are two known bands called Avarus

    1. Avarus was formed in Tampere (Finland) year 2001 by a bunch of people from Tampere. They are…

  7. The Tower Recordings have recordings on Audible Hiss, Squealer, Siltbreeze, Child of Microtones, Time-Lag, and the Communion label (among others).…

  8. Brothers of the Occult Sisterhood are a free-wheeling ensemble New South Wales, Australia. Based around leader Michael Donnelly (Terracid, 6majik9,…

  9. "Chris Corsano, hyper-kinetic percussionist, is best known for his collaborations with saxophone maestro Paul Flaherty. He’s recorded with the…

  10. Starving Weirdos are from Northern California's lost coast, a sleepy hamlet surrounded by five hours of wilderness in all directions. They are a…

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