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Thoth

There are 3 acts with this name:
1 - A polish Black Metal band featuring Rob Darken from Graveland and members from Ohtar and Dark Fury
2 - Thoth, a.k.a. S. K. Thoth (born Steve Kaufman) is a performance artist based in the New York area. His works center around a fictional universe called the Festad.
3 - Thoth is a dark ambient/experimental artist based in Boston who has released only one digital album to date, called Lost Hour.

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Rosetta

Philadelphia quartet Rosetta push the boundaries between , , , , and , employing an experimental songwriting technique filled with chaos and atmospherics. Their sounds range from Pink Floydian / sonic layering to walls of pure static ambience to crushing, sweeping y riffage. Their first album (The Galilean Satellites, 2005) was an especially ambitious project: the goal was to record two discs of equal length (one a metal album...

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Manyfingers

Bristol-based multi-instrumentalist Chris Cole is a collaborator with Matt Elliott/Third Eye Foundation and a drummer for various bands. His music layers delicate melodies on acoustic instruments on top of each other, with subtle electronic effects. In his live act, he uses a loop pedal to build up his multi-layered pieces part by part, as he moves from instrument to instrument, including cello, piano, drum kit, accordion and acoustic guitar amongst others. Some of his music involves odd time signatures and multiple layers of the same instrument.

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Sydney Symphony Orchestra

1932 was a momentous year for Sydney. The Sydney Harbour Bridge, an engineering miracle of the day was opened in March. In July 1932 the Australian Broadcasting Corporation was established, and with it the group of musicians that would become the Sydney Symphony. The Orchestra consisted of just 24 players, who performed incidental music for radio plays, music for the dinner hour and broadcasts of concert repertoire.

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Michael Armstrong

Responsible for the Rockabye Baby! series of CDs, which transforms timeless rock songs into beautiful instrumental lullabies, often making use of instruments such as the glockenspiel, vibraphone, mellotron, harp and bells to create a soothing atmosphere of sound.

Michael Armstrong on Last.fm.

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