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Xenograft

"Each track is written and executed with an absolute grasp of their art form on the part of the perpetrators." "Masterful" (Beat Magazine on Xenograft's EP "Exit", May 2011)
"EP takes you through the spectrum of avant garde post-jazz, post-metal, crunky progressive rock that this Melbourne band produces, and leaves you wanting more" (This Is Not A Scence on Xenograft's EP "Exit", March 2012)
"I have never heard anything like it" "The band is a transplant gone right

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Dennis

There are 6 artists that go by the name of Dennis. 1. Dutch artist. Real name: Denise ten Donselaar. Born January, 3, 1984. "Some just call it music, to me it’s like a drug." This is not just a line from Dennis’ debut single No Can Do. The Dutch singer knows what she is talking about. With a smashing debut album, this brand new pop star expresses her unconditional love for music with a remarkable string of potential hits. Dennis has always been surrounded by music. She grew up in her dad’s recording studio, where musicians came and went all day.

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Comets On Fire

Comets on Fire are a band from Santa Cruz, California. The band was formed in 1999 by guitarist and vocalist Ethan Miller and longtime friend bassist Ben Flashman, who were seeking to create rhythmically and sonically intense music that paid no attention to categorizations. The band's self-titled debut was released in 2001 and eventually issued on the Alternative Tentacles label. Recorded on a four-track, it was a garage/psych freakout of intense if not epic proportions.

Read more about Comets On Fire on Last.fm.

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H&M

H&M was the artist name used for two 12" releases produced collaboratively by Detroit techno artists Robert Hood & Jeff Mills. Both releases were on Axis Records which they ran together for the first seven releases. The records were titled "Tranquilizer EP" (AX-001), 1991 and "Drama EP" (AX-006), 1993.

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Strange Days

There are several artists with this name. 1. Strange Days was formed by vocalist/gituarist Jorgen Rief and drummer Richard Berby in Oslo, Norway in 2006. Rief had been sitting alone in his little recording studio for years contemplating a record way in the back of his mind. Luckily, Berby came to his aid and after a few tries the band now consists of Rief's wife Elisabeth Leithe on vocals and keys, and Erik Larsen on bass. The band released their debut album, The Great Cardinal Sin, in summer 2010.

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Carmine Appice

Carmine Appice (b. December 15, 1946 in Brooklyn, New York) is an American rock drummer of Italian ancestry. He is brother to Vinny Appice, who also plays drums professionally. Appice first came to prominence as the flamboyant percussionist with the late 1960s psychedelic foursome Vanilla Fudge. Appice and bassist Tim Bogert contributed distinctive background harmonies to the group's high-decibel sonic assault.

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Burning Colossus

Burning Colossus was formed in 2008 by Johan (Drums), Henrik (Guitar), Jimmy (Vocals and Guitar). Before joining the band Johan had never touched a pair of drumsticks. After a year of rehearsal Burning Colossus decided to enter the studio to record their debut EP. They play music influenced by Rock/Stoner-rock with a progressive touch and a mix from the early heavymetal bands.

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Bigelf

Bigelf is a psychedelic/progressive rock band from Los Angeles, CA, United States who released their debut album in 1996. Their sound is a combination of Black Sabbath, Pink Floyd and The Beatles. The band consists of Damon Fox on lead vocals, keyboards, Ace Mark on guitars, Duffy Snowhill on bass and Froth on drums. -BIO-
There’s nothing ordinary about the fabled Los Angeles quartet Bigelf. In fact, even the extraordinary are crushed in the wake of a heroic bombast so brilliant...

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