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Sudden Death Of Stars

French psychedelic/shoegaze band from Rennes, influenced by bands such as The Velvet Underground, Spacemen 3 or The Brian Joneswtown Massacre. Bandcamp
Facebook Band members: - 83: Bass, electric guitar & vocals.
- 84: Drums.
- 85: Twelve strings electric guitar, synth, bass & vocals / sitar.
- 86: Electric and acoustic guitars & vocals / tambourine.
- 87: Farfisa Compact, Philips Philicorda & Vox Jaguar organs, Roland analog strings, digital tanpura, electric guitar & vocals. Discography:

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The Other Half

This obscure San Francisco '60s band gained a degree of notoriety in the '80s when their punk-garage single "Mr. Pharmacist" was included on one of Rhino's Nuggets compilations and covered by the Fall. Actually, most of the Other Half's material was far less garage than psychedelic, featuring the sustain-laden guitar of Randy Holden, one of the best Jeff Beck-inspired axemen of the '60s. Boasting a just-out-of-the-garage approach to Haight-Ashbury psychedelia, the group cut a little-heard, fairly strong album, as well as a few rare singles, in 1967 and 1968.

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James Teague

James Teague is a singer/songwriter/guitarist from Perth, Western Australia.
Channelling some of the more inspired moments in the annals of folk, country, blues, psych-rock and pop, James Teague has forged a sound that is remarkably distinctive- a fact that has not gone unnoticed amidst the rapidly flourishing Perth music scene. His sound is most easily recognized by intricate, dynamic arrangements, unpredictable songwriting and a soaring vocal tremolo. Listen a little closer and you

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Samsara Blues Experiment

Samsara Blues Experiment are a Berlin based band, founded in Summer 2007 by leadguitarist/singer Christian Peters. They went through several changes in the first period but are in constant line-up since September 2008 featuring Hans Eiselt (guitar), drummer Thomas Vedder and Richard Behrens (bass). As the band name implies, three elemental aspects are to notice - the blues as the foundation where it all comes from, the inclusion of spiritual influences accompanied by Indian/raga music and the experimental approach to mix up varied elements in a convincing manner.

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Nhomea

Nhomea is an improvisational group from Australia. The group has an open lineup, and comprises of a large list of experimental musicians from Sydney and interstate. Born of being aware of the present, and predicting the future - this sonic organism evokes danger, immediacy and spontaneity. The totalising effect of this experimental journey drives the listener into the unknown, and with alarming effect. Nhomea attempts to remain as true to creative inspiration as possible- to allow expression in the moment, and to be reflective of the surroundings and the audience.

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Beyond The Wizards Sleeve

Anonymity has become both a gift and a curse for the blogosphere — a “gift” for feeding our hunger, and a “curse” for, well, not informing us as to who is feeding us. Burial has the world eating out of his hand, picking and choosing various publications access and admitting truths like “only five people know I make tunes.” Argh. And then there are the artists that leave you a message that reads: “If you are wondering who we are, we will soon reveal all.. we are planning some wonderful all night parties, we wear belts with huge buckles and we play the best music ever.

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