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Pauline Anna Strom

a blind composer and keyboardist from san francisco. a most her albums was released between early and up to late of 1980s. she claims to be a musical consort to time and the living incarnation of an all-embracing entity of music. celestial and harmonious, her music invites the listener to travel into the profound realm of his psyche. a call to transcend the concepts and standards of his existence. drifting through a vivid scope of an unformed pulsating myriad of colours and shades, the discover of the spirit.

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Jandek - Covers (1978 – 2016)

only a handful of people claimed to have successfully contacted jandek before he began regularly playing in public in 2004. he releases albums through his own record label corwood industries, keeping a houston post office box so fans can write to corwood for a typewritten catalogue and order jandek’s albums, usually at low prices. many of his albums feature photos of a caucasian man at various ages; although it seemed likely that this man was the principal performer, this presumption was not certain until his live debut in 2004.

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Electroscope

electroscope return... back from bogota! this duo existed from 1996-2000 releasing 104 titles in four years in an attempt to bridge the gap between joe meek and the united states of america. following a decade recording solo as pefkin and phosphene, gayle brogan and john cavanagh are back playing pin matrix games for may, combining the sounds of a vcs3 synthesizer, a 1950s radio microphone and vortex of vocals.

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