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D Generation D Generation
While groups such as the Strokes and the White Stripes get most of the credit for spearheading the garage rock revival movement of the early 21st century, there were several similarly styled bands of the mid- to late- '90s that preceded the aforementioned acts (with far less commercial success and press), such as D Generation. Formed during 1991 in New York City, the band automatically turned a blind eye towards the burgeoning Seattle movement, as their look and sound was straight out of NYC ...
D'Angelo D'Angelo
D'Angelo was one of the founding fathers and leading lights of the neo-soul movement of the mid- to late '90s, which aimed to bring the organic flavor of classic R&B back to the hip-hop age. Modeling himself on the likes of Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder, Prince, Curtis Mayfield, and Al Green, D'Angelo's influences didn't just come across in his vocal style -- like most of those artists, he wrote his own material (and frequently produced it as well), helping to revive the concept of the R&B auteu...
D'Anna Fortunato D'Anna Fortunato
D'Arcangelo D'Arcangelo
Mixing neo-electro, minimal techno, and other flavors of underground dance music, Germany's D'Arcangelo consists of twin brothers Fabrizio and Marco D'Arcangelo. Lovers of new wave and dark synth pop, the twins met the likeminded Max Durante and formed Automatic Sound Unlimited. The project premiered in 1992 with the Roman's Attak EP and lasted two years before it dissolved. Two years later the twins would stake their claim with a self-titled EP on Rephlex, a label partially owned by a hero a...
D'Gary D'Gary
With an instrumental virtuosity and unique vocal style, D'Gary has successfully brought the musical traditions of Madagascar to the international stage. His 1991 album, Malagasy Guitar/Music from Madagascar, was produced by American guitarists Henry Kaiser and David Lindley, and served as an introduction to his musical mastery. In a review of the album, Puncture, wrote "(This) is an album for guitar head who will be astonished by D'Gary's formidable technique and the heady whorl of music he c...
D'Influence D'Influence
The UK acid jazz collective D'Influence comprised vocalist Sarah Anne Webb, guitarist and keyboardist Ed Baden-Powell, keyboardist and multi-instrumentalist Kwame Kwaten and drummer Steve Marston. Debuting in 1992 with Good 4 We, the group resurfaced in 1995 with Prayer 4 Unity; they also emerged among the leading production teams in contemporary British R&B, helming hits for Mark Morrison and Shola Ama, whose debut LP Much Love appeared on D'Influence's own Freakstreet label. Their third alb...
D'Wayne Wiggins D'Wayne Wiggins
Guitarist/singer/songwriter/producer Dwayne Wiggins of Tony! Toni! Toné! made a startling solo debut on Eyes Never Lie, issued on May 2, 2000 by Motown Records. The recording artist's tenure with the soulful, fun loving group make him the perfect addition to Motown as the legendary label began the 21st Century as a fresh home for modern soul music. Wiggins' rich history with Oakland, CA 's Tony! Toni! Toné! -- also including his brother, Raphael Saadiq, and their cousin, Timothy Christian -...
D*Note D*Note
Primarily the brainchild of musician Matt Winn (nee Wienevski), the British experimental dance act D*Note originally emerged out of London's rare groove scene, with the 1993 debut LP Babel -- recorded with the assistance of DJ Charlie Lexton and keyboardist Matt Cooper -- reflecting a strong acid-jazz background. Hit singles like "Devotion" and "Garden of Earthly Delights," however, recalled house music, while the second D*Note LP, 1995's Criminal Justice, plunged into drum'n'bass. In additio...
D-Knox D-Knox
D-Mob D-Mob
A British house-music crew, D Mob enjoyed a flourish of popularity in 1989 and 1990, helping to introduce that style to the mainstream with the hit singles "We Call it Acieed" and "C'Mon and Get My Love." The latter featured vocalist Cathy Dennis, who went on to some solo success in 1991.
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