First, Sunny Murray, who was one of the key percussionists, who revolutionised and liberated the sense of time and movement in jazz back in the 1960s and continued to exert an undeniable impact on jazz and many forms of modern music genres. In the company of illustrious giants like Albert Ayler and Cecil Taylor, Murray's pulses were integral to the modern music.
Next, Z'EV, who had always been associated with the early Industrial music movement but he was more. A poet, a writer, a modern composer, field recordist and a polymath. When I first got hold of his seminal anthology,
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