Located in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canadian electronica artist Andrew Duke continues to be active because the 1980s like a music writer, radio producer, webmaster, and documenting artist. He held mainly to himself, self-releasing his albums silently, until the past due-’90s when the experimental electronica tradition boomed. Since that time, he continues to be multiplying compilation looks, collaborations, remixes, and live shows. He has documented for Bip-Hop, Staalplaat, Dial, and his very own Cognition Audioworks among numerous others. His make of smart dance music borrows from glitch as well as the experimental picture but still targets a particular entertainment value that may occasionally convert to laughter without obtaining downright light. Duke begun to reveal music in 1981, initial in Halifax, Montreal, and Toronto documents. In 1987 he begun to web host Andrew Duke’s In the Combine, an electronica radio present shown on CKDU in Halifax, still heading by 2002 and syndicated all over the world. Around once he documented his first music and founded Incognito Musique and Digitalis Recordings, a label he controlled until 1990. Out of its ashes increased Cognition Audioworks. Communion, his initial album of be aware, arrived in 1993, implemented in 1994 by Ashes and Wedding ceremony, the initial installment within an ecologically conscious trilogy. Labels Matrix (U.S.A.), Enlightenment (U.K.), and Surreal Audio (Belgium) released his initial non-Cognition monitors in the same period, but factors remained very noiseless despite a string of self-released EPs and full-lengths. By the finish from the ’90s, as the electronica motion was flourishing, Duke’s name begun to circulate even more broadly. The French label Bip-Hop, amongst others, provided him publicity in its Bip-Hop Era series, which resulted in the discharge of Sprung in early 2002, his initial full-length album on the label apart from his very own. Physical and Mental Wellness (on Dial) and Even more Destructive Than Organized (on Staalplaat’s imprint Bake) arrived during the season to comprehensive his trilogy. The limited-edition Highest Common Denominator (on Piehead) culls collaborations that sprung from his Canadian tour that summertime.