The North London trio of Jamie Bissmire, John O’Connell, and Lucien Thompson help to make hard-nosed, militant street-grit techno beneath the titles Thunderground, New Adult, Sons from the Subway, Space DJz, and, frequently, Bandulu. (The name is really a term found in rasta patois for any bandit or legal.) The group documented primarily for mentioned techno imprint Infonet (which includes also featured produces from the Dark Puppy and Global Conversation aegis Reload, amongst others) before putting your signature on to Sony subsidiary Blanco con Negro in 1995, where in fact the group’s hard-edged audio has shown zero indication of relenting. Bandulu possess gained props from techno purists just like they’ve used the music’s clarion contact of innovation in a number of previously unexplored directions, fusing a Detroit-styled ruddiness with components of dub, jazz, and electro, the second option culled from your trio’s youngsters spent skateboarding, breakdancing, and graffiti composing within the North London section of Muswell Hill. Although previously singles such as for example “Assistance” and “Internal Oceanz” mined related “armchair” place as less certainly dancefloor-bound artists such as for example Richard Kirk, the Dark Pet dog, and (some) Tony Thorpe, the group’s audio has received noticeably more intense with each discharge, fusing fast, dense breaks and pummeling beats using the darker edges of acidity and hardcore. Bandulu continue being in-demand as remixers, and also have also blossomed being a live action, even touring to get their 1996 LP, Cornerstone.
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