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Bingo Players

Netherlands-based DJ/production duo Maarten Hoogstraten (aka Break Mechanic, Marchand) and Paul Religious (genuine last name Bäumer) started liberating industrial house singles and remixes as Bingo Players in 2006, if they debuted for the German Techtone label using the Sonic Stomp EP. As time passes, their pared-down audio became increasingly split, even more rush-inducing, and reliant upon smart vocal samples. A few of their even more notable produces across 2010 and 2011 included “Tom’s Diner” (where they sampled the strike DNA version from the Suzanne Vega music), “When I Drop” (Freak Nasty’s “Da’ Drop”), and “Cry (Slightly)” (Brenda Russell’s “Piano in the Dark”).

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