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Mainly the brainchild of musician Matt Winn (nee Wienevski), the Uk experimental dance act D*Note originally emerged from London’s rare groove scene, using the 1993 debut LP Babel — recorded with the help of DJ Charlie Lexton and keyboardist Matt Cooper — reflecting a solid acid-jazz background. Strike singles like “Devotion” and “Backyard of Earthly Delights,” nevertheless, recalled home music, as the second D*Notice LP, 1995’s Felony Justice, plunged into drum’n’bass. Furthermore to music, Winn also tackled film, rejecting short-form videos and only even more ambitious productions just like the ten-minute brief Round the Stop; in 1997, he premiered the half-hour featurette DECREASING, an acclaimed family portrait from the London medication tradition. Its soundtrack made an appearance shortly after the discharge of the 3rd D*Notice recording, an eponymous ambient work issued previous that same 12 months. D*Note emerged once more in 2006 with Laguna, which presented Beth Hirsch on vocals. That same 12 months, Winn aimed the film January 2nd and published its soundtrack with Cooper.

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Full Name D*Note
Music Songs Shed My Skin, D*Votion, Iniquity Worker, Waiting Hopefully, The Garden of Earthly Delights, Solomon's Blade, Gimme Some Liquor, For Sho', Now Is the Time, Criminal Justice, Deep Water, Lost & Found, Flesh and Blood, The Mandarin and the Courtesan, The Death of Ntela Njonjo, Scheme of Things, True Basses, Say What You Mean, The More I See, D*Votion'99, Love Is Wise, Pavane, The Long Goodbye, Coming Up, Bronx Bull, The Garden Of Earthly.., The Short Goodbye, Just a Little Chaser, Christmas Love, A Place in the City, Cop That, 'Avin' It
Albums Fuchsia Dog, Criminal Justice, D*Note, Babel, Coming Down: Soundtrack from the Film, The Remixes

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