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A one-off, Warp-released side-project that no one seems ready to continue record about, mysterious electro clothing Elecktroids have already been rumored to become the work of everybody from Detroit underground legends Drexciya to Tag Bell of Manchester bleep popularizers LFO. In any case, Elecktroids certainly are a well-produced, if vaguely tongue-in-cheek, clothing combining components of modern “hearing techno” with early Detroit electro affects and certainly Kraftwerk-derived styles of technical aggrandizement. The group released the Kilohertz EP in 1995, in the crest of the putative “electro revival” released by U.K. label Crystal clear; Elektroworld, the group’s just full-length up to now, followed soon after. Despite evidently came-and-went release position, Elecktroids have appreciated a somewhat long lasting popularity, rendering it onto two different Warp “greatest of” compilations in addition to contributing two monitors to well-known electro mix program X-Mix: Electro Boogie, come up with by techno manufacturer/DJ Dave Clarke and released with the K7 label in 1997.

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Full Name Elecktroids
Music Songs Midnight Drive, Japanese Elecktronics, Future Tone, Mystery World, Stun Gun, Check Mate, Thermo Science, Remote Control Hornet, Time Tunnel, Perpetual Motion, Magnetic Field, Silicon Valley, Algorithm, Floatation, Kilohertz, Midnight Drive / DJ Mink - Hey! Hey! Can U Relate? / Nightmares on Wax - Dextrous, Elecktroids Bonus Circuit, Windowlicker / Jimmy Edgar - Personal Information / Elecktroids - Mystery World / Luke Vibert - I Love Acid / Prefuse 73 - Busy Signal, Track With No Name / !!! - Hello? Is This Thing On? / Elecktroids - Future Tone / LFO - We Are Back / Lex Loofah - Freaky Deaky / DJ Majuva - Township Funk / Leila - Little Acorns / Coco Steel & Lovebomb - Feel It / Tricky Disco - Tricky Disco / DJ Majuva - Township Funk
Albums Elektroworld, Kilohertz

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