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Nonplace Urban Field

NUF may be the experimental single alter ego of Drome collaborator Berndt Friedmann, whose collaborative functions under that name have already been influential reference factors within the map of post-rave ambient dub and trip-hop. Where Drome’s even more organic method of sampledelic breakbeat ambient and digital dub offers positioned the group alongside artists such as for example Coldcut and Deep Space Network, nevertheless, NUF is nearer to the outskirts of genre hybridity occupied from the Orb, Transcend, Wayne Bong, and Uwe Schmidt, getting home, techno, ambient, dub, jazz, and styles unnamed into close closeness. Although NUF’s initial full-length function leaned even more toward low cost genre integration, following releases (specially the “mini-album” Raum Hair Notizen) tended more and more toward abstraction, making complicated, often funny amalgams of dub, jungle, electro, jazz, and Latin. Located in Köln, Friedmann’s NUF materials in addition has been released over the commercial techno label Toxxikk Trakks and on Inbound!’s digidub compilation series, Serenity Dub. In 2000, Friedmann released Burnt Friedmann Con Ritmo through Stefan Betke’s Scape label. [Find Also: Drome]

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