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Richard Panic

On his debut 12″ single of Leopard Cushion, Richard Anxiety used his surroundings in the Detroit techno scene as an inspiration for combining ’80s new wave and ’90s British pop. Released through Spectator Information in 1999, Anxiety appeared up to famous brands Pulp and Suede while blending a heavy level of instrumental techno-pop. Equipped along with his synthesizers, drum machine, and electrical guitars, Spectator Information eventually implemented with Panic’s second 12-inches, Wake Up Anxiety Wake Up, the next year.

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