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Alex da Kid

British isles songwriter/producer Alexander Offer is best referred to as Alex da Child, head from the KIDinaKORNER record label and the person behind a number of the biggest hit singles from the 2010s. The North London indigenous graduated from university using a master’s level in audio technology, afterwards relocating to …

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Duke Dumont

Adam Dyment, aka Duke Dumont, surfaced in 2006 having a buzzing, whip-cracking remix of Mekon’s “Yes Yes Y’All.” The London, England-based maker and DJ, influenced by “fidget home” figure Change (M.We.A., Main Lazer), continued to improve his publicity through remixes for famous brands Late from the Pier (“Bathroom Gurgle”), Bat …

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Camberwell Now

An extension or pseudo-continuation of the Warmth, Camberwell Now was a collaboration between previous Gong which Warmth member Charles Hayward (drums, vocals), Stephen Rickard (field recordings, studio room recordings, tape manipulation), and Trefor Goronwy (bass, vocals, ukulele). Collectively, they continuing in the vein of the Heat’s restless experimentation with studio …

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The Art of Noise

Anne Dudley, Gary Langan, and Paul Morley were people of maker Trevor Horn’s in-house studio room band in the first ’80s before they shaped the Artwork of Sound, a techno-pop group whose music was an amalgam of studio room gimmickry, tape splicing, and synthesized is better than. The Artwork of …

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Roy Fox

Roy Fox was created in Denver, CO, on Oct 25, 1901, and raised in Hollywood, CA. He used the cornet at age 11, offered his first general public shows inside a Bijou Kinema, joined up with the LA Examiner Newsboys’ Music group when he was 13, and served like a …

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Elsie Randolph

b. Elsie Florence Killick, 9 Dec 1904, London, Britain, d. 15 Oct 1982, London, Britain. A dancer, comedienne, and vocalist, Randolph first fulfilled Jack port Buchanan, with whom her name is certainly always indelibly linked, on the Queen’s Hall Roof Follies Cabaret in London. She experienced recently bought out from …

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Alien Sex Fiend

Something of Britain’s early-’80s Batcave goth punk motion, the North London-based Alien Sex Fiend were led with the eccentric Nick Wade, better referred to as the macabre Nik Fiend. A staple from the London picture as an associate of such fairly obscure groups because the Earwigs and Mr. & Mrs. …

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Alex Welsh

Highland high records are what Alex Welsh blew. He was among the great trad jazz players from the uk and one from the 1st Scottish musicians to produce a name for himself inside a genre much taken off bagpipes and haggis. He started his musical existence in Leith on small …

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Skepta

A veteran from the U.K. grime picture, MC, maker, and record-label owner Skepta was important in its change from your underground towards the pop graphs, in addition to its innovative and industrial resurgence through the middle-2010s. Delivered Joseph Junior Adenuga to Nigerian parents, Skepta shifted to Tottenham along with his …

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Cass Fox

Influenced by Dolly Parton, Annie Lennox, and Tracy Chapman, Cass Fox 1st found prominence because the raw soulful tone of voice in back of Rui Da Silva’s massive chart-topping dance anthem “Touch Me.” Given birth to in North London in 1982, the only real daughter in a big Irish working-class …

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