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System 7

The only real direct link in the ’90s ambient home community to its space rocking forebear from the ’70s, Steve Hillage played within the prog rock-band Gong, released several solo albums through the later ’70s and early ’80s on Virgin, and afterwards returned to music within the ’90s to create …

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Zion Train

Multimedia system acid-dub collective Zion Teach comprised vocalist Molara, DJ/bassist Neil Perch, trumpeter David Tench, melodica participant Colin Cod and trombonist Chris. Shaped in North London in 1990, its people initially came jointly being a dub audio system; their initial one, the limited-edition root base 7″ “Power One” (released independently …

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Harry South

b. Henry Percy South, 7 Sept 1929, London, Britain, d. 12 March 1990, London, Britain. South performed piano from an early on age and in addition researched composing and organizing. In the first 50s he was playing in a variety of London-based dance and jazz rings including that led by …

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2 Bad Mice

Produced in 1991, 2Bad Mice are widely acknowledged as one of the primary U.K. hardcore serves to begin intensely incorporating breakbeats in to the style. Comprising associates Sean O’Keefe, Simon Colebrooke, and manufacturer Rob Playford (who also possesses Moving Shadow information), 2Badvertisement Mice had been a staple over the early- …

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Origin Unknown

East London jungle imprint Ram memory Recordings (alongside labels such as for example Droppin’ Technology, Flex, Infra-Red, no U-Turn) is definitely closely connected with a new influx of drum’n’bass innovators, twisting darkside and hardstep into future-fueled, increasingly entropic configurations that pull as often through the dried out, brittle technologism of …

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Revolver

Revolver was a heavily melodic shoegaze music group that released a trio of singles on Hut (Heaven Sent and Angel, Crimson, and Venice) a compilation of these singles, and something studio room LP before getting in touch with it quits in the first ’90s. Unlike a whole lot of the …

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VNV Nation

The electronic project VNV (“Victory Not Vengeance”) Nation was conceived in London in 1990 by Ronan Harris, debuting in-may of this year using the 12″ “Body Pulse.” “Power of Youth” adopted a few weeks later on, and by the end of the entire year Harris relocated to Toronto, where VNV …

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Juno Reactor

Juno Reactor are often probably the most well-known, ambitious, and musically diverse take action from the Goa trance picture. They’re known for his or her exploratory, genre-fusing recordings and magnificent, circus-like shows that incorporate vibrant costumes, ecstatic dance, and live instrumentation, especially tribal drumming. They will have also added music …

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Pressure Drop

THE UNITED KINGDOM dub dance duo Pressure Drop comprised DJ/producer partners Justin Langlands and Dave Henley, both of whom first surfaced through the mid-’80s spinning records at London clubs and warehouse parties. Developing Pressure Drop in 1990, their early singles shown the eclecticism of the DJing work, sketching on affects …

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Dudu Pukwana

Dudu Pukwana was raised learning piano in his family members however in 1956, he switched to alto sax after conference tenor sax participant Nick Moyake. In 1962, he gained first prize on the Johannesburg Jazz Celebration with Moyake’s Jazz Giants (1962 Gallo/Teal). Chris McGregor after that invited him to become …

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