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Xymox

Electronic goth group Clan of Xymox shaped in Nijmegen, Netherlands in 1981, crafting an audio that recalled Depeche Setting, New Purchase, and Sisters of Mercy. The initial lineup included Ronny Moorings (guitars, vocals), Pieter Nooten (tips), Frank Weyzig (electric guitar, tips), and Anka Wolbert (bass, vocals) on the 1983 debut …

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Yaz

Yazoo, known within the U.S. as Yaz, had been a short-lived but quite effective ’80s synth pop duo. They created in 1981, after synthesizer participant Vince Clarke remaining Depeche Setting; Clarke experienced penned the vast majority of the band’s debut recording, Speak & Spell, like the TOP U.K. strike “I …

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Telmary

Telmary Diaz has emerged like a leader and trendsetter within the leading edge of Cuban hip-hop and metropolitan music. Shaped partly by her research of English, theatre, and writing educated her artistry as an up-and-comer within the Havana music picture during the past due ’90s. Her 1st band, Free Opening …

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Helen Love

Most likely the biggest Ramones fans in Wales, otherwise the entire UK and maybe the planet, Helen Love mixed da bruddahs with just a little B-52’s and a lot of Pooh Sticks-style indie irony to make a sunny and unapologetically disposable sound. Shaped in Cardiff, Wales, in 1992 Helen Like …

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Moderat

Defined by one critic being a “minimal techno supergroup,” Moderat includes Sascha Band, better referred to as Apparat, as well as the duo of Gernot Bronsert and Sebastian Szary, better referred to as Modeselektor, using the three first functioning together in 2003. The trio released the 12″ Auf Kosten der …

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Damon Albarn

Because the frontman for Blur and Gorillaz, Damon Albarn helped form the Uk mainstream through the ’90s and beyond, first establishing himself like a Brit-pop icon before growing into hip-hop, opera, electronica, and globe music. Given birth to in London on March 23, 1968, he grew up inside a bohemian …

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Handsome Boy Modeling School

Good-looking Boy Modeling College was a teaming of quirky super-producers Prince Paul (best-known for his use De la Soul and Stetsasonic) and Dan “The Automator” Nakamura (clean off his underground success with Kool Keith’s Dr. Octagon record). Acquiring their name from an bout of the cult Chris Elliott sitcom Get …

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Relaxed Muscle

Continuing at night, arty electronic vein that up to date their other rings, Relaxed Muscle may be the part task/supergroup of Pulp’s Jarvis Cocker, multi-instrumentalist Richard Hawley (also of Pulp, in addition to Add N to (X) as well as the Longpigs), and Jason Buckle, also from the Body fat …

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Front Line Assembly

Front Line Set up was the very best known of the many electronic music tasks undertaken from the prolific Vancouver-based duo of Expenses Leeb (vocals, synthesizers) and Rhys Fulber (synthesizers, samplers). After employed in the middle-’80s beneath the pseudonym Wilhelm Schroeder with Skinny Pup, the Austrian-born Leeb shaped the commercial/techno-based …

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Yelle

French dance-pop group Yelle were founded in 2005 when longtime friends Julie Budet (who took the stage name Yelle) and Jean-François Perrier (referred to as GrandMarnier) decided it had been time to take up a music group. Their first solitary, “Brief Dick Cuizi,” a fairly apparent slam of French rapper …

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