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Detroit Escalator Co.

Neil Ollivierra may be the Detroit Escalator Co., whose cosmic down-tempo scenery paint detailed sound images of his indigenous Detroit. From his function in the initial influx in Detroit and getting involved in Transmat, Derrick May’s label, Ollivierra found techno evolve from its first stages. Ollivierra’s book Reality Slap centered …

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Loop Guru

A worldwide fusion duo which deftly mixed old-world music and audio with new-world attitude and technology, Loop Expert primarily comprised bassist/guitarist Salman Gita (given birth to Sam Dodson) and programmer Jamuud (aka Dave Muddyman), both longtime staples from the London golf club scene. After conference in 1980 in the intro …

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Mad Professor

A disciple of Lee “Damage” Perry, Mad Teacher was among the leading manufacturers in dub reggae’s second generation. His Dub Me Crazy albums helped dub make the changeover in to the digital age group, when digital productions began to dominate mainstream reggae within the ’80s. His space-age paths not only …

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Deadbeat

Though located in Montreal, Deadbeat and his ultra-textured ambient dub soundscapes made their method all over the world, finding huge audiences in Europe in addition to in THE UNITED STATES. Deadbeat manufacturer Scott Monteith is normally an associate of the same fertile Montreal picture which includes such luminaries as Akufen …

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We

We are one of the most bizarre and eclectic outcroppings of NY City’s experimental ambient/dub/hip-hop picture, also the foundation of such performers as DJ Spooky, Sub Dub, Byzar, Liminal, and Brooklyn’s WordSound collective. A trio of overall performance performers with hands in almost twelve different tasks, We evolved from some …

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Dub Syndicate

Drummer Design Scott joined Adrian Sherwood’s influential On-U Audio dub label in the past due ’70s and played on Sherwood’s influential produces within the MODERN Steppers (with vocalist Bim Sherman, horn participant Deadly Headley, melodica participant Dr. Pablo, and a big visitor lineup). Scott afterwards formed his very own music …

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Drome

Drome may be the earlier, more techno- and dub-infused pseudonym of Nonplace Urban Field/Some More Criminal offense member Bernd Friedmann. Along with his initial singles along with a full-length showing up for the Toxiktrakks label and newer materials released through Wigwam and Ninja Melody, Friedmann’s personal restlessness regarding convention is …

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Dreadzone

The Uk electro-dub-rock group Dreadzone rose through the remnants from the short-lived Screaming Target, itself an outgrowth of Big Sound Dynamite. Screaming Focus on comprised Don Letts, Greg Roberts and Leo Williams, in cooperation with maker and remixer Tim Bran; when Letts exited, Bran authorized on using the group of …

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Vladislav Delay

A Helsinki maker whose “clicks + cuts” design of ambience produces easy comparison to countrymates Skillet Sonic, Vladislav Hold off (actual name: Sasu Ripatti) has recorded superb work with three of Europe’s most challenging digital labels: String Reaction, Mille Plateaux, and Thomas Brinkmann’s Maximum.Ernst. He was raised been trained in …

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Electronic Eye

Ex – Cabaret Voltaire member Richard H. Kirk is certainly widely thought to be modern techno’s busiest guy, a difference he’s found through a discharge schedule that continues discographers sweating and die-hard supporters near bankruptcy. Without doubt, that function ethic created during Kirk’s period with CV, who, within their nearly …

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