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Eliane Radigue

Electronic composer Eliane Radigue has generated wonderful, meditative works predicated on Tibetan Buddhism using tape and an Arp synthesizer. After learning electro-acoustic music under Pierre Henry and Pierre Schaeffer in the past due ’50s, the Parisian discovered to try out the piano and harp and delved into traditional music. She …

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Although often referred to as a minimalist jazz band, England’s Icebreaker combines such extra styles simply because contemporary traditional, rock, and alternative, and it is made up of 12 members (featuring pan pipes, saxophones, electrical violin, cello, guitars, percussion, and keyboards). Originally shaped in 1989 by Wayne Poke and John …

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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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