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Midfield General

Not only another big defeat act invading the LP realm a year or two too later, Midfield General may be the saving alias of Skint label employer Damian Harris. A leading architect from the audio of big defeat, Harris was raised listening initial to punk, after that hip-hop, and lastly …

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Organic Audio

Organic Sound was a forum for the funk and vegetable-induced madness of Andy Spence, one-half from the famous acid solution jazz duo Freakniks. Leading to the 1999 record, Back again to My Root base, Spence’s side task allowed him to explore his internal Brazilian without ignoring the firmly woven jazz …

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The Untouchables

An early Western Coast ska music group which blended R&B addresses with reggae rhythms and recorded with England’s Stiff Reports, the Untouchables debuted in 1984 with Live & Let Dance. The group made up of vocalist Chuck Askerneese, guitarist and vocalist Clyde Grimes, bassist Derek Breakfield, key pad participant Brewster, …

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The Ones

THOSE created a significant stir in NEW YORK through the early 2000s using its “Flawless” single. The trio of vocalists — Paul Alexander, JoJo Americo, and Nashom — fulfilled one another while working on the Greenwich Community store Patricia Field. They discovered they had very much in common, especially a …

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A Triggering Myth

Revolving across the interplay between keyboardists Rick Eddy and Tim Drumheller, A Triggering Myth continues to be among the strangest duos going to the electronic music scene. Shaped in 1989 with other music artists, the music group quickly converted into Eddy and Drumheller, two ambitious keyboardists which were endlessly interested …

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Blog 27

Shaped in 2005 by way of a couple of 13-year-old friends who occurred to share exactly the same birthday (November 27) and desire (blogging), Blog page 27 required the Polish pop graphs by storm having a cover of Italian Euro-dance star Alexia’s “Uh La La La.” Pursuing quickly around the …

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Oneness of Juju

Structured around saxophonist James Plunky Branch, Oneness of Juju was the next incarnation from the Afrocentric creative jazz group Juju who documented two albums for the Strata East label in the first ’70s. Alongside new associates and new equipment, including the launch of the drum kit towards the African and …

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The Outhere Brothers

Risqué rappers the Outhere Brothers shaped in Chicago in 1987; made up of lyricist Malik and manufacturer/remixer Hula, the duo debuted in 1995 using the one “Boom Boom Increase,” which topped the U.K. pop graphs for a month coming to selling more than a million copies throughout European countries. Once …

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4E

An original Framework label-group musician with a large number of produces on Koln-based imprints such as for example DJ Ungle Fever, XXC3, Eat Organic, and Pharma, NYC-based experimental electro manufacturer Can Mouth is the guy behind a range of pseudonyms. Documenting frequently as 4E and Khan, Oral’s discography can be …

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Thrillseekers

Thrillseekers (aka Steve Helstrip) began building music like many aspiring companies, via a house studio room. Originally, Helstrip was focusing on gaming music for the well-known gaming firm, when his debut 12″ was found and aggressively marketed by trance juggernaut DJ Paul Truck Dyk. After comprehensive studio function, Helstrip also …

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