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By 1995, Carl Craig had gained position among the world’s best techno makers. His recordings as 69 — comprising a scant three EPs — had been being among the most influenced and important in his whole discography. The 1991 World E admittance 4 Jazz Funk Classics, alongside Sound on Sound …

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The Tremblers

In the first 80s, this task was a way whereby its instigator, Peter Noone (b. 5 November 1947, Manchester, Britain; vocals), tried once again to re-enter the pop industry on the footing far taken off his earlier incarnation because the ‘Herman’ in Herman’s Hermits. ‘The Tremblers’ was in fact a …

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71 North

71 North surfaced through the Midwest in 2002 with a great novelty solitary, “Cleveland Shuffle,” a line-dance music driven from the popular starting bars of Michael Jackson’s “Billie Jean.” The Cleveland group got earlier produced waves using its “Boodie Jump” single, that was later on re-released, alongside two mixes of …

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A Touch of Class

A FRESH York-based DJ team that focuses on an assortment of home, electro, post-punk, and brand-new influx, Dominique Clausen and Oliver Stumm call themselves — in addition to their label, active because the past due ’90s — Some Course. Though they released a small number of their very own 12″ …

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Mankind Liberation Front

Los Angeles-based techno-rock duo Mankind Liberation Front side teamed composers/makers Ran Red and Austrian-born Herwig Maurer, both classically-trained pianists who met even though focusing on a collegiate music task. Their self-titled debut made an appearance on RCA in past due 1999.

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Steve Angello

House manufacturer Steve Angello is well known for his remixes and own monitors, his founding of Size Information, and his account in Swedish Home Mafia. Blessed Steve Josefsson Fragogiannis in Athens, Greece to some Greek father along with a Swedish mom, he was raised in in Stockholm, Sweden. He founded …

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5th Vision

The youthful, Southeastern-based Latin dance-pop group 5th Vision got their big break appearing over the Disney Channel special The two 2 Hour Tour with teen-pop star Christina Aguilera. Their self-titled debut found its way to middle-2000 on Potential Music.

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Wolfgang Flür

An associate of Kraftwerk through the group’s golden era, Wolfgang Flur was the band’s digital percussionist from 1973 to 1987. Delivered in Frankfurt, Germany, Flur became the 3rd person in the music group in 1973, changing a drum machine. He was an associate of the group off their worldwide breakthrough …

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A Forest Mighty Black

A Forest Mighty Dark is among the few outposts for jazzy downtempo in Germany. Fronted by maker Bernd Kunz, the clothing debuted with “Candyfloss” and “Refreshing in My Brain,” two of the very first three singles showing up on Munich’s well known Compost label (also the house of recordings by …

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A Man Called Adam

From acid-jazz collective to mellow Ibizan home masterminds, A GUY Called Adam have pursued quite similar fusion of gentle jazz/home rhythms with basic pop songwriting regardless of the development of stylistic identifiers used to spell it out their sound. Made up of Sally Rodgers and Steve Jones, the group hasn’t …

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