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Rebekah

Generally billed simply by her first name, Rebekah Teasdale is a DJ and producer from Birmingham, Britain that has been active because the mid-’90s. Like the majority of figures from the Birmingham techno picture, her tracks tend to be hard, dark, and minimalist, with weighty pounding beats and progressive suspenseful …

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Ryan Elliott

A co-employee of Ann Arbor, MI’s Ghostly International label, Ryan Elliott have been establishing a reputation among the Detroit area’s most adept techno DJs when he was tapped to supply the mixed-disc fifty percent of Spectral Sound, Vol. 1, a 2005 collection focused on summing in the first couple of …

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Ø [Phase]

Ashley Burchett, better referred to as Ø [Stage], is a minor techno producer, understanding engineer, and artwork developer from THE WEST London. His stark, generating tracks are worried with themes of your time and space, and suit squarely in to the lineage of warehouse-ready United kingdom techno artists such as …

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Alain Clark

Given birth to in Haarlem, Netherlands, in June of 1979, Dutch pop celebrity Alain Clark released his 1st recording, Alain Clark, in 2004. His second recording, which appeared to get in 2007, was significant for containing popular duet along with his dad, Dane. The recording, Live It Out, was popular, …

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Vato Gonzalez

Acquiring the U.K. varieties of garage area and tech-house and adding a Dutch spin to them, DJ/maker Vato Gonzalez developed a genre he known as “Dirty Home”. Created Björn Franken, Vato have been gigging over the Netherlands for over ten years when his Dirty Home Mixtapes series begun to break …

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Chrissy Murderbot

Chrissy Murderbot is usually a Chicago-based DJ/producer, who makes uptempo club music (a mixture of booty-bass, grime, rave, juke, and several other designs.) Apparently a workaholic after shifting from Kansas Town to Chicago in 2007, he founded the record brands Deceased Homies, Loose Squares, and Sleazetone. Equipped with an encyclopedic …

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Axel Boman

Stockholm, Sweden’s Axel Boman DJs and makes shimmering, playful home music furthermore to working the Studio room Barnhus label along with Kornél Kovács and Petter Nordkvist. His songs are usually stripped-down, groove-heavy, and relatively cheeky, although there are many occasions when he gets introspective and melancholy, such as for example …

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Friction

Known for his usage of 3 turntables while DJ’ing, his drum’n’bass produces on brands such Valve, Medical center, and his very own Shogun Sound label, Ed Keeley released his initial 12″ one — “Vital Mass,” as Kinnetix — in 1998. Usually referred to as Friction, the Brighton, Britain indigenous released …

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Ninjasonik

Brooklyn-based duo Ninjasonik, made up of Reverend McFly and DJ Teenwolf, set up itself in fall 2007 with “Restricted Pants,” a song that generated an extraordinary amount of blogosphere buzz as an MP3 and YouTube video. Remixes from the song, and also other likewise styled songs such as for example …

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Dusk + Blackdown

A dubstep duo from London who founded the label Keysound Recordings in 2005, Dusk + Blackdown produced their debut with some 12″ EPs before releasing their critically acclaimed full-length album debut in 2008. Made up of Dusk (created Dan Frampton) and Blackdown (Martin Clark), the maker/DJ duo produced its commercial …

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