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Dave East

A Harlem-based MC signed to Nas’ label Mass Charm, rapper Dave East was created David Brewster. He became Dave East in 2011 when he released the mixtape Transformation of Programs, while 2012 noticed him drop four even more. The ultimate one from that calendar year, Gemini, arrived in the hands …

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David Gahan

Synth pop wasn’t designed to have a spirit. Pioneered by German techno wizards Kraftwerk in the ’70s, digital pop music became a haven for chilly detachment. With no hollow baritone of vocalist David Gahan (delivered David Callcott), there wouldn’t end up being much fireplace in the man made grooves of …

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The Gist

The Gist was formed by Stuart Moxham like a side project from his post-punk/twee pop pioneering music group Adolescent Marble Giants, but their first single appeared for the racks six weeks before the split of YMG, in Dec of 1980. Embrace the Herd, the group’s lone LP, premiered in-may 1981. …

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Konstruktivists

Konstruktivists (sometimes referred to as Konstruktivits or Konstruktivist) certainly are a Uk experimental industrial group who have been founded by Glenn Michael Wallis in the first ’80s. Wallis once was a member of the Krautrock-influenced group known as Heute and a co-employee of commercial originators Throbbing Gristle before he started …

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Canyons

Australian producers Ryan Grieve (aka Ryan Sea-mist) and Leo Thomson (aka Leo Vacation) started Gap in the Sky Information in an effort to release their very own single records, and after putting away Tame Impala’s debut EP, they teamed up to create a retro-flavored dance task called Canyons. Because of …

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Kreng

Kreng is a dark ambient/contemporary classical/soundtrack task conjured up by Belgian musician Pepijn Caudron, who’s associated with movie theater group Abattoir Fermé. Caudron’s recordings combine ghostly operatic vocals, shuffling jazz drumming, eerie dialogue examples, and levels of acoustic instrumentation, making dark, suspenseful soundscapes. Originally a sample-based task, Kreng evolved to …

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Chew Lips

Called after a figure in the Brendan Behan book Borstal Youngster, the South London-based electro-pop trio Chew up Lip area features singer Tigs, whose tone of voice has been in comparison to Beth Ditto, Karen O, as well as Liza Minnelli, and multi-instrumentalists Can Sanderson and Adam Watkins. The group …

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Silk Flowers

Forging a hallucinatory mixture of synths and deep, slurred vocals that appear to be Ian Curtis on coughing syrup, New York’s Silk Plants features vocalist/multi-instrumentalist Aviram Cohen and keyboardist Peter Schuette from Soiled Mattress & the Springs, and Ethan Swan of Car Clutch, Emergency, and Corpse Kisser. The music group …

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SPC ECO

SPC ECO (pronounced “space echo”) is a London-based shoegaze/indie electronic task helmed by previous Curve guitarist Dean Garcia and his girl Rose Berlin, along with efforts from numerous visitor musicians, including maker Alan Moulder and previous Curve people Debbie Smith and Steve Monti. The group’s music features the sort of …

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Grischa Lichtenberger

German digital musician and visible musician Grischa Lichtenberger constructs severe, jagged audio sculptures that tend to be sourced from field recordings, turning everyday environmental noises into sharpened digital fragments and rearranging them with pinpoint precision. Like a lot of his Raster-Noton labelmates, Lichtenberger’s intense audio masterpieces are twisted into mutated …

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