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Katie Gately

American experimental digital musician Katie Gately utilizes various computer programs to be able to mutate and reshape her voice into thick, chaotic, unsettling sound constructions. Her unstable compositions waver between abrasive commercial collages and playful, abstract dance-pop music, exhibiting an absurdist love of life and an hearing for tempo and …

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El Mahdy Jr.

Un Mahdy Jr. can be an Algerian musician whose tense however roomy productions combine swirling dub rhythms and large bass with field recordings, snippets of radio transmissions, and components of Turkish, Algerian, and Western world African music. Delivered El-Mahdi Rezoug, the musician and his family members shifted to Istanbul, Turkey …

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Soft Walls

The solo project of Chilly Pumas’ Dan Reeves, Soft Wall space takes his fascinations with Krautrock and lo-fi in an exceedingly different direction. Among his responsibilities with Chilly Pumas and operating Faux Discx Information, the Brighton, England-based Reeves started recording his tests with psychedelic folk and digital components in 2011; …

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Sumerian Fleet

Dutch group Sumerian Fleet was shaped this year 2010 by companies Alden Tyrell and Mr. Pauli, along with vocalist Zarkoff. The music group drew deeply over the impact of ’80s goth ghouls because of their audio, crafting dark digital pop in series with danceable monitors from Bauhaus, Sisters of Mercy, …

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Sultan + Shepard

A Canadian EDM/progressive home duo, Quebec’s Sultan + Shepard came onto the picture in 2002 and quickly gained a reputation for crafting chart-topping productions and remixes. Constructed around the abilities of manufacturers/performers/DJs Ossama Al Sarraf (Sultan) and Ned Shepard (Shepard), who cite Brian Eno, Daft Punk, Underworld, the Chemical substance …

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Peter Matthew Bauer

American musician and songwriter Peter Matthew Bauer carved away a distinct segment for himself primarily being a founding person in enormously well-known indie rock group the Walkmen, but was energetic both before his tenure with this band and following its nebulous dissolution. Bauer was among the founding associates from the …

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mister suit

One-man rock-band Mister Suit emerged from your frantic brain of multi-instrumentalist and songwriter Garrett Jones this year 2010, following leaving his two-year gig as drummer for emphatic rockers Mason Appropriate. Drawing impact from a bunch of ’80s university rock and roll classics (Pleasure Division, Talking Mind, the Remedy), aswell as …

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White Hex

An Australian duo taking motivation in the most sinister and doomily intimate elements of post-punk, synth pop, and coldwave, Light Hex features Tara Green and Jimi Kritzler, also of fiery post-punk revivalists Slug Guts. The group produced in 2011, when Green and Kritzler — who acquired known one another since …

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John Bender

Perhaps one of the most shadowy, mysterious statistics from the early-’80s experimental music underground, John Bender released 3 LPs and many cassettes of cool, sparse, abstract synth pop music that afterwards became the ultimate goal for aficionados of “minimal synth” or “minimal influx” music. Blessed in 1950 in Nuremberg, Germany, …

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Sophie May Williams

Being a contestant on the 3rd group of the U.K. The Tone of voice, the Wakefield-born vocalist Sophie May Williams wowed viewers with her jazz-influenced functionality and her guaranteed and mature tone of voice. Citing her preferred performers Amy Winehouse, Billie Vacation, and Sarah Vaughan, among various other greats, Williams’ …

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