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UNKLE

Experimental hip-hop outfit UNKLE were among the initial artists releasing materials through observed U.K. label Mo’ Polish, which helped release the middle-’90s instrumental downtempo breakbeat revival ultimately termed trip-hop. Though barely the label’s highest-profile group (a minimum of before long-delayed launch of the debut LP in 1998), UNKLE’s users included …

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John Carpenter

Because the years passed, sci-fi/horror director John Carpenter earned nearly just as much acclaim for his music for his filmmaking. The kid of the music teacher at Traditional western Kentucky School, he crafted a unique audio dominated by pulsing, arpeggiated synthesizers and atmospheric washes that echoed his stark visible design. …

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MF Doom

Patterning his persona and logo following the Marvel Comics super villain Dr. Doom, the person behind MF (Metallic Encounter) Doom’s iron face mask is in fact Daniel Dumile, aka Zevlove X, an associate of former NY hip-hoppers K.M.D. Initial featured on another Bass solitary “The Gas Encounter,” the London-born, Lengthy …

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Libra Presents Taylor

A one-time collaboration between BT and LA trance producer/DJ Taylor that led to the classic trance track “Anomoly (Calling Your Name).” Originally released in 1996 on London’s Platipus Information before BT ultimately skyrocketed to superstardom, this track became a staple from the trance community, ultimately reaching near-mainstream position by the …

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Horace Andy

Among Jamaica’s most distinguished and beloved vocalists, Horace Andy is blessed with probably one of the most distinctive voices on the isle and his emotive delivery just gives further pounds to his status. His traditional recordings through the ’70s remain important hearing, while his newer use trip-hop heroes Massive Assault …

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Vincent Gallo

Vincent Gallo could be most widely known as an actor in such cult movies as Buffalo 66 (that he also served as director and article writer), but he’s also issued many albums over time, both being a single artist so when an associate of such obscure outfits as Bohack. Blessed …

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Japan

Japan’s advancement from rather humble glam rock and roll origins into stylish synth pop (and beyond) made the Uk group one of the most intriguing and successful performers of their period. Shaped in London in 1974, Japan started its existence being a quintet made up of vocalist/songwriter David Sylvian, bassist …

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John B.

One of the youngest from the new-school drum’n’bass innovators, John B. provides amassed an extraordinary discography within the short couple of years he’s been creating jungle. With monitor credits scattered one of the cream from the underground crop — including Development, New Identification, Shoebox, and Grooverider’s Prototype imprint — John …

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David Holmes

Motivated by classic film composers such as for example Lalo Schifrin, John Barry, and Ennio Morricone — in addition to dancefloor innovators and a big cast of jazz/soul pioneers — David Holmes’ music shifted from spacious, theatrical, yet club-ready productions to award-winning movie results. His first record, hotly tipped in …

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Xasthur

Among America’s most prolific and unapproachable underground metallic music artists, vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Malefic continues to be responsible for six produces since 1995 under his nom de plume of Xasthur. Hardly ever keeping track of with outside help and along with his music mainly qualifying within the atmospheric dark metallic …

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