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Agnelli & Nelson

Chris Agnelli and Robbie Nelson produced titles for themselves as two of Ireland’s top DJs but soon found themselves elevated to superstar position after their first solitary as a creation team, “Un Niño,” became among summer time 1998’s top Ibiza anthems. Spun by lots of the best trance DJs and …

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Adam X

Through many years of DJing and production and his affiliation using the well known Sonic Groove Records, Adam X is an established area of the East Coast’s digital music history. Mitchell’s techno period line starts in the past due ’80s to early ’90s along with his old brother Frankie Bone …

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Aeoliah

Modern multi-instrumentalist Aeoliah (Ay-oh-lee-ya) is certainly well-known among celebrities for his effective therapeutic techniques through music. His perception that sound and light are spiritually energized enables Aeoliah to create his impressionistic compositions. Delivered in Germany and elevated in america, Aeoliah first began producing music as an teen while playing the …

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Mouse on Mars

Dabbling in complex, heavily hybridized types of from ambient, techno, and dub to rock and roll, jazz, and jungle, German post-techno duo Mouse button on Mars was the mixed effort of Andi Toma and Jan St. Werner (of Köln and Düsseldorf, respectively). Mouse on Mars created in 1993, apparently when …

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Movin’ Melodies

As Movin’ Melodies, Dutch maker Patrick Prins produced many popular dance information such as for example “P.A.R.T.Con.” through the entire ’90s, furthermore to other well-known productions such as for example “Le Voie le Soleil” as Subliminal Slashes. His Movin’ Melodies productions had been compiled in the Patrick Prins Presents Movin’ …

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Mover

San Francisco’s Mover is among the brighter famous actors in California’s Cosmic American Music galaxy. The band’s music can be an amalgam of affects, blending old-fashioned rock and roll & move — like the Moving Rocks (circa 1969-1971), Creedence Clearwater Revival, Big Superstar, and various other ’70s groupings — using …

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Tim Schommer

Tim Schommer, or “Spinnin” as his middle name is described, comes from the East aspect of Madison, WI. His dad ran the neighborhood YMCA, which provided Schommer the chance to DJ at funded celebrations in the fitness center. At 15, Schmommer arrived a job mixing up at an area club …

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Mousse T

The effervescent club music of producer Mousse T (Mustafa Gündogdu) mixes disco and home along with taste and camp right into a sparkling blend which has spawned such hits as “Horny” and “Sex Bomb.” Created in Hagen, Germany of Turkish good, Mustafa relocated to Hanover in 1990 to become listed …

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Mount Florida

Glasgow’s Support Florida can be an eclectic, minimalist techno/funk duo comprising DJs/developers Twich and M.P. Lancaster. They debuted in 1999 using the four-song Stealth EP, that they adopted in 2000 using the “Surprise” and “Strut” singles. Their debut full-length recording, Arrived Phoenix, premiered in past due 2000 on Matador.

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Aquarhythms

Deep home and techno action Aquarhythms is in fact the concern of just one single man, Jay Ahern. A previous American changed globe-trotting DJ, Ahern released his debut record, Greetings from Deepest America, on Britain’s Phono Information. The LP was released in the U.S. on Astralwerks in past due 1997.

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