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DJ Revolution

DJ Revolution is really a Los Angeles local mostly known for his DJ residency with Sway & Ruler Tech on the nationally syndicated hip-hop radio exhibition called The Wakeup Present. He previously a submit the creation and scratching on Varieties of Beyond’s debut record, while launching his very own, entitled …

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Hans Reichel

Known just as a guitarist and instrument inventor — assignments that, in his case, have a tendency to complement each other — Germany’s Hans Reichel carved away a tranquil niche for himself in the world of Western european avant-garde improvisation. He stood out among his contemporaries not merely because of …

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Skream

Ollie Jones had the nice fortune to become working at ny record shop when he initial started building beats at age group 15 and armed with a cracked duplicate from the Fruity Loops music-making software program. NY was at the guts of the first advancement of U.K. garage’s dark, half-speed …

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120 Days

Norwegian teenaged friends Jonas Dahl, Arne Kvalvik, Kjetil Ovesen, and Ådne Meisfjord originally shaped 120 Days beneath the guise of “Gorgeous People” within the autumn of 2001. Relocating to Oslo, the group created their audio and performed thoroughly throughout the nation, launching two EPs on the general public Demand imprint …

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Onur Özer

Istanbul, Turkey, indigenous Onur ?-zer, a techno DJ and maker, was a significant contributor towards the Berlin-based Vakant label’s early achievement. He flipped in intricate however, not excessively fussy songs like “Twilight,” managing dancefloor features with a rigorous detail to audio design that compensated your brain and ft with repeated …

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Halou

Unlike lots of the colder-sounding tunes which are prevalent in electronica music, Halou’s sound is infused with a lot of emotion because of Rebecca Coseboom’s vocals. She actually is an ideal foil for the compositions of her spouse, Ryan Coseboom. The few started merging their skills in Santa Cruz, CA, …

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Phoebe Killdeer

Phoebe Killdeer, lead vocalist of Phoebe Killdeer & the Brief Straws, initial gained attention in 2004 when she lent her tone of voice to ’80s pop ballads and reprises of brand-new influx classics for the group Nouvelle Vague. She was highlighted being a vocalist on many tracks on the next …

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Titán

Mexican alternative dance threesome Titán were shaped in the first ’90s by ex-Melamina Ponderosa guitarist Julian Lede, keyboardist Emilio Acevedo, and bassist Andrés Sánchez, later on replaced by ex-Fobia drummer/bassist Jay de la Cueva. The group documented its debut LP, Terrordisco, in 1995. After registering to Tombola! in 1999, Titán …

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Skatebård

Originally much metal drummer, Bård Aasen Lødemel, aka Skatebård, experienced techno and rave through the ’90s just before he became a producer of retro-futuristic disco, house, and techno. Hailing from a little town known as Ørsta over the Norwegian western world coast, Lødemel transferred to Bergen in the entire year …

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Da Buzz

Annika Thornquist, Per Coverén, and Pier Schmid made a decision to start a brand-new dance-pop clothing in the past due ’90s to be mixed up in Swedish membership/dance scene. Following the release of the chart-topping one “WOULD YOU LIKE Me,” and their top-selling debut record Da Audio, the threesome had …

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