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Freemasons

Electronic and dance music from Brighton, Britain, will come in waves. Following a peaceful period that got over electronica when confronted with the first 21st century teenager pop renaissance, organizations like this city’s Freemasons stepped directly into take on the duty of coming back the noises of home and dance …

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Nature TM

Character is a Danish techno duo comprising Morten “Grasp Fatman” Lindberg and keyboardist Nils Lassen. Their design is relaxed, occasionally bordering on ambient, and organic. Nature’s recordings consist of 1996’s Inside a Gentle Feeling and 1997’s Indoor/Outdoor.

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Marvellous Cain

Marvellous Cain had some big tunes during jungle’s ragga heyday in 1993-94, including “The Hitman” and “Dub Dish Style.” Before putting your signature on to Suburban Bottom in 1995, Cain released monitors on labelmate Sponge’s I.Q. imprint, collaborating with Sponge and current Ganja Kru member Pascal under a barrage of …

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Push Button Objects

Edgar Farinas may be the Miami-bred manufacturer behind Push Key Items, whose artful fusions of hip-hop, electro, and jungle possess appeared through the American Schematic and Delicious chocolate Industries brands, and through the U.K.-structured imprint Skam. While hip-hop continues to be the core component of the PBO audio, Farinas combines …

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Martina Topley-Bird

Due to a printing mistake on Maxinquaye, Martina Topley-Bird offers often been known as “Martine,” one the unpredictable, low-profile, and confusion-loving vocalist/songwriter didn’t trouble correcting. The girl Vibe known as “the dark Dietrich of Soul” was raised in London and visited schools which were mainly white and middle income. Being …

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Project Grudge

Placing himself like a one-man ensemble of rock and roll & move and |techno-industrial, Mattias Johansson required the alias of Task Grudge after spending quite a few years in various rings in Malmo, Sweden. Using the self-titled explanation of “weighty plastic material,” Johansson started Task Grudge in 1998 after gathering …

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Porter Ricks

Named to get a character for the ’60s Television show Flipper, Porter Ricks focus on subaquatic dub techno, offering the closest touchstone towards the static hum and fuzzy beatwork of their quasi labelmates Fundamental Channel. A cooperation between ambient maestro Thomas Köner and beatmeister Andy Mellwig, the duo debuted with …

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Porcupine Defense

Porcupine Protection is a single task for Terminal Sect vocalist/programmer Colin Schwan, which reflects his like of industrial rings like Skinny Pup and KMFDM (although Schwan’s single work does not have guitars), aswell while early synth-pop want Gary Numan. Porcupine Defense’s debut recording, Splinter, premiered in 1997.

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Plug

Luke Vibert, who all had previously provided the links between trip-hop as well as the intelligent/ambient wing with materials recorded seeing that Wagon Christ, did the same to jungle/drum’n’bass along with his produces while Plug. During 1995-1996, a long time before significant gear-heads began tinkering with breakbeats, Vibert released three …

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Plateau

Following the demise of Skinny Pup, longtime member and producer cEVIN Key proved helpful in a number of projects, like the Teargarden, Doubting Thomas and Download. The Plateau task — also offering Phil Traditional western (aka DJ Phil) from Off & Eliminated plus Download’s Anthony Valcic — created a few …

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