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Static

Like a handful of his City Centre Offices labelmates, Berlin’s Hanno Leichtmann (aka Static) creates warm, deceptively melodic tracks countered by glitchy components. For Eject YOUR BRAIN, an record released in early 2002, Leichtmann sought the providers of Ronald Lippok, of Tarwater also to Roccoco Rot popularity, and Justine Electra, …

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V/Vm

In league with plunderphonic pirates and dancefloor punks like Share, Hausen & Walkman, Child-606, and DJ Olive, Manchester’s V/Vm (“volume versus mass”) crew brought a well-needed boot towards the backside from the increasingly humorless dance scene from the past due ’90s, polarized using one side by mindless club trance and …

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Christoph De Babalon

Likely because of his insufficient bold image, Hamburg-based Christoph de Babalon was relatively lost in the shuffle of his Digital Hardcore peers, crafting a different array of mainly instrumental tracks that possibly increase heart rates around the dancefloor or distort the senses in the bed room. No matter his seeks, …

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Maeror Tri

The German-based guitar trio Maeror Tri was active between 1988 and 1996. Popular in the commercial cassette underground, the group was going to break right into the developing experimental electronica picture when it ceased its actions. Its make of drone music lent elements from commercial, gothic, avant-garde minimalism (Tony Conrad, …

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Orphx

Canadian duo Wealthy Oddie and Christina Sealey began Orphx in the first ’90s, releasing some experimental noise and commercial cassettes. Their 1st Compact disc launch was Fragmentation on American label Malignant Information in 1996, and by the finish from the ’90s, their audio got shifted in a far more techno-leaning …

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Ulf Langheinrich

Seeing that one-half of Viennese multimedia performance group Granular-Synthesis, Ulf Langheinrich explores the interface of your time, eyesight, technology, and subjectivity, bringing these components into uneasy proximity to be able to foreground relationships of codetermination. A presented artist at globally renowned exhibitions and celebrations such as for example Japan’s Nagoya …

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Thomas Koppel

Best known while the founder & most important person in the enigmatic Danish progressive rock and roll group Savage Rose, Thomas Koppel was also a author of modern classical music and a single recording designer. Although he previously studied traditional piano and made up serious items from an early on …

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Tournesol

Danish DJ and producer Tommy Gee shaped ambient-techno-funk outfit Tournesol with partner Thomas Lynge in 1990, following some live performances and a smattering of production work for Western european techno pioneer Kenneth Bager (of Dr. Baker popularity). Deriving the name from Gee’s propensity being a DJ for tossing in snippets …

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The Kosmik Kommando

Mike Dred (aka Chimera, Judge Dred, as well as the Kosmik Kommando) makes acid-tinged experimental techno geared both for the dancefloor as well as for house listening. An associate from the U.K.’s expanded North Nation experimental techno family members (which also contains Reload, the Aphex Twin, and Matt Herbert), Dred …

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