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Bogdan Raczynski

Assembling most of his music with an maturing PC laptop, Polish-born drum’n’bass DJ Bogdan Raczynski produced his Rephlex label debut in early 1999 using the album Boku Mo Wakaran. Popular on its pumps that summer emerged Samurai Mathematics Beats; Thinking about You and Boku Mo Wakaran implemented in 2000.

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Voigt & Voigt

Two of techno’s most revered manufacturers, brothers Wolfgang and Reinhard Voigt began releasing materials jointly in June 2002, when the Cologne, Germany natives contributed both paths — the gnashing “Korn” and moody “Roxy” — to Kompakt’s third Speicher discharge. Within a couple of months, they supplied both edges of Speicher …

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Autopoieses

This adventurous German duo debuted on Force Inc’s ultra-experimental Ritornell label with La Vie á Noir, a live album recorded on October 15, 1999, at Städel within their hometown of Frankfurt. Following release from the live record, the duo released a dual-12″ EP on Mille Plateux entitled La Vie á …

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Autechre

Like Aphex Twin, Autechre were about as near being experimental techno superstars because the tenets of the genre as well as the limitations of the market allowed. Through some full-length works along with a smattering of EPs on Warp, Crystal clear, and their very own Skam label, Autechre regularly garnered …

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Books on Tape

Books on Tape may be the long-running single task of electronic musician Todd Drootin. Drootin started Books on Tape in LA in 1999 following the separation of his even more collaborative task Subverse. An early on cousin of breakcore and much more punk-informed assumes digital music, Drootin dubbed his frequently …

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The Bionaut

The Bionaut was an alias utilized by Jörg Burger, a gentleman who was simply among techno music’s earliest followers along with a champion of Cologne (Germany) minimalism music. The Bionaut released several paths on Europe-only produces from 1993 through 1997, which are more and more difficult to find and/or away …

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Sweet Reinhard

Because the primary name under which Reinhard Voigt details for the Profan label in Cologne, Sweet Reinhard’s audio is primarily seen as a jarring rhythmic constructions of strong beats and a influx of high-pitched noises sparingly interwoven between your beats. It’s like the Studio room 1 and M:I:5 function of …

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Soul Center

Along with his Soul Center produces, Cologne’s Thomas Brinkmann stripped funk right down to its bare essence and fused taught loops and sly samples to his oft-emulated make of minimal techno. Instead of benefiting from the sublime hooks that operate rampant in funk and spirit records through the ’60s and …

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Shuttle358

Dan Abrams is among a fresh wave of performers bringing the cosmetic sensibilities of digital systems to carry upon the varieties of environmental space music 1st explored by famous brands Brian Eno, David Parsons, Michael Stearns, and Robert Affluent. Abrams began producing music as an adolescent on his Apple IIe …

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Si Begg

London-based experimentalist Si (Simon) Begg is normally a member from the notorious Cabbage Head artist collective, shaped in 1990 within the Midlands town of Leamington Spa, and in addition including observed dance producers Cristian Vogel and Tim Wright (of Germ). Although, apart from several cassette-only produces as an associate of …

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