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Filament

Filament is made up of samplist Sachiko M. and guitarist/turntablist Otomo Yoshihide. The set produced Filament in 1997 for the functionality in Switzerland. A calendar year later, they produced their first documenting and toured European countries. Filament can be involved generally with “plunderphonics” — appropriating sampled materials from pre-existing recordings, …

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Padma Newsome

Australian indigenous Padma Newsome can be an avant-leaning arranger/composer and multi-instrumentalist (violin, viola, and vocals) and a founding person in the experimental chamber ensemble the Clogs. Originally having examined music on the School of Adelaide in Australia, Newsome also gained many master’s level levels from Yale School while he was …

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Moritz von Oswald Trio

Moritz von Oswald Trio featured Vladislav Hold off (percussion), Utmost Loderbauer (sequencer, synthesizer), and von Oswald himself (development, keyboards, percussion). If they aligned, the three music artists got long-established reputations as main figures within digital music. Among his many accomplishments, von Oswald pioneered dub techno with the essential Channel and …

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Talibam!

NY duo Talibam! may be remembered in many ways: like a vintage keys/drums free of charge jazz duo, mainly because obnoxious Dadaist provocateurs with an uncanny feeling of musical background, as members from the D.We.Con. Brooklyn underground. Provided their name and sometimes lo-fi surrealism, they could also be just like …

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The Focus Group

South Wales-raised image developer Julian House’s eerie and electronic audio collage task the Concentrate Group was created out of his co-founding from the influential Ghost Container label in London with Jim Jupp in 2003. While Jupp’s concurrently designed Belbury Poly tread an identical route of warped consumer electronics, intentionally misremembered …

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Prince Rama

Brooklyn-based “now age” group Prince Rama (formerly referred to as Prince Rama of Ayodhya) shaped in 2007 round the talents of Michael Collins and sisters Taraka and Nimai Larson. The trio users, who were elevated inside a Hare Krishna-centric Florida community, fulfilled in senior high school and started their musical …

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Demdike Stare

Demdike Stare were founded in ’09 2009 in Manchester, Britain by two well-known heroes from that city’s music picture. Miles Whittaker, fifty percent of the well known dub techno duo Pendle Coven, in addition has recorded beneath the monikers MLZ and Child from the Industrial Trend. Sean Canty is definitely …

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Zevious

Something occurred to Zevious between your early-2008 self-release of their eponymous debut record as well as the arrival of their second record, After the Air flow Raid, issued by Cuneiform in ’09 2009. The bandmembers proceeded to go just a little bonkers. What started being a quite great innovative jazz …

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Eric Nally

Eric Nally is normally a singer/songwriter and eccentric performer, perhaps most widely known for fronting glam rock/pop music group Foxy Shazam as well as for his vocal contribution towards the 2015 smash hit solitary “Downtown” by hip-hop duo Macklemore and Ryan Lewis. Nally was raised in Cincinnati, Ohio, where he …

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Brown vs Brown

Amsterdam-based avant jazz-rock quartet Dark brown vs Dark brown play jagged avant jazz-rock mixing herky-jerky rhythms, tightly made up and executed ensemble interplay, and exploratory sonic interludes featuring moderate — however, not extreme — helpings of improvisation. The music group is made up of Dutch alto/baritone saxophonist Dirk Bruinsma, a …

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