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Sierra Kidd

Sierra Kid can be an introspective, down-to-earth rapper in the northwestern German town of Emden. Blessed Manuel Jungclassen, he created his rhyming design by learning recordings of German performers such as for example Kool Savas and MoTrip, aswell as those of Drake. A video he published to YouTube in early …

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Fjaak

German digital trio Fjaak make traveling, energetic dance paths starting from reflective deep home to storming warehouse techno, with occasional U.K. garage area, dub, and breakbeat hardcore affects. Gritty however sensual, their paths are composed completely on analog tools. Located in Berlin, Felix Wagner, Aaron Röbig, and Kevin Kozicki have …

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Gzuz

German rapper Gzuz emerged in ’09 2009 as an associate of Hamburg-based hip-hop team 187 Strassenbande. The group can be heavily affected by hardcore gangster rap as well as the 187 in its name can be a mention of the American law enforcement code for murder. Their self-titled debut found …

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MaJoe

A German rapper whose Tamil parents moved off their indigenous Sri Lanka ahead of his delivery in Duisburg, MaJoe (Mayjuran Ragnathan) initially rapped as one-half of the duo with Serbian partner Jasko. Jointly, they released a set of albums for the Banger Musik label: Mobbing Musik (2012) and MaJoe vs. …

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John Bender

Perhaps one of the most shadowy, mysterious statistics from the early-’80s experimental music underground, John Bender released 3 LPs and many cassettes of cool, sparse, abstract synth pop music that afterwards became the ultimate goal for aficionados of “minimal synth” or “minimal influx” music. Blessed in 1950 in Nuremberg, Germany, …

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Christian Löffler

Electronic/techno maker Christian Löffler has specialized in emotive, melancholic music that seems isolated however strangely relatable. Löffler began taking a pastime in music at age group 14, although rather than picking right up a acoustic guitar, as his close friends do, he dove directly into development and organizing music on …

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Psaiko.Dino

Psaiko.Dino, given birth to Markus Brückner, is a manufacturer and rapper from Germany. Motivated by Cypress Hill, he experienced rap creation and proved helpful for the Chimperator label. During the period of a couple of years, from 2007 through 2013, he created material for famous brands Kodimey, 257ers, Haftbefehl, and …

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The Ministry of Wolves

The Ministry of Wolves can be an international music collective that formed to be able to soundtrack a theater production of Republik der Wölfe, a retelling from the Brothers Grimm fairy tales through the zoom lens of poet Anne Sexton’s Transformations, a assortment of poems about them. The task was …

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Tripping the Light Fantastic

Tripping the Light Fantastic certainly are a seven-piece indie pop group located in Hamburg, Germany. Although their collaborative musical background goes back to 2001, the prevailing edition of the group didn’t type until 2008. Users Frauke Brammer, Adrian Adam, Cornelius von Tiedemann, Henning Kasbohm, Jil Hesse, Johannes Huhmann, Leif Gütschow, …

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Brace/Choir

Shoegaze experimentalists Brace/Choir formed in Berlin in 2006. The music group, made up of Christoph Adrian, Alex Samuels, Potential Gassmann, and Dave Youssef, discovered the four vocalist/multi-instrumentalists switching musical instruments and taking transforms performing with each different tune. Their slow-burning result channeled Krautrock legends like Faust, shoegaze staples from the …

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