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Mr. Oizo

Though it’s a sure bet he’ll linger in the minds of all for his omnipresent Levi’s advert and 1999 Western chart-topper “Flat Beat,” music video director Quentin Dupieux turned in a few excellent digital productions as Mr. Oizo. Definately not the madding crowds of ad-oriented hipster trance or jungle, “Smooth …

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Mouse on Mars

Dabbling in complex, heavily hybridized types of from ambient, techno, and dub to rock and roll, jazz, and jungle, German post-techno duo Mouse button on Mars was the mixed effort of Andi Toma and Jan St. Werner (of Köln and Düsseldorf, respectively). Mouse on Mars created in 1993, apparently when …

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Justin Berkovi

English techno don Justin Berkovi’s productions present as much to advocates of pounding minimalism concerning fans from the psychological ambient wing of techno. Given birth to in Watford (though he spent portion of his child years in Luxembourg aswell), Berkovi was raised with synth pop and hip-hop. After tinkering with …

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Múm

Iceland pop experimentalists Múm were shaped by Gunnar ?-rn Tynes, ?-rvar Þóreyjarson Smárason, and classically trained twin sisters Gyða and Kristín Anna Valtýsdóttir. Shaped in 1997, the group fulfilled while focusing on a children’s play. Smárason discovered his understanding of music transformed through hearing Aphex Twin and determined that he’d …

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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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Herbert

Although his methods may provoke even more discussion than his music (a minimum of among chin-stroke types as well as the British and American dance music presses), Matthew Herbert can be an experimentalist of the subtle stripe, combining his love for all those varieties of dance-based electronic music having a …

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Global Communication

No other digital dance act produced a lot of recordings in that wide variety of designs (along with such amazing results) because the duo of Tag Pritchard and Tom Middleton. After arriving collectively in 1991, the set began documenting music whose range spanned most of digital dance music, though many …

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Dani Siciliano

Before making a name for herself as Matthew Herbert’s essential collaborator, vocalist/producer Dani Siciliano played in jazz combos and spun spirit, funk, and jazz records in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA clubs. A gathering with Herbert led to the two functioning together and finally marrying. It’s Siciliano’s lilting tone of voice …

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Murcof

b. Fernando Corona, 1970, Tijuana, Mexico. Murcof merges modern ‘holy minimalist’ orchestration and melancholic techno to make a near devotional music that is in comparison to imaginary collaborations between Arvo Pärt and Thomas Brinkmann or Giya Kancheli as well as the Aphex Twin. Corona is normally associated with the increasing …

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Mike Dred

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 prolonged West Nation experimental techno family members (which also contains Reload, the Aphex Twin, and Matt Herbert), Dred …

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