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Dr. Octagon

After single-handedly redefining “warped” because the brain and mouth area behind the Bronx-based Ultramagnetic MC’s, “Kool” Keith Thornton — aka Tempo X, aka Dr. Octagon, aka Dr. Dooom, aka Mr. Gerbik — going for the external reaches from the stratosphere with a number of solo tasks. A onetime psychiatric individual …

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Versus

NEW YORK indie rock and roll favorites Versus evolved from the remnants of Blossom, a music group led by singer/guitarist Richard Baluyut. In the ultimate weeks of Flower’s life, the group was became a member of by vocalist/guitarist Fontaine Toups, who continued to be with Baluyut within the short-lived Saturnine …

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Vessel

The project of Bristol, England’s Seb Gainsborough, Vessel expands on his hometown’s legacy of pioneering producers with ever-shifting components of techno, home, garage, dubstep, ambient, and industrial music. An integral part of the Teen Echo collective, which also contains El Child and Kahn & Zhou, Vessel debuted officially in 2011 …

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Wendy Carlos

Composer Wendy Carlos spurred electronic music to new business heights through the later ’60s, popularizing the synthesizer using the enormously successful Switched-On Bach record. Blessed in Pawtucket, Rhode Isle on November 14, 1939, Carlos pursued her M.A. in structure under Vladimir Ussachevsky and Otto Luening at Columbia University’s famed Columbia-Princeton …

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General Midi

General Midi, or Paul Crossman, who also performed beneath the name Liquid, came out from the Bristol club scene, creating a splash when he became resident DJ in the Shimmy Golf club in 1994. His mixture of breakbeat with nu-skool, electronica, home, and hip-hop produced him a favorite take action, …

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Vicki Sue Robinson

Vicki Sue Robinson turned the disco and pop music world ugly with her rousing 1976 TOP Pop smash “Convert the Defeat Around.” A solid, radiant vocalist, Robinson’s information were among among the better produced and organized ’70s disco produces, with solid beats constructed on solid music. Blessed in Harlem in …

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down MF

Forging a union of post-punk noisemaking and soul-baring angst, down MF begins with a tone of voice that oozes melancholy, contempt, and mordant wit all at one time. Combine the tone of voice with the audio of the jagged guitar that prefers in order to avoid the reduced end and …

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Download

As commercial and industrial-metal made great inroads in the mainstream graphs during the past due ’90s, many early pioneers continued to record with small fanfare but a great deal of creativity, also if the incredible leaps in technology had largely altered their sound because the heyday from the 1980s. Download …

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Victor Calderone

Brooklyn local Victor Calderone continues to be cranking out home songs and remixes because the mid-’90s, when his 1996 creation “CEASE” became a golf club favorite around the world. Since that time he has been around demand, remixing songs for the largest titles in pop music, including Madonna, Garbage, Bette …

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Two Lone Swordsmen

After dissolving his Sabres of Heaven project and label, U.K. dance don Andrew Weatherall create the tripartite Emissions label group and released his latest, probably many prodigious musical enterprise, Two Lone Swordsmen. A cooperation with Emissions engineer Keith Tenniswood, 2LS was shaped in early 1996. The group talks the same …

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