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DJ Roc

An innovator in the wonderful world of Chicago Juke — a genre where Chicago home, bass music, and ghetto technology get together — DJ Roc was created Clarence Johnson about Chicago’s South Part. After encountering the furious audio of Ghetto home music, Roc became a lover. When he bought the …

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Burger/Ink

Mike Printer ink, longtime kingpin of Germany’s experimental techno picture, formed Burger/Printer ink with Jorg Burger release a an album for American indie label Matador in 1998. The materials was originally documented in 1996 within a two-part EP series for Harvest. [Find Also: Mike Printer ink, Gas, Like Inc.]

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The Groove Corporation

After Billie Ray Martin still left Electribe 101 for the studio career, her ex-bandmates formed the Groove Company. Composed of studio room designers, the trio sometimes recruits vocalists (such as for example dub superstar Bim Sherman for the “Ghetto Prayer” one) but generally explores ambient-soul independently. 1995’s Co-operation is certainly …

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CoH

CoH may be the executing name of Ivan Pavlov. The term is usually Russian, means “rest,” and really should become pronounced just like the British word “child.” Active because the past due ‘90s, CoH rates being among the most interesting laptop computer artists from the experimental electronica underground. His music …

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Birdy Nam Nam

The four men behind the French turntabilist crew Birdy Nam Nam met as members from the much bigger Scratch Action Hiro, winners from the 2000 DMC World DJ Team Championship. Crazy B, DJ Pone, Small Mike, and DJ Require shaped Birdy Nam Nam another year, acquiring their name from a …

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Bunnydrums

Born away from two fairly prominent rings in Philadelphia’s past due-’70s punk scene (the Boneheads as well as the Autistics), Bunnydrums would produce a name for themselves for a short while being a sci-fi/angular/psychedelic/punk group that would start for such big brands as Pere Ubu, R.E.M., and Gang of Four. …

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Saad

Saad, better recognized to Egyptian viewers as Saad un Soghayar, is a favorite shaabi musician whose work continues to be featured in Bellydance Superstars, Vol. 3 and TOP QUALITY Arabic Music, Vol. 1. His debut U.S. discharge, The Prince of Sha’abi, premiered in 2006.

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David Sugar

An indie digital dance-pop manufacturer from London, Britain, David E. Glucose released a number of underground materials, a lot of it on the web, before jumping towards the trendsetting French label Kitsuné Music in 2007. Glucose, who both creates and sings his music, initial began to create a name for …

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Bunny Lee

Probably one of the most influential and prolific makers in reggae background, Bunny “Striker” Lee pioneered the artwork of the dub — expanding the guidelines of studio room technology like zero Jamaican maker before him, he and his engineer, the equally legendary Ruler Tubby, maximized the creative likelihood of every …

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Cabas

Popular in his homeland and reputable internationally, Cabas is really a singer/songwriter from Colombia whose folkloric yet cool style is similar to fellow Colombian star Carlos Vives. Younger and fresher than that professional turned singer, nevertheless, the vocalist/songwriter became a Colombian feeling at the early age of 24 following the …

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