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Jamie Lidell

English producer Jamie Lidell became as more popular for his effective neo-soul vocals and performances for his previous career like a producer of groovy experimental techno. After some EP produces for labels such as for example Mosquito and an appearance within the Mille Plateaux-released Industrialsamplecoregouchbeat compilation, Lidell collaborated with similarly …

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Tycho

Tycho (Scott Hansen) is really a producer and image artist located in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, California. While Planks of Canada’s blissful/melancholic IDM can be an apparent inspiration, a lot of Tycho’s productions play out like comprehensive electronic wish pop music in isolation instead of vignettes or expanded mood parts. …

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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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General Magic

“Unintentional electronica” duo General Magic could very well be the strangest, least stylistically constrained project in the Austrian Mego label’s roster. Produced by label bosses Ramon Bauer and Andi Pieper around once they set up Mego (GM’s cooperation with Peter “Pita” Bauer, “Refrigerator Trax,” was the initial Mego discharge), GM …

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Chaos A.D.

Wishing perhaps to range himself from your assortment of his early recordings released by Rephlex, Tom Jenkinson (aka Squarepusher) issued the materials while Chaos A.D. The alias do indeed tag a radically different sound for Jenkinson, mainly hardcore acidity techno within the vein of his one-time label-mate Aphex Twin’s Caustic …

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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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The Gentle People

Tri-continental ambient lounge group the Mild Folks are a bizarre amalgam of influences and affinities, combining the esoteric club tradition from the 1990s using the cocktails-and-tiki-trinkets kitsch from the 1950s, hitting almost every chance for nostalgic, cheesball second-hand embarrassment among. Signed within the U.K. to Richard “Aphex Twin” Wayne’ Rephlex …

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Freescha

As though to deliberately demarcate their torpid, supine and close to devotional recordings, Freescha named their beguiling 2002 launch, Slower Than Chapel Music. Shaped by SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, California, USA-based duo Nick Huntington and Michael McGroarty, Freescha’s intentionally paced digital dirges and de-tuned laments most easily recall the nostalgic …

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Freeform

London’s Simon Pyke produces angular, almost algorithmic experimental electro beneath the name Freeform. Growing around the rhythmic and percussive components of a style 1st significantly pursued by performers such as for example Coil, Autechre, and RAC, Pyke’s Freeform materials is at occasions a lot more lab-coat compared to the above, …

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FUSE

A Richie Hawtin pseudonym which predated actually the more famed Plastikman, FUSE debuted in 1991 using the fourth one on Hawtin’s +8 Information, “Strategy & Identify.” Provided wider issue afterwards that year for the +8 compilation From Our Thoughts to Yours, FUSE released many even more singles during 1992, then …

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