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Static

Like a handful of his City Centre Offices labelmates, Berlin’s Hanno Leichtmann (aka Static) creates warm, deceptively melodic tracks countered by glitchy components. For Eject YOUR BRAIN, an record released in early 2002, Leichtmann sought the providers of Ronald Lippok, of Tarwater also to Roccoco Rot popularity, and Justine Electra, …

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Blectum From Blechdom

Managing their good flavor for placements of audio snippets using the creation of fuzzy, spread breakbeats can be Blectum from Blechdom’s odd, warped love of life. Amid much more serious music they have already been known to use in boy music group karaoke and put on a jump match built …

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The Source Experience

After releasing one solid album for Belgium’s R&S label as the foundation, Robert Leiner became the foundation Encounter. His two 1994 LPs, Different Journeys and Stage Zero, were accompanied by many EPs, also for R&S.

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V/Vm

In league with plunderphonic pirates and dancefloor punks like Share, Hausen & Walkman, Child-606, and DJ Olive, Manchester’s V/Vm (“volume versus mass”) crew brought a well-needed boot towards the backside from the increasingly humorless dance scene from the past due ’90s, polarized using one side by mindless club trance and …

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Future/Past

Seeing that One’s Kirk Degiorgio is among the lesser recognized essential players in the U.K. techno underground. While his visionary fusions of Detroit spirit and frosty, crystalline technology on information such as for example Reflections and Celestial Spirit have gained him a solid reputation being a manufacturer, Degiorgio continues to …

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Jackson & His Computerband

French designer Jackson Fourgeaud performs his matchless design of digital music beneath the moniker Jackson & His Computerband. The child of ’80s vocalist/songwriter Paula Moore, he began his profession in the glitch-heavy globe of IDM, debuting his 1st recording, Smash, in 2005. After many singles and EPs (Feeling Juice, Premium, …

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Markant

A classic cult artist, at least for the first couple of years of his career, Markant (born Carsten Endrass) churned away multiple LPs a season, each incredibly limited in supply and fairly expensive in cost. People went of their method to get the many Markant produces, nevertheless. The producer’s LPs …

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Drum Island

The Norwegian ambient dub trio Drum Island comprised ex-Ismistik member Ole J. Mjos, Apollo Information co-founder Torbjorn Brundtland and promoter-turned-DJ Rune Lindbek. Beneath the name Those Norwegians, the group released some 12-in . singles on the united kingdom label Paper Recordings before evolving into Drum Isle, issuing their brilliant self-titled …

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Orphx

Canadian duo Wealthy Oddie and Christina Sealey began Orphx in the first ’90s, releasing some experimental noise and commercial cassettes. Their 1st Compact disc launch was Fragmentation on American label Malignant Information in 1996, and by the finish from the ’90s, their audio got shifted in a far more techno-leaning …

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Tournesol

Danish DJ and producer Tommy Gee shaped ambient-techno-funk outfit Tournesol with partner Thomas Lynge in 1990, following some live performances and a smattering of production work for Western european techno pioneer Kenneth Bager (of Dr. Baker popularity). Deriving the name from Gee’s propensity being a DJ for tossing in snippets …

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