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Jason Forrest

Breakcore/IDM/experimental artist Jason Forrest began his career recording beneath the alias Donna Summer, not merely to confuse individuals who enjoy hearing the disco diva using the same name, but additionally (based on an interview in CBC Radio) for “subjecting visitors to a artificial problem of diversity.” In any case, his …

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John Carpenter

Because the years passed, sci-fi/horror director John Carpenter earned nearly just as much acclaim for his music for his filmmaking. The kid of the music teacher at Traditional western Kentucky School, he crafted a unique audio dominated by pulsing, arpeggiated synthesizers and atmospheric washes that echoed his stark visible design. …

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I Am the World Trade Center

Acquiring more of a nontraditional approach to composing and producing their very own songs, the brand new York two part I Am the planet Trade Centre (named ahead of 9/11) records almost all their samples and loops on laptop. Together with Amy Dykes’ melodic vocals, the music group provides props …

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Jan St. Werner

Best known as you fifty percent of the innovative German electronic duo Mouse about Mars, Jan St. Werner (created Jan Stephan Werner in Nuremberg, Germany in 1969) also pursued a single profession as Lithops and under his personal name. His single work in fact predates Mouse on Mars, using the …

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Department of Eagles

Originally referred to as the Whitey over the Moon UK, Department of Eagles blossomed in the recording project of two college roommates into purveyors of ambitious however intimate music inspired simply by Van Dyke Parks and Paul McCartney. Fred Nicolaus and Daniel Rossen fulfilled in 2000, if they had been …

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I Am Robot and Proud

I Am Automatic robot and Proud is Toronto-based Shaw-Han Liem, who combines both digital and organic instrumentation to create gentle instrumental digital pop. In the first 2000s, he released two full-lengths on Catmobile Information, The Capture (November 2001) and Sophistication Days (Oct 2003), and a few EPs along with a …

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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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Wet

Soulful digital indie trio Damp shaped in Brooklyn around 2012. Ahead of that, music artists Joe Valle and Marty Sulkow, alongside vocalist Kelly Zutrau, experienced recorded several casual demos collectively while these were all going to school in NY before Valle break up for LA and Zutrau visited Rhode Isle. …

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Nouvelle Vague

Having a name which means “new wave” in English and “bossa nova” in Portuguese, Nouvelle Vague’s moniker neatly sums in the group’s concept: remaking classic new wave singles having a Brazilian pop twist. Nouvelle Vague will be the brainchild of French makers Marc Collin and Olivier Libaux. Ahead of this …

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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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