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Mr. Velcro Fastener

Echoing electro’s usual themes and fascinations, this Finnish task apply arch game titles such as for example ‘Real Robots Don’t Pass away’, ‘Blue Displays’ and ‘Vector Graphics’ and ‘Robots 4 Life’ with their android-friendly model music. Mr Velcro Fastener is truly a duo, Tatu Metsätähti (b. Finland) and Tatu Peltonen …

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Aspects of Physics

Areas of Physics was, fittingly more than enough, an offshoot from the San Diego-based Physics, who have played a loud, trance-inducing make of post-rock that combined consumer electronics and guitars. After seven many years of working being a loose-knit collective, Physics known as it quits in 2000, and longtime member …

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Brian Eno

Ambient pioneer, glam rocker, hit producer, multimedia artist, technical innovator, worldbeat proponent, and self-described nonmusician — during the period of his lengthy, prolific, and immensely important career, Brian Eno was many of these things and far, much more. Identifying his innovative pathways using a deck of instructional, Tarot-like credit cards …

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Mucho Macho

After being mixed up in local club scene through the mid-’80s, Uk DJs Tim Punter and Neil Dunford made a decision to develop a project called Mucho Macho, name predicated on Beastie Children’ video “Sabotage,” making their debut using the discharge of “She Devils,” accompanied by “Eric B Is on …

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Wolfkin

The Wolfkin duo blends ’70s psychedelia and raw ’60s garage with contemporary drum loops and samples and sardonic slacker sensibilities, combining attitudes and musicality of old times with the brand new. A comradery between people Kristian Godtfredsen and Lars Vognstrup created while surviving in exactly the same co-op in Copenhagen. …

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Add N to (X)

Name-checking a diverse solid of progenitors including Varése, Xenakis, and Robert Moog, in addition to Can and Stereolab, Add N to X are electro-historians of the sort, enthusiasts of vintage synthesizer technology, and brutal propagators from the man-machine visual (the cover of the second recording features member Ann Shenton for …

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Aquasky

Originally from Bournemouth yet afterwards transplanted to London, Kieron Bailey, Brent Newitt and Dave Wallace result from a generation of junglists with neither a strict concentrate on breakbeats nor a good fusion of jungle with many other styles (hip-hop, reggae, jazz, etc.). The trio’s recordings as Aquasky possess encompassed a …

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Will Web

Will Internet is among a small number of youthful electro revivalists connected with Detroit’s Direct Defeat label, also house to such brands seeing that Aux 88, K-1, and “Mad” Mike Banking institutions. Like those performers, Internet was raised steeped in identical parts early hip-hop (Run-DMC, Ice-T), techno-pop (Kraftwerk, Gary Numan), …

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Thomas Barnett

Blending a desire for Parliament funk and electro-pop (Kraftwerk, Depeche Setting), Thomas Barnett advanced the reason for techno by developing among its most influential labeling, Transmat, with Derrick May. Shortly after Barnett started producing music, he installed with May at Detroit’s famous golf club, The Music Institute. Both recorded “Nude …

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Marco Passarani

Italian electronica producer Marco Passarani continues to be known as Rome’s response to the Aphex Twin. Although his idiosyncratic fusion of ambient, electro, and techno locations reduced on distortion containers and basic but influencing three-part melodies, produces such as for example “2099” and “IT’LL BE What IT HAD BEEN” (both …

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