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Tech N9ne

While he debuted within the underground world of horrorcore and seemed destined to be always a future footnote, rapper Technology N9ne turned out to be an indie rap superstar. Along the way, he constructed his Unusual Music label right into a Psychopathic Records-styled empire with an associated loyal group of …

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Ammoncontact

The hip-hop/electronica duo Ammoncontact — made up of two high-school friends, former LA radio DJ Carlos Niño and Rhode Island native Fabian Ammon Alston — made their debut for the 2001 compilation Dublab Presents: Freeways making use of their song “Chord, Pts. 1-2.” 2 yrs later on they released their …

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Trevor Jackson

Whoever has followed underground dance, rap, and electronic music in the late ’80s with the 2010s likely owns several bits of music touched, in a few type, by Trevor Jackson. The London, Britain native, who began likely to raves at age 14, got into the sector after approaching Tag Moore …

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Sensational

Also called Torture, Sensational was an associate from the Jungle Brothers on the album 1993 J. Beez Wit Da Treatment. He released his self-produced single debut, PACKED WITH Power, in 1997. The follow-up, Part the Market, made an appearance the next 12 months and Heavyweighter was released in fall 2000; …

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Caural

Chicago-bred instrumentalist and producer Zachary Mastoon was raised playing jazz (he was among the founders of the group Transmission alongside Stuart Bogie and Eric Perney until they remaining for college) and funk (his band finished up backing rapper Diverse), though he didn’t uncover the sort of downbeat experimental electronica and …

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Kid Static

Kid Static is really a Chicago rapper/manufacturer who’s sometimes associated with fellow Chicago rapper/manufacturer Yea Big. He’s a manufacturer first of all, with a method that is up to date by experimental electronica designs, but his rapping is exactly what garners probably the most interest. He released his single debut …

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Yea Big

Elevated on bluegrass, rock and roll, and Motown in Kankakee, IL, Stefen Robinson always acquired an interest in a number of music, both being a listener along with a performer. He began playing cello in 4th grade, and shortly shifted to clarinet and saxophone. In senior high school he found …

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Flying Lotus

Experimental digital music producer Soaring Lotus, blessed Steven Ellison, is really a grandson of songwriter Marilyn McLeod (the co-writer of Diana Ross’ “Love Hangover”), and a great-nephew of pianist Alice Coltrane, and for that reason a cousin of saxophonist Ravi Coltrane. Ellison produced beats for the Toon Network’s Adult Swim …

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Georgia Anne Muldrow

Georgia Anne Muldrow was raised in a music home in LA, her father a musical instrument inventor for Eddie Harris and her mom, Rickie Byars, a vocalist using the Pharoah Sanders Outfit and co-founder of Audio of Agape Rhythms. After relocating to NY, the youthful musician/maker/vocalist documented seven songs on …

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Danger Mouse

Brian Burton, the person better referred to as designer/producer Risk Mouse, was created to some schoolteacher father along with a sociable worker mom in White colored Plains, NY, but spent a lot of his years as a child upstate in Springtime Valley. When he was 13, his family members moved …

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