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Erol Alkan

Noted mainly for his exclusive fusion of dance, punk, electronic, and industrial, Erol Alkan started his career because the lead promoter and main DJ for the golf club night Trash located in London. His DJ mixes became the chat of the city through the great electroclash/dance-punk motion of 2004, and …

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Adam Freeland

Adam Freeland may be the DJ, label-head, and maker frequently hailed for the fusion of breakbeat and techno (sometimes branded nu-skool breaks) on righteous blend albums like 1996’s Coastal Breaks and 2000’s Tectonics. Located in Brighton, Freeland started DJing in 1991, originally combining deep home and later on drum’n’bass. After …

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A Touch of Class

A FRESH York-based DJ team that focuses on an assortment of home, electro, post-punk, and brand-new influx, Dominique Clausen and Oliver Stumm call themselves — in addition to their label, active because the past due ’90s — Some Course. Though they released a small number of their very own 12″ …

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Dani Siciliano

Before making a name for herself as Matthew Herbert’s essential collaborator, vocalist/producer Dani Siciliano played in jazz combos and spun spirit, funk, and jazz records in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA clubs. A gathering with Herbert led to the two functioning together and finally marrying. It’s Siciliano’s lilting tone of voice …

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Jef Stott

San Francisco-based Jef Stott is really a DJ, manufacturer, and multi-instrumentalist whose concentrate on world music and global grooves has generated him over the world stage. He’s also a tuned anthropologist. Along these lines, he’s produced in-depth academic research of Middle Eastern music and equipment. His oud trainer was the …

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Skatebård

Originally much metal drummer, Bård Aasen Lødemel, aka Skatebård, experienced techno and rave through the ’90s just before he became a producer of retro-futuristic disco, house, and techno. Hailing from a little town known as Ørsta over the Norwegian western world coast, Lødemel transferred to Bergen in the entire year …

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David Sugar

An indie digital dance-pop manufacturer from London, Britain, David E. Glucose released a number of underground materials, a lot of it on the web, before jumping towards the trendsetting French label Kitsuné Music in 2007. Glucose, who both creates and sings his music, initial began to create a name for …

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Capracara

Capracara is among London, England local Jonathan Burnip’s creation aliases. Joining various other professionals of twisted 21st hundred years acid home like Jamal Moss (Hieroglyphic Getting) and Tadd Mullinix (Adam T. Natural cotton), Burnip’s initial Capracara 12″ — “Opal Rush”/”Flashback 86,” snaking paths heavily educated by Chicago home pioneers Adonis, …

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The Soft Pink Truth

Drew Daniel’s the Soft Red Truth grew from a dare. While Daniel was carrying out in Paris with Martin Schmidt as Matmos, Matthew Herbert challenged him to produce a home record. Daniel responded with 2001’s Soft Red Missy 12″, which Herbert released on his Soundslike label. Daniel proceeded to go …

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Osborne

Located in Ypsilanti, MI, a town located between Ann Arbor and Detroit, producer/DJ Todd Osborn 1st gained notoriety outdoors his region as Soundmurderer, liberating hyper-intense ragga jungle productions about his Rewind label with partner SK-1 (Tadd Mullinix, aka Dabrye, James T. Natural cotton). The eye paid to Soundmurderer peaked with …

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