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Komputer

The North London group Komputer began its career in the later ’90s as an electro-pop act modeled largely after Kraftwerk but changed its design considerably in subsequent years, moving toward a far more original sound. Made up of Simon Leonard and David Baker, Komputer in fact began being a trio, …

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Chris Liebing

Dynamic in Frankfurt’s dance music picture because the early ’90s, techno manufacturer and DJ Chris Liebing released productions for several labels — Sound, Clau, Molecular, Molecular, Primate, his very own C.L.R., and many others — through the entire past due ’90s and early 2000s. In 2005, he caused Speedy J …

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Jacknife Lee

Previously the guitarist for new-school punks Compulsion, Garret Lee made the jump to big-beat electronica after Compulsion disbanded after 1996’s THE NEAR FUTURE Is Medium. Agreed upon to Pussyfoot Information, owned by digital impresario Howie B., his pseudonym Jacknife Lee debuted using the 1999 one “Cookies.” His debut record Muy …

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Knights of the Occasional Table

South-east London multiracial dance band, comprising Steve, Nygell, Moose, Andrew and vocalist Aquamanda. Their debut recording was released independently label before becoming found by Club Pet. Its name – Legs Up NATURE – offered a large clue with their audio, wherein modern technical means (programs, drum devices, samplers) were used …

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Koxbox

Created in Copenhagen early within the ’90s, Koxbox produced a number of the 1st goes toward the psychedelic trance sound that became a typical later within the decade. The duo was created by Frank E (aka Frank Madsen) and Peter Chocolate, who 1st met back 1980 while playing in rock …

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Kinobe

This UK-based duo comprises childhood friends Tag Blackburn and Julius Walters, whose quirky sound could possibly be loosely referred to as mid-tempo dance music, featuring live instrumentation, occasional vocals alongside electronics and samples. Blackburn can be a visual musician, working within design group, the Light Doctors. The duo conceived Kinobe …

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Khan

An original Framework label group designer with a large number of produces on Köln-based imprints such as for example DJ Ungle Fever, XXC3, Eat Natural, and Pharma, N.Con.C.-centered experimental electro producer Can Dental may be the man in back of a range of pseudonyms. Documenting frequently as 4E and Khan, …

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The Blue Orchids

When Una Baines (keyboards, vocals) and Martin Bramah (acoustic guitar, vocals) quit the Fall in the past due ’70s, a few of that group’s irreverent, punk-injected nature continued to movement through their veins if they formed the Blue Orchids in Manchester, Britain in 1979. With the help of Rick Goldstar …

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Bomfunk MC’s

Produced in 1998 by DJ Gismo (delivered Ismo Lappalainen) and B.O.W. (brief for “Brothers of what”; delivered Raymond Ebanks), the Finnish hip-hop/electro-funk/home outfit burst in to the regional pop music picture in 1999 using the release of the first smash, “Freestyler.” After climbing graphs in Finland, Denmark, and Germany, “Freestyler” …

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Khan & Walker

Two of the best artists from your early- to past due-’90s Cologne techno explosion, Khan (given birth to Can Oral, rather than to become confused along with his sibling Cam Dental, aka Jammin’ Device) and Dr. Walker (given birth to Ingmar Koch) collaborated on several produces within the middle- to …

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