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Fischerspooner

The brand new wave/electro-pop troupe Fischerspooner were formed in NEW YORK in 1998 and also have come to include multimedia, strange handmade costumes, dance, and performance art. Originally a duo created by classically qualified musician Warren Fischer and video designer and experimental theatre performer Casey Spooner for an impromptu rendition …

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Ectomorph

Though they’re unknown to all or any but a select few within the American and Western underground, Detroit electro duo Ectomorph are on the best edge of a fresh wave of American dance artists reconnecting techno to its origins in Motor City funk and soul via electro. Like early Detroit …

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Fannypack

Fannypack were made up of performers Jessibel Suthiwong, Belinda Lovell, and Kitty Hartwell, with beat-making support from Matt Goias and Nice. The two NY DJs 1st enlisted Brown University or college graduate Hartwell to sing over their fresh task, which brazenly crossed L’Trimm/J.J. Fad-style chintz rap with components of modern-day …

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Felix da Housecat

Second-wave Chicago home impresario Felix da Housecat entered the top notch via his recordings (as himself, Thee Maddkatt Courtship, Aphrohead, and Sharkimaxx) in addition to his ownership of Radikal Fear Information, among the leading Chicago labels from the 1990s. An intro to Chicago story DJ Pierre through the middle-’80s offered …

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Drexciya

Although they released only five EPs within their first a decade recording collectively, controversial Detroit techno duo Drexciya became probably one of the most celebrated and influential names in American experimental techno. Mostly of the groups to utilize techno like a politics device in effecting criticism of racial inequity and …

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Elecktroids

A one-off, Warp-released side-project that no one seems ready to continue record about, mysterious electro clothing Elecktroids have already been rumored to become the work of everybody from Detroit underground legends Drexciya to Tag Bell of Manchester bleep popularizers LFO. In any case, Elecktroids certainly are a well-produced, if vaguely …

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Dirty Sanchez

The planet first caught a whiff of Dirty Sanchez in the 2002 electroclash comp Badd Inc. as well as the monitor “Replicunt.” A pointy-headed and prurient little bit of posturing electro, it spurred chatter in regards to the LA trio in dance night clubs without signals and high-end hair-dye shops …

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Doctor Rockit

Although his methods may provoke even more discussion than his music (a minimum of among chin-stroke types as well as the British and American dance music presses), Doctor Rockit’s Matthew Herbert can be an experimentalist of the subtle stripe, combining his love for many varieties of dance-based electronic music having …

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D’Arcangelo

Mixing neo-electro, minimal techno, as well as other tastes of underground dance music, Germany’s D’Arcangelo includes twin brothers Fabrizio and Marco D’Arcangelo. Fans of new influx and dark synth pop, the twins fulfilled the likeminded Potential Durante and produced Auto Sound Unlimited. The task premiered in 1992 using the Roman’s …

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Larry Tee

The person who trademarked Electroclash ™ as a method of club music and a means of life in the first ’00s, Larry Tee ran a nightclub (Brooklyn’s Luxx) and threw highly publicized (for the dance underground, a minimum of) events like Berliniamsburg and Club Badd, which aided the growth of …

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