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Havoc

Among the less-heralded architects of ’90s hardcore rap, Queens indigenous producer-MC Havoc (given birth to Kejuan Muchita) hardly ever received exactly the same degree of credit accorded to Wu-Tang Clan’s RZA, but his productions on his albums with Prodigy as Mobb Deep — specifically 1995’s common The Infamous — were …

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Manticora

Danish metallic band Manticora was officially shaped in 1996 from the ashes from the thrash metallic band Fear Itself by guitarist Kristian Larsen, vocalist Lars F. Larsen, and drummer Mads Volf, with bassist Kaspar Gram and business lead guitarist Martin Arendal fleshing out the group’s hard melodic audio. The band …

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DJ Trace

DJ Track was an early on person in the tight-knit staff of companies constituting popular techstep drum’n’bass label Zero U-Turn. Like co-workers Nico and Ed Hurry, Trace’s first split at broad publicity emerged through the Techsteppin’ compilation, released with the Emotif label and filled with several tracks certified from No …

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Goblin

The actual fact that Goblin was an Italian progressive rock-band already makes them somewhat exclusive, however they also pursued an intriguingly unorthodox career path, recording nearly all their music for horror film soundtracks, many with director Dario Argento. Internationally, they’re most likely best known for work on the night time …

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The Knife

A brother-and-sister duo hailing from Stockholm, Sweden, the Blade take motivation from classic synth pop and forward-thinking electronic music, crafting an audio that is similarly unsettling, playful, and beautiful. Olof and Karin Dreijer created the Blade in 1999 and done their music within their house studios, liberating their first solitary, …

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DJ Spooky

DJ Spooky (That Subliminal Child) emerged among the most noted proponents of turntablism, a procedure for hip-hop and DJ’ing whose viewpoint merges avant-garde ideas of musique concrète using the increased devotion paid to combining techniques beginning in the change of the millennium. Affected similarly by John Cage and Sunlight Ra …

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Fudge Tunnel

Despite their rough-hewn, incredibly heavy, feedback-drenched sound, Nottingham’s Fudge Tunnel quickly transcended the most obvious rock tag to get widespread critical compliment outside such limits. Even though this support by no means did result in commercial success, it really is interesting to notice that Fudge Tunnel’s amazing crossover appeal, with …

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From Within

From Within can be an unlikely ambient techno cooperation between Canadian acidity techno star Richie Hawtin and prolific ambient composer Pete Namlook, whose collaborative companions also contains such artists as Klaus Schulz, Mixmaster Morris, Tetsu Inoue, Bill Laswell, and Burhan Ocal, among twelve others. From Within combines Namlook’s personal sweeping …

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Front 242

Probably one of the most consistent industrial rings from the 1980s, despite the fact that they regularly pursued a far more electronic variant from the audio that swept into vogue through the ’90s, Front side 242 were the leading exponent of Western european electronic body music. Primarily, the group was …

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DJ Paul

Together with creation partner Juicy J, DJ Paul played a significant role within the South’s rise to prominence inside the once East and Western Coast-dominated rap industry. Behind the duo’s command, Three 6 Mafia increased from an underground sensation in Memphis to some nationally known rap empire, getting themselves an …

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