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Lucy

Lucy, the pseudonym of Italian maker, DJ, and label owner Luca Mortellaro, is becoming synonymous using the explosion from the late-noughties Berlin techno picture. Created in Palermo, Italy, Mortellaro was raised hearing old-school hip-hop and jungle, with age 18, a desire for percussion, drumming, and tempo drew him to Siena, …

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Silent Servant

Silent Servant may be the pseudonym of Californian techno artist Juan Mendez, and using a musical background stretching back again to the middle-’90s; Mendez is normally no stranger towards the techno picture. Originally making as Jasper and working the experimental techno label Cytrax, Mendez befriended Karl O’Connor (Regis) by the …

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Kassem Mosse

One of the most remarkable underground home producers from the later 2000s and early 2010s, Kassem Mosse (given birth to Gunnar Wendel) focuses on spacey, sometimes abstract — and frequently untitled — monitors which are deeply emotive. Located in Leipzig, Germany, he’s carefully from the Mikrodisko and Workshop brands, but …

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Powell

Heading by his surname, London-based producer Oscar Powell documents abrasive, distorted experimental techno that presents a biting love of life and an irreverent attitude toward the conventions of golf club music. He’s affected by ’80s post-punk and commercial (especially acts such as for example Suicide as well as the Fall) …

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Not Waving

Following the end of his solo guitar and laptop outfit Banjo or Freakout in 2012, Italian-born, London-based Alessio Natalizia continued to focus on his task Walls with Sam Willis, but with personal circumstances and musical differences taking their toll, the duo amicably split, and Natalizia focused all his energy on …

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SHXCXCHCXSH

Anonymous and unpronounceable, this faceless duo from Norrköping, Sweden produced a few of the most excellent and forward-thinking techno of the first 2010s. Industrial-tinged and uncompromising, their result was seen as a superb sound style and a mainly self-built sample collection that offered their heavy analog sound a distinctive contact. …

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Shifted

Anonymity is nothing at all new in music, especially in techno, but also for U.K. maker Shifted, it offered as an ideal nom de plume to determine a new identification before eliminating the face mask in 2014. When the 1st Shifted launch, the Drained EP, made an appearance on Luke …

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Low Jack

French digital music manufacturer Philippe Hallais, aka Low Jack port, was raised in a little city in Brittany. Isolated from any music picture, he spent a lot of time as an adolescent on internet discussion boards, where he was subjected to a dizzying selection of formative affects including grime, back …

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Container

The solo guise of multifaceted artist Ren Schofield, Box became among avant-garde electronic label Range Spools’ most intriguing artists. The Nashville, Tennessee maker released his 1st LP — basically entitled LP — on John Elliot’s (Emeralds) curated Editions Mego offshoot label. A mind-warping crunch of consumer electronics, smashed techno loops, …

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Factory Floor

Merging post-punk, industrial, and dance in equally hypnotic and abrasive methods, London’s enigmatic Manufacturer Floor garnered evaluations to greats like Delight Division and Throbbing Gristle immediately after they shaped in 2005. The group’s initial lineup included drummer/vocalist Gabriel Gurnsey, guitarist/percussionist Tag Harris, and keyboardist/bassist/vocalist Dominic Butler. In 2008, Manufacturer Flooring …

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