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Shackleton

Since debuting in 2004 with “Stalker” on Mordant Music, Lancashire, Britain local Sam Shackleton continually developed a fragile-sounding yet densely detailed design of sample-based electronic music that was neither right techno nor dubstep, though those were both styles most regularly assigned to him. From 2005 through 2008, he and fellow …

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Claro Intelecto

Among the central suppliers on Manchester’s IDM-oriented Ai label, Tag Stewart debuted his Claro Intelecto alias in 2003 using the Satisfaction 12″. Both songs from your A-side fared well; the name cut finished up on many year-end DJ lists and “Get in touch with” was included on Ricardo Villalobos’ Taka …

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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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Pär Grindvik

Pär Grindvik is really a Berlin-based Swedish techno DJ/manufacturer who founded the Stockholm LTD label and that has produced songs for other brands besides his personal, including Drumcode and Spectral Audio. His productions on Stockholm LTD, frequently billed to just Grindvik, are the 12″ produces Jewel (2004), Streetlife (2004), Gate …

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Ben Klock

A techno maker who thrives most when working with stripped-down songs shaded with darker hues, Berlin’s Ben Klock debuted in 1998 as Ben E. Time clock having a 12″ by himself short-lived Clockworks label. His moderate beginning continued having a 2000 12″ on WMF, however in 2003 he released a …

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Overmono

English siblings Tom and Ed Russell both had effective careers in digital music before they began collaborating as Overmono — with Tom known for his hard-edged techno as Truss and Ed for his rave-instilled bass are Tessela — although there is a brief period the brothers performed together as the …

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Fjaak

German digital trio Fjaak make traveling, energetic dance paths starting from reflective deep home to storming warehouse techno, with occasional U.K. garage area, dub, and breakbeat hardcore affects. Gritty however sensual, their paths are composed completely on analog tools. Located in Berlin, Felix Wagner, Aaron Röbig, and Kevin Kozicki have …

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Dark Sky

London-based producers and DJs Dark Sky synthesize a reasonably broad spectral range of inspirations, including early drum’n’bass, dubstep, and U.K. garage area. Formed in ’09 2009 at that time university students Carlo Anderson, Matt Benyayer, and Thomas Edwards, Dark Sky’s first releases were dispersed across 2010 and 2011, released on …

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Objekt

Blessed in Tokyo and raised in the U.K., TJ Hertz aka Objekt first found prominence in 2011 using the release of the dubstep-infused white label 12″, Objekt #1. Developing up in Oxford, Hertz’s curiosity about music started young, and with the most common stints in rings, a like of ’90s …

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Benjamin Damage

Originally from Wales yet generally located in Berlin (when he’s not really busy spinning DJ sets around the world), Benjamin Damage is a techno artist with roots in a number of varieties of ’90s dance music, yet an ear for what works in contemporary dancefloors. His monitors more often than …

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