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Oneohtrix Point Never

Among Brooklyn-based experimental musician Daniel Lopatin’s many tasks, Oneohtrix (pronounced “one-oh-tricks”) Stage Never encompasses streaming consumer electronics that evoke Tangerine Fantasy; ambient drones and excursions into sound, and forays into daring sampling. Developing up, he was motivated with the synth noises of Mahavishnu Orchestra and Stevie Question in his father’s …

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Emika

Bewitching, atmospheric melodies and glitchy electronic beats constitute the music of electronic designer Emika. After developing up in Bristol, U.K. and finding a music technology level in Shower, she procured an internship in the offices from the London label Ninja Melody, where she worked well for per month. She after …

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Anthony Valadez

Anthony Valadez’s love for an eclectic selection of music was fostered by hearing KCRW, a general public radio station predicated on the campus of Santa Monica University. Elevated in the San Fernando Valley, he ultimately experienced DJ’ing at night clubs and later got radio gigs at California Condition College or …

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Horisont

Though their sound comes straight from the spacy prog and proto-metal from the ’70s, Swedish band Horisont formed in 2006. Made up of vocalist Axel Söderberg, guitarists Charles Vehicle Loo and Kristofer Möller, bassist Magnus Delborg, and drummer Pontus Jordan, the music group conjures the noises of rock and roll …

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The Crêpes

By all accounts, 2008 was fairly busy 12 months for Studio’s Dan Lissvik — furthermore to focusing on numerous remixes, his creation credits included Used by Trees and shrubs’ sophomore album, East of Eden, and Lake Heartbeat’s debut, Rely upon Numbers. Regardless of all of this, Lissvik were able to …

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Dum Dum Boys

Dum Dum Kids are a rock and roll & roll music group who shaped in the town of Nice within the People from france Riviera in the mid-’80s. Influenced by the natural sounds of rings just like the Suicide, the Velvet Underground, as well as the Stooges, their name originates …

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Emancipator

Emancipator may be the stage name of Doug Appling, a Portland-based downtempo electronic music manufacturer and multi-instrumentalist whose self-released recordings and extensive touring timetable, often including music celebrations, have got gained him a global group of fans. Emancipator’s debut record Soon IT’LL BE Cold A sufficient amount of, a wintry …

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Dino Sabatini

Delivered in Italy but located in Berlin, Dino Sabatini produces pulsating, hypnotic techno that seems too busy and alive to become tagged “minimal.” His intensely atmospheric monitors are motivated by mythology and historic wisdom, plus they bring sort of ritualistic experience to 21st hundred years club noises. Sabatini initial became …

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Beaches

The neo-psych indie rock group Seashores were formed in Melbourne, Australia and released their first LP in 2008 for Mistletone Information. Antonia Sellbach (acoustic guitar/vocals), Alison Bolger (acoustic guitar/vocals), Ali McCann (acoustic guitar/vocals), Gill Tucker (bass/vocals), and Karla Method (drums/vocals) draw motivation from ’60s psych pop, ’90s shoegaze, Soaring Nun …

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Nosaj Thing

Los Angeles maker Nosaj Factor crafts stately, ethereal, synth-based instrumental hip-hop, with influences that range between Planks of Canada and DJ Darkness to Danny Elfman and Erik Satie. An L.A. indigenous, Thing was influenced young from the hip-hop r / c the bus drivers would play on his method to …

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