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General Magic

“Unintentional electronica” duo General Magic could very well be the strangest, least stylistically constrained project in the Austrian Mego label’s roster. Produced by label bosses Ramon Bauer and Andi Pieper around once they set up Mego (GM’s cooperation with Peter “Pita” Bauer, “Refrigerator Trax,” was the initial Mego discharge), GM …

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General Midi

General Midi, or Paul Crossman, who also performed beneath the name Liquid, came out from the Bristol club scene, creating a splash when he became resident DJ in the Shimmy Golf club in 1994. His mixture of breakbeat with nu-skool, electronica, home, and hip-hop produced him a favorite take action, …

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Chaos A.D.

Wishing perhaps to range himself from your assortment of his early recordings released by Rephlex, Tom Jenkinson (aka Squarepusher) issued the materials while Chaos A.D. The alias do indeed tag a radically different sound for Jenkinson, mainly hardcore acidity techno within the vein of his one-time label-mate Aphex Twin’s Caustic …

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Denki Groove

Denki Groove (the very first word in Japan means “energy”) became one of the most successful techno/dance rings in Japan in the past due ’90s, with an experimental, sometimes poppy design that earned them enthusiasts above floor and underground, through the graphs to the night clubs. Beginning mainly because something …

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Download

As commercial and industrial-metal made great inroads in the mainstream graphs during the past due ’90s, many early pioneers continued to record with small fanfare but a great deal of creativity, also if the incredible leaps in technology had largely altered their sound because the heyday from the 1980s. Download …

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WestBam

The first choice of Germany’s home and techno scene since his beginning early within the 1980s, Westbam recorded many home/rave crossover hits through the past due ’80s and early ’90s but is renowned for his founding from the Mayday Festival as well as the Like Parade, the last mentioned which …

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Der Dritte Raum

The German trance duo Der Dritte Raum (“THE 3RD Area”) paired DJs Andreas Krueger and Ralf Uhrlandt. Agreed upon to Sven Väth’s Harthouse label, they debuted in 1995 using the EP Elektro Disco, implemented soon after with the full-length Mental Modulator; Wellenbad implemented in 1996, and 3 years afterwards Der …

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Two Lone Swordsmen

After dissolving his Sabres of Heaven project and label, U.K. dance don Andrew Weatherall create the tripartite Emissions label group and released his latest, probably many prodigious musical enterprise, Two Lone Swordsmen. A cooperation with Emissions engineer Keith Tenniswood, 2LS was shaped in early 1996. The group talks the same …

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Lemongrass

Roland Voss, aka Lemongrass, moved through many musical stages before striking his stride being a drum’n’bass/downtempo manufacturer in the past due ’90s. The German-born Voss started acquiring drum lessons in 1974, and used a number of funk and (mainly) jazz ensembles on the remaining decade. Once the ’80s came, Voss …

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Twisted Science

Although Jonathon Tye’s are one-half of MLO has turned mainly on ambient and house, his solo are Twisted Technology has headed for the jagged edge of extremity, exploiting the greater beastly potential of jungle, midtempo breakbeat, and hardcore techno against a wall of piercing noise and distortion. His debut launch, …

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