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Lorn

Lorn (true name Marcos Ortega) can be an electronic maker, composer, and DJ from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Subjected to music young, Ortega made a decision to go after music like a profession route after having been seduced with the dark, hypnotic, and schizophrenic noises from the Aphex Twin traditional “Arrive to …

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Tokimonsta

Tokimonsta calls for her name from “Toki,” the Korean term for rabbit, as well as the hyperbolic hip-hop term “monsta.” Likewise, Tokimonsta makes beats that are beastly plenty of in range to contend with big hitters like Soaring Lotus and Daedelus. Given birth to in the South Bay part of …

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Lazer Sword

Lazer Sword certainly are a San Francisco-based creation duo that combine hip-hop, electro, and dubstep for any quirky sort of dance music that functions equally well in the earphones as it will at the golf club. Created by Antaeus Roy (aka Lando Kal) and Bryant Rutledge (aka Low Limit), Lazer …

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Onra

With an eclectic arsenal of examples and an ear for international sounds, Onra (delivered Arnaud Bernard) is a beatmaker located in Paris, France. Similar to crate-diggers like Madlib and DJ Darkness, aswell as fellow Sinophile countrymen Chinese language Guy, Onra peppers his beats with spectacular noises from Vietnam and India, …

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Ras G

A staple in the LA left-field scene among the founders of Poo-Bah Information and an associate from the Brainfeeder Information clique, Ras G’s innovative beatmaking falls in to the same stony, psychedelic design of instrumental hip-hop as fellow L.A. DJ/companies Madlib and Traveling Lotus. After launching six EPs and four …

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Kutmah

Left-field hip-hop DJ/maker Kutmah (Justin McNulty) was created in Brighton, Britain, but at age 12, he moved — along with his Egyptian mom and Scottish dad — to Hollywood, California. In the first 2000s, he became area of the Los Angeles-based non-profit Internet radio collective Dublab. His abstract productions had …

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Adrian Younge

Composer, arranger, manufacturer, and multi-instrumentalist Adrian Younge — also a film editor, business proprietor, and entertainment laws teacher — moved quickly from sampling information with an MPC to using several instruments. Through the past due ’90s, he performed bass and keyboards within a music group but grew disappointed having to …

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Zavala

Chicago-based Alexander Zavala is most beneficial known for producing moody, complex hip-hop instrumentals drawing from jazz, psychedelic rock, and additional genres, using analog synthesizers and samplers. He also makes immediate, energetic dance paths that are similarly similar to his city’s home scene aswell as U.K. garage area. Zavala (generally billed …

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Free the Robots

A project released in 2003 by producer and DJ Chris Alfaro, Free of charge the Robots is sample-heavy, left-field hip-hop work in the spirit of Soaring Lotus and Daedelus. The task produced its debut in 2005 using the self-released LP Prototype, and Alpha Puppy Information released his sophomore recording, Ctrl …

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Flying Lotus

Experimental digital music producer Soaring Lotus, blessed Steven Ellison, is really a grandson of songwriter Marilyn McLeod (the co-writer of Diana Ross’ “Love Hangover”), and a great-nephew of pianist Alice Coltrane, and for that reason a cousin of saxophonist Ravi Coltrane. Ellison produced beats for the Toon Network’s Adult Swim …

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