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The Mighty Bop

The person behind such productions because the Mighty Bop (downtempo hip-hop), Bob Sinclar (house), and Réminiscence Quartet (acid jazz) is Chris the French Kiss (aka Christophe le Friant), a Parisian DJ and head of the key French label Yellow Productions and a producer. Le Friant started DJing in 1987 while …

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Nickodemus

NY City-based DJ/producer Nickodemus produced a name for himself because the resident DJ from the long-running Turntables over the Hudson club evening, and he also released many productions over time, especially the full-length record Endangered Types (2006). His musical design is normally wide-ranging, incorporating all varieties of funky music, from …

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Neotropic

Perhaps one of the most prominent of an evergrowing population of females composers employed in post-techno experimental consumer electronics, Riz Maslen’s are Neotropic and Little Fish with Backbone combines ambient, dub, and electro with shards of home, hip-hop, and drum’n’bass. Although she’s released nowhere close to the quantity of materials …

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R.O.C.

Although formed in London in 1983, the digital trio R.O.C. proceeded to go generally unknown for over ten years as article writer/programmer Patrick Nicholson (who shaped the group alongside guitarist Fred Browning) centered on his are tour promoter for Uk acts executing in Eastern European countries. Only using the 1993 …

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Rae & Christian

Rae & Christian emerged in the past due ’90s like a successor towards the decade’s many stellar Uk production groups, updating the affluent urban grooves of Spirit II Spirit and Massive Assault with a little more emphasis on basic hip-hop. The duo of Tag Rae and Steve Christian, frequently helped …

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Lunascape

Kyoko Baertsoen and Walter Hilhorst met in the first ’90s at college or university in their local Belgium. They started focusing on music beneath the moniker Calyx, but from the past due ’90s that were transformed to Lunascape in order to avoid misunderstandings having a London-based drum’n’bass creation group of …

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Julien Jacob

b. Benin. Singer-songwriter, novelist and poet Julien Jacob was created in the western African condition of Benin but was raised within the south of France. He dipped his feet in to the music picture between the past due 70s and early 80s as an associate of regional pop rock-band Anaphase …

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Röyksopp

Norwegian duo Röyksopp paid out for the chilly climes of the native Tromsø by causing a number of the warmest, many welcoming downbeat electronica from the 21st century, exemplified by early tracks like “Eple” and “Poor Leno.” The set, Torbjørn Brundtland and Svein Berge, both was raised in Tromsø and …

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Mark Farina

Known primarily for his downtempo method of mixing jazz, home, and hip-hop — a method he dubbed “mushrooom jazz” — DJ and producer Tag Farina played a significant role within the building of San Francisco’s home music scene. Originally from Chicago, Farina began DJ’ing at age 15, greatly motivated by …

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The Dining Rooms

Stefano Ghittoni and Cesare Malfatti form the Milan-based downbeat group the Eating Rooms. Both arrived old playing for several bands within the city’s alternate/punk picture before switching to producer-based trip-hop as well as the breezy up to date lounge from the Eating Areas. The duo’s 1st full-length, Subterranean Contemporary, made …

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