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Kon

Kon witnessed hip-hop’s advancement in NEW YORK, during family excursions, as well as with his hometown of Boston. He began collecting information as a young child and started DJ’ing in the middle-’80s. In 1996, he fulfilled up with fellow DJ Amir Abdullah; as Kon & Amir, the duo released many …

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Karsten Pflum

Karsten Pflum is a restlessly creative Danish musician who has generated a wide-ranging discography of rhythmically complicated, melodic digital music which rivals that of the greatest artists in Skam or Rephlex, although he hasn’t received quite simply because much recognition. Blessed Jacob Helverskov Madsen, he started creating music beneath the …

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FaltyDL

Drew Lustman’s produces as FaltyDL encompass IDM, drum’n’bass, hardcore techno, home, garage area, and dubstep without taking part in any one of these straight up. Filled with abstractions and abrupt adjustments, nearly all his result was nonetheless designed for energetic dancefloors. THE BRAND NEW York-based maker debuted FaltyDL in 2007 …

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Matthew Margeson

Matthew Margeson is usually a author of film, tv, and gaming music most widely known for his diverse function doing his thing and adventure movies. He got his begin as an associate to composers on video gaming and film pants, so that as a specialized score consultant, arranger, and synth …

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The Impellers

The Impellers’ sound is steeped in the classic heavy funk and soul sounds from the later ’60s and early ’70s, with some Afrobeat and Latin thrown set for good measure. Previously referred to as Ed Meme & the Forms, the ten-piece — “Female” Clair Witcher, Glenn Fallows (aka Ed Meme), …

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Friction

Known for his usage of 3 turntables while DJ’ing, his drum’n’bass produces on brands such Valve, Medical center, and his very own Shogun Sound label, Ed Keeley released his initial 12″ one — “Vital Mass,” as Kinnetix — in 1998. Usually referred to as Friction, the Brighton, Britain indigenous released …

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PG. Lost

Hailing from the town of Norrköping in east Sweden, PG.Shed certainly are a post-rock collective who’ve described their audio seeing that “Swedish Experimental Instrumentalism.” Relatively not the same as the generally swamping, unwavering soundscapes of their post-rock counterparts like this Will Destroy You and Explosions in the Sky, the music …

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Danny Brown

Detroit rapper Danny Dark brown embraced his exclusive hood/hipster character, took full benefit of social networking, and — fueled by his encounters with drug working and medication taking, and a wicked love of life — delivered a few of the most brilliant, vulgar, and side-splitting rhymes of his period. Dark …

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Mandré

Active through the past due ’70s and early ’80s, Mandré was a Motown-supported alias of one-man funk music group Michael Andre Lewis. Before making his helmeted funk hero possible, the Omaha, Nebraska indigenous was a close associate of Pal Miles, caused LaBelle and Johnny Electric guitar Watson, and led the …

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Escort

Through the early 2000s, guitarist/keyboardist Dan Balis and keyboardist Eugene Cho — musicians who fulfilled while going to Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, NY — created and remixed home monitors for the Brique Rogue and Stay True labeling. In June 2006, after choosing to move nearer to home music’s disco root …

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