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I:Cube

French techno/home producer We:Cube (aka Nicholas Chaix), along with such performers as Surroundings, Motorbass, and Daft Punk, was perhaps one of the most hyped underground acts in Paris’ resurging dance picture during 1996-97 (using the difference that, rather than the industry, it had been those performers doing the hyping). Very …

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Echostream

Inspired by a number of the more cutting-edge rings that successfully merged electronics with rock and roll in the past due ’90s (specifically Radiohead, 9 Inch Claws, and Björk), in 1997 both key members of Echostream befriended one another while participating in the Royal Academy of Music in London. Both …

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Wax Tailor

The trip-hop performance moniker of 1 Jean-Christophe Le Saoût, Wax Tailor first emerged in the French electronica scene in 2004 (using the EP release Lost just how), but didn’t release his debut album until 2006. That debut, Stories of the Neglected Melodies, was popular both in France and in america, …

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Hint

b. Jonathan Wayne, 1981, Britain. Sussex, England-based musician Hint’s debut recording, released in 2003, apparently produced its name from the area and circumstance where it was documented. Portakabin Fever’s beguiling juxtaposition of hip-hop, funk, electronica, folk and spirit was incubated and documented in a cellular home by Wayne using his …

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Danny Saber

Los Angeles citizen Danny Saber isn’t only known for his years using electric guitar and bass using the Manchester, England-based Dark Grape — he’s also known for his abilities as a manufacturer, remixer, engineer, and DJ, and spent some time working with more information on major performers which range from …

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Hexstatic

Though they’re most widely known in the music world as the award-winning visual arm of audio cut-and-paste professionals Coldcut, Hexstatic (previously Hex) has divided the barriers between music, multimedia, and computers since they created the initial computer-generated pop video (Coldcut’s Christmas Break) in 1990. Graphical design performers Robert Pepperell and …

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Witchman

Oft weighed against gloomy breakbeat industrialists Scorn and Techno Pet, the dubbed up drum’n’bass of Witchman has seeing that much in keeping with jungle paranoids Nico and Ed Hurry as well as the gothic techno of Disjecta and Meat Defeat Manifesto. Combining large, space-filling drum sequences — alternately divide- and …

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Dan the Automator

Dan “The Automator” Nakamura is a San Francisco-based hip-hop manufacturer whose use “Kool” Keith Thornton for the latter’s Dr. Octagon task shot him to improbable acclaim in 1996. With some ever more sophisticated conceptual projects since that time, Nakamura’s wildly imaginative productions and offbeat love of life made him among …

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DJ Vadim

Hip-hop’s influence pass on all over through the ’80s, seeing that witnessed with the growth from the international picture through the following 10 years. Standing beside excellent DJs from Japan (Krush) and France (Cam), Russia’s DJ Vadim provides became typically the most popular advocate of hip-hop to emerge from the …

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Mako

Los Angeles-based electronic duo Mako help to make passionate, melodic, high-energy dance-oriented music. Shaped in 2011, Mako feature the skills of Juilliard-trained composer Alex Seaver and DJ Logan Light. Before becoming a member of forces, Light got opened for performers including Tiësto and Avicii, even though Seaver got embarked upon …

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