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Solvent

Solvent is Toronto post-techno manufacturer Jason Amm, who all produces melodic electronica under that name through his own Suction label, co-founded with friend and label partner Gregory DeRocher (aka Lowfish) in 1997. Traceable to several nonexclusive affects spanning the final 20-odd many years of elecronic music (early electro-pop innovators like …

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The Smoke

More than every other music group, the Smoke epitomized the groove of Swinging London — that was specifically ironic when 1 considers that, on the height of the achievement, they sold even more information in Europe than England. Their audio fell somewhere within mod as well as the Beatles — …

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Steve Kilbey

The lead singer and bassist for Australian psychedelic pop/rockers the Church, Steve Kilbey began a solo career using the 1986 Australian release of Unearthed. In the beginning, his single work was even more experimental and textured compared to the Church’s fairly simple pop. As he continuing to record sporadically like …

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Tristan

Tristan is really a psychedelic trance DJ/manufacturer from Britain whose affiliation with Twisted Information spanned ten years. Delivered Tristan Cooke, he grew thinking about digital dance music whilst travelling throughout Asia; specifically, he spent time in Goa, where he experienced the psychedelic trance seaside parties that the Indian isle is …

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Triple R

Richard Riley Reinhold, recognized to many as Triple R (or RRR), is a main contributing member to Germany’s dance music scene because the ’80s — being a DJ, producer, journalist, and label operator. Reinhold continues to be an ardent supporter of manufacturers from his homeland, but he in addition has …

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Terry Riley

Minimalist pioneer Terry Riley was being among the most groundbreaking composers from the postwar period; famed for his intro of repetition into Traditional western music motifs, he also masterminded early tests in tape loops and hold off systems which remaining an indelible tag around the experimental music stated in his …

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Slapp Happy

Avant-pop cult most favorite Slapp Happy shaped in Hamburg, Germany in 1972; there vocalist Dagmar Krause, a veteran from the folk group the town Preachers, first fulfilled English experimental composer Anthony Moore, who experienced previously issued a set of single LPs, Pieces from your Cloudland Ballroom and Secrets from the …

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Paul Oakenfold

Paul Oakenfold may be the DJ, remixer, and manufacturer who did a lot more than any one else to break home music in Britain through the past due ’80s. During 1987-1988, Oakenfold hosted some crucial membership nights that presented a large number of Brits to accommodate music. Just a couple …

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Amp Fiddler

Joseph “Amp” Fiddler is really a musician who comes with an extensive set of credits that extends across a few years. Fiddler, who creates and sings furthermore to doing the majority of his responsibilities on keyboards, organs, and pianos, provides played on information by Prince, the newest Heavies, Ramsey Lewis, …

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Stephen Brodsky

Although Stephen Brodsky is nationally referred to as the frontman for Cave-In and a complete bassist for Converge, his solo efforts tend to be more of the step toward experimental indie pop than his regular selection of Iron Maiden-influenced metal-core. Released in 1999 through Grimsey and Dopamine Information, Brodsky’s debut …

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