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Ethan Rose

Ethan Rose can be an experimental ambient music producer from Portland, OR, who’s influenced by musiquè concrete and whose interests include music bins and player pianos. Associated with the Chicago-based 3rd party label Locust, Rose produced his full-length record debut in 2006 with Ceiling Tracks. His second full-length record on …

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Andy Stott

Through the latter area of the 2000s, Manchester-based DJ/producer Andy Stott developed from making top quality dub techno to liberating one and more adventurous stress with a strategy that preferred leaden tempos and unsettling, sample-based textures. From 2005, Stott documented specifically for his hometown’s Contemporary Like label, where he quickly …

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SND

Tag Fell and Mat Metal are a couple of Sheffield DJs and music-makers who’ve departed slightly using their city’s template for Uk techno (we.e. Warp Information) to accept the experimental/minimalist wing of Western performers (Oval, Microstoria, Gas) from the Mille Plateaux label. Naming their task after the expansion often utilized …

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Gramm

Jan Jelinek’s productions as Gramm and Farben are a number of the warmest types of what’s usually an extremely cold design of electronic devices: the heavily experimental German dub picture. Located in Berlin, Jelinek debuted with three Farben singles released on Klang Electronik during 1998-1999. After putting your signature on …

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Thomas Brinkmann

Together with Mike Ink, the essential Route collective and Pole, Thomas Brinkmann is among the leaders within the ongoing German-born research of isolationist dub-inspired techno. Though he’s been famed for productions by himself Utmost Ernst label, Brinkmann obtained a name within the experimental and techno community for his full-length remixes …

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Mokira

Among Andreas Tilliander’s many monikers, Mokira showcases the producer’s beat-laden ambient design, which juxtaposes constant rhythms with turbid glitch and hazy static. Tilliander’s 1st recording as Mokira, Cliphop (2000), received him very much acclaim and a documenting agreement with Mille Plateaux, for whom he documented his follow-up, Plee (2002). Furthermore, …

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Uusitalo

After releasing the techno-dub album Entain in early 2000 and some records beneath the moniker Luomo throughout 2000, Vladislav Hold off released a full-length album beneath the name Uusitalo. Entitled Vapaa Muurari, this assortment of techno-dub is certainly aesthetically much like Entain and appears like a assortment of outtakes and …

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Mike Shannon

Mike Shannon began his techno profession within the Toronto area like a DJ before eventually moving to Montreal, where he flourished like a producer through the early 2000s. Shannon was raised in Kitchener, Ontario, and started DJing at age group 12 when his dad bought him his 1st mixer. Periodic …

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Mikael Stavöstrand

Though perhaps a little unrecognized towards the global music community, Stockholm’s Mikael Stavöstand played a significant function in Scandinavia’s experimental digital music scene through the later ’90s and early 2000s as not just a prolific artist but additionally as a meeting organizer, sound installation artist, and label supervisor. After having …

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Rhythm & Sound

One of the anonymous projects from the mysterious Berlin dub-techno duo Moritz Von Oswald and Tag Ernestus, Tempo & Audio released some 10″ information on Burial Blend and 12″ information on Tempo & Audio, both labels written by Hardwax. Von Oswald and Ernestus’ Tempo & Audio recordings are a lot …

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