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James Leyland Kirby

A maker from Stockport, Britain who cranked away experimental produces at a seemingly inexhaustible price, Leyland Wayne Kirby was behind V/Vm, whose produces ranged from manipulations of pigs feeding to copyright-abusing manipulations of pop music, including a drastically misshapen edition of Chris DeBurgh’s “Woman in Crimson,” that was featured as …

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In league with plunderphonic pirates and dancefloor punks like Share, Hausen & Walkman, Child-606, and DJ Olive, Manchester’s V/Vm (“volume versus mass”) crew brought a well-needed boot towards the backside from the increasingly humorless dance scene from the past due ’90s, polarized using one side by mindless club trance and …

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