Fundamentally a solo project for Atlanta producer Chris Brann by using DJ cohorts Deep C and Udoh, Wamdue Productions’ recordings provided mostly of the convincing real estate/club fusions which err, if, privately from the dancefloor. Unlike the top community of performers more allied with their headphones when compared to a bassbin, Wamdue productions are easy membership favorites, and even though they record for the firmly mainstream label Firmly Tempo, Wamdue marries intense friendliness obtained from R&B and home towards the tighter rhythms and hard ramifications of Detroit techno. Brann was raised in Atlanta, hearing spirit stalwarts Marvin Gaye and Isaac Hayes aswell as machine maestros like Kraftwerk, Steve Reich and Cabaret Voltaire. In 1994, he installed with two DJ/suppliers, Deep C (b. Chris Clark) and Udoh (b. Chris Udoh). After linking with soulful Detroit techno maker K Hands, Wamdue debuted using the solitary “Higher,” and released singles during 1995 for Peacefrog, Stud!o K7, Like from SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, Jus’ Trax and Multiply — alternately referred to as Wamdue Children, Wambonix and Wamdue Task. The following 12 months, Wamdue Children released a compilation on Stud!o K7 even though later in the entire year, Wamdue Task released an effective full-length bow on Strictly Tempo, Source Toolbox, Vol. 1. Mainly the task of Brann, the recording obtained raves as a genuine smart dancefloor masterpiece. Wamdue Children came back in early 1997 with a complete recording for Peacefrog, as the Task kept in the fever-pitched launch schedule later on that 12 months with Deepfall, also on Peacefrog. The entire year 1998 brought another Task album, System Yourself, for Purely Rhythm.