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Friday, October 07, 2016

Flavor of the Week #41

( ;D --> Coming from the Rave scene in Lyon in the early 90's, Umwelt made his first victims on the dancefloor of numerous warehouses in France. In 1997, he releases his first productions. Combination of analogue rhythms and sounds, his music creates gloomy and electric atmosphere propelling the listeners into abyssal worlds.)
Days Of Dissent
Non Conformity
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Carl Finlow / Random Factor / Silicon Scally
( ;D --> Carl has been writing and recording music since 1986 but his first real record involvement was co writing and producing Moments of Inertia by Circle City on Warp in 1993. After a year or so working with Leeds indie band The Bridewells and culminating in an album with them recorded in Roxy Music's studio, he settled down into writing and producing dance music. In 1994 he and DJ Ralph Lawson set up 2020 Vision Records, producing deep house flavours of their own as Wolf and Flow and under his own solo guise of Random Factor, remixing artists from around the globe including Blaze, Josh Wink, Superman Lovers and Fatboy Slim. His solo work is heavily electro tinted, reflective of the Kraftwerk era but owing as much to the likes of Drexciya, Prince, Depeche Mode and Yello. During the mid 90s he teamed up with SCSI founder Daz Quayle and wrote under the name Scarletron and also as Black Labs with two releases on Thomas Heckmann's Trope Recordings around 1995. Working under the names of Random Factor (2020 Vision) Voice Stealer (Subvert) and more recently Silicon Scally (SCSI, Satamile) he has released music on labels including Warp, Fuel, Playhouse, Paper, Trope, Sony, Klang, Arista, Soma, Pagan and Minifunk. He is also a keen remixer in his own right, having reworked tracks by 2 Lone Swordsman, Luke Slater, Swayzak, Dave Tipper and Alexi Delano. 2002 saw the release of the critically acclaimed Mr. Machine album on SCSI recordings. In 2003 the combined EP's on Device Entertainment Recordings were released as the album Electrilogy+ under his real name, Carl A Finlow. Shortly after this release, he moved to Paris.)
The Lure Of Perfection
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( ;D --> Coil was an English cross-genre, experimental music group formed in 1982 by John Balance—later credited as "Jhonn Balance"—and his life partner and collaborator Peter Christopherson, aka "Sleazy".[1] The duo worked together on a series of releases before Balance chose the name Coil, which he claimed to be inspired by the omnipresence of the coil's shape in nature. Today, Coil remains one of the most influential and best-known industrial music groups.)
The New Backwards
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Amper Clap
( ;D --> Spanish DJ and producer. Electronic music lover since forever, in 1999 he started DJ, strongly driven by the scene breaks the moment. In 2005 he entered the world of essences combining trance production with breaks. Currently, not forgetting its inception and underground sound, their productions beyond, working with great dedication to projects Breaks, Techno, Electro with surround sounds, melodic, progressive and abstract that can reach wrap. With influences as Mr. Oizo, Dark Globe, Simply Jeff, Überzone, Mike Oldfield, Jean Michel Jarre, Kraftwerk. Since very little felt weakness for abstract electronic sound, harmonies and melodies enveloping dark sounds etc ... Currently, including its early underground sound and beyond productions, working with great dedication to projects Breaks, House, Techno, Progressive, Electro with surround sounds, melodic, progressive and abstract that can reach wrap.)
Drop The Bot
S & K Show (Amper Clap Remix)
Red Moon
Planet Live
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Blank and Jones
( ;D --> Blank & Jones have been hugely important in the history of electronic music. They started in 1997 with their debut "Sunrise" and were one of the main originators of trance music with artists like Tiesto and Paul Oakenfold. During their carrer they never knew any musical boundaries and worked with famous pop stars like Robert Smith (The Cure), Bernard sumner (New Order), Sarah Mc Lachlan, Pet Shop Boys and Keane to name just a few.Their sound evolved with the years and so did their Worldwide success.To date they released 11 artist albums, which all charted in the sales charts and cover such various styles like Electronica, Ambient, Lounge, Pop, Trance and Dance Music. Their great variety is also proved by the highly acclaimed compilations like "so8os [so eighties]" which pays tribute to the original club mixes of the 80s or "Milchbar" and "Chilltronica" where they bring the listener new soundscapes of downbeat music.)
Dona Nobis Pacem
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Over And Out

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