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Klartraum

Klartraum is a co-operation of Helmut Ebritsch and Nadja Lind. Manifesto
we are here to bring you something from consciousness - dreamphase induced minimal grooves :) brain wave stimulation
deeper consciousness float
astral music revelations
reperfection of imperfection
stellar interconnection beats
parallel awareness streams
hypnotic groove yoga http://www.klartraum.name the new klartraum ep will be released on their own label lucidflow at the 27.7.2009

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Backbeat

There are at least 3 artists with the name Backbeat: 1) A band put together to record music for the film of the same name (about The Beatles' early days in Hamburg. This band consisted of Dave Pirner (vocals), Greg Dulli (vocals), Thurston Moore (guitar), Don Fleming (guitar), Mike Mills (bass guitar) and Dave Grohl (drums) 2) A British percussion quartet active since 1995, who have worked with artists such as Sanju Sahai and Shonosuke Okura. They are also a chamber music ensemble-in-residence at the Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester.

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Slynk

Evan Chandler
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Slynk (born 1986) has musical roots that run deep. Before he’d left school he was addicted to music and teaching himself how to produce funky joints in his bedroom. In 2004 he was given his first pair of decks as a gift which spurred a strong addiction to vinyl. He scored his first residency in his hometown Brisbane, Australia 2006 djing every Friday night at a New York style café underground. This is where he stayed for close to 2 years experimenting and refining his skills.

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Bomb the Bass

Bomb The Bass (formed 1987, in London, England) is the umbrella title for the output of British musician and DJ, Tim Simenon. The band, which has evolved its style over the years, has been classed as or . Bomb the Bass was the creation of the British musician Tim Simenon. His first single "Beat Dis" from the album "Into The Dragon" was a number two hit in the and was one of the first songs to introduce the mainstream to sampling culture (along with songs by Paul Hardcastle, M/A/R/R/S and S'Express).

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Bentley Rhythm Ace

Bentley Rhythm Ace (BRA) is a band formed in birmingham, england in the late 1990s, by former members of the band Pop Will Eat Itself, with guest appearances by Milf, a member of indie band EMF. Their self-titled debut ('Bentley Rhythm Ace') was released in 1997 and spawned the hugely popular single 'Bentley's Gonna Sort You Out'. A second album, 'For Your Ears Only', was released in 2000 but was less popular. A further single 'Madam, Your Carriage Awaits' was released.

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Stretch & Vern

Stretch & Vern are London based producers Stuart Silvester & Julian Peake. Now into their 16th year as a production team, the duo continue to release dance music that penetrates both the commercial charts and underground clubs.
Currently signed to Ministry of Sound, their breakthrough 1996 worldwide hit 'I'm Alive' has just been released with new mixes from the likes of Tom Starr, Louis La Roche & Jordy Licious. Radio support from Pete Tong, Annie Mac & Annie Nightingale has ensured exposure to a new generation of clubber for this dance classic.

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access

Producer/Composer Daisuke Asakura (浅倉大介) and Vocalist Hiroyuki Takami (貴水博之) (real name Hiroyuki Fukuda) formed access in 1992. They released three orginal albums (Fast Access, Access II, and Delicate Planet) under the record label "BMG FUNHOUSE" before disbanding in 1995. Before access, Takami appeared on Asakura's album "D-Trick" performing the songs "1000 Nen no Chigai", "Toy Box in the Morning", and "Cosmic Runaway" (which later would be known as Daisuke Asakura PRED. AXS - Cosmic Runaway).

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Sniper

There are 7 Bands/artists called "Sniper":

1)Sniper is a French band composed of four sons of immigrants from the suburbs of Paris. The band was formed in 1997 under the name Personnalité Suspecte, but changed its name later. Many of the group's songs handle very political themes, such as the Israeli occupation of Palestine in Jeteur de pierre and a perceived injustice in the French political system in La France.

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