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Tiedye

Tiedye was formed during nights of bikemoshing, slowdancing and wierdsailing. Two guys form the heart of this obscure and obvious formation of what we call the band Tiedye.
From the rocks and waves of the west coast of Sweden Tiedye explores and develops the sounds of dreaming disco, windblowing pop and gruy

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Fuzz Against Junk

There are 2 bands sharing this name: 1. Psychedelic free folk/jazz/rock merchants formed in Bristol 2002, featuring the lysergic sounds of double bass, sax n' flute, sitar, electric noise, super-fuzz, northumbrian bagpipes and vocals straight out of 1969 era Fairport. "The work of Fuzz against Junk has included the techniques of collective improvisation. The tapestry of their music can at first be confusing, for it is the aural equivalent of a constantly agitated kaleidoscope be each instrument freaking-out in ever new ways" -Granville Chesterwick

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Aeroplane

There are several artists known as Aeroplane: 1) Aeroplane / Bio
Aeroplane is a Belgium based Dj – Producers duo named Stephen Fasano and Vito Deluca.
Their music is a mix of psychedelic guitars, pop keys, melancholic waves, disco beats & catchy basslines.
They released their 1st 12" in 2007 "Caramellas/Aeroplane" on Eskimo Recordings.
And they got immediately positive reactions from the biggest DJ's and producers around because of there fresh & different sound.

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Agnelli & Nelson

Agnelli & Nelson, the collective name of Northern Irish pair Chris Agnelli and Robbie Nelson (who also produce under the names Afterburn, Cortez, Green Atlas, A&N Project, and Quincey & Sonance), writers and producers of dance music, are notable for helping to define the genre of Trance music since 1997. Since 1997, Chris Agnelli and Robbie Nelson have been writing and producing dance music, of which their hits El Nino and Everyday have become classics of their genre. They have to date produced five top 30 hits in the United Kingdom, and countless remixes, from Armin van Buuren to U2.

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Bottin

Bottin (Guglielmo Bottin, 1977) is producer, dj and sound designer based in Venice, Italy Take a youth spent against a background of old Italian Giallo soundtracks, some also John Carpenter's film music, add in late 70s Italian disco influences, a touch of free and easy west-coast vibe and a smattering of kitsch. That just about half describes Bottin.

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Korallreven

Korallreven are Marcus Joons and Daniel Tjäder.
It all started on the South Pacific island Samoa some years ago when Marcus was there for a longer vacation and one day, while chillin’ under a coconut tree, got a feeling of how he wanted the pop music of his dreams to be. Spiritual like the local Samoan Catholic church choirs, hypnotic like the breathtaking tropical nature and, overall, a feeling of that you finally had reached to ”the other side”.

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Hatchback

There are two bands with the name Hatchback. Hatchback is Samuel Milton Grawe, Californian native. Using an array of vintage synthesizers, drum machines and a Fender Rhodes electric piano, he creates modern krautrock/neo-disco. His album "Colors of the Sun" just came out on September 1st, 2008. Hatchback was also a band from New Orleans, LA, existing from about 1998 until about 2003. They recorded several times.

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diskJokke

Following the success of Lindstrøm and Prins Thomas comes diskJokke, a.k.a. Joachim Dyrdahl the latest in a string of exciting and innovative artists hailing from the respected Oslo electronica scene. diskJokke was discovered by Oslo-Disco luminary Prins Thomas, who immediately signed three tunes to his Full Pupp label (released on two 12” singles). Almost simultaneously in Germany, M.A.N.D.Y and the Get Physical gang signed diskJokke for five other tunes (spread on two 12” singles) to their new Get Physical sub label, Kindisch.

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