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Kids of 88

Kids of 88 are a Psychedelic New Wave duo from Auckland, New Zealand signed to independent label Dryden Street. Formed in 2008 by friends of ten years Jordan Arts and Sam McCarthy, Kids of 88 are best known for their single My House which reached number one on the RIANZ charts. Their new single, Just A Little Bit, debuted at #13 on the chart. They released their first album entitled "Sugarpills" on August 16, 2010.

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Roberto Rodriguez

There are at least two artists named Roberto Rodriguez: 1. A Finnish deep house techno artist. 2. A Jewish Cuban musician with several releases on John Zorn's Tzadik label. The techno artist named Roberto Rodriguez was born in Helsinki 1975.
Started making music in 1987 with his Commodore Amiga 500. Inspired by the "new" crazy music called "Acid House". Started Deejaying in 1992 by playing in various warehouse partys. By 1994 he had become a master of the four-track "tracker" software Pro-Tracker.

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Moon Boots

Moon Boots entered the world in the mid-1980s via Cape Canaveral. After years of service as the preferred footwear of celebrity astronauts (notably Tom Hanks), Moon Boots came to life during a classified experiment aboard the International Space Station. Little is known of what actually transpired aboard the shuttle, but in short, Moon Boots became a sentient creature, equipped with reason, intuition, and groove.

Read more about Moon Boots on Last.fm.

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Hector Moralez

Now in San Francisco, Moralez began playing records at Rebecca's weekly at The Top, as well as at Liquid, and other DJ bars. It wasn't long before he got his own residency on Fridays at The Top, playing alongside Buck, Miguel Migs, Lance Desardi, J.T. Donaldson, Wally Callerio, Joeski, Onionz, the Idjut Boys, Joshua Iz, Solar, Mark E. Quark, John Howard, Simon DK, Steve Loria, Jeno, Tony, Gene Farris, Mark Ambrose, Pepe Bradock, Alexi Delano, Evil Eddie Richards, Gemini, and many other renown producers.

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Fort Romeau

Michael 'Mikey' Norris (Keyboard) is a London-based musician and is one of two keyboard players that support La Roux on their tours and live dates. A native of the Chester area in Cheshire, Norris studied music at university, joining La Roux shortly after graduating from a music degree. Mike Norris released his debut album under the moniker Fort Romeau, titled Kingdoms, in 2012 on the 100% Silk record label.
Debut LP 'Kingdoms' out via 100% Silk

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Eleven:Eleven

Defined by alternate beams of light and dark, Eleven:Eleven balances the celestial voice of Sicca with J.Childs’ grounded production. Together, the illustrious pair tinkers with genres such as ElectroDisco, Synth pop and indie dance, ultimately rising above the distinctions to create a magnetism of its own. Eleven:Eleven’s soundscape reveals deep, arpeggiated beats skillfully charmed by Sicca’s provocative lyrics. The end result is retro and avante-garde, classic and futuristic.

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