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HipGnosis

There is more than one artist using the name HipGnosis: 1. HipGnosis is a US electronic music producer, Eric Young. With several releases under his belt, he creates psychedelic music similar in style to artists such as Flying Lotus, Hudson Mohawke, Burial, Harmonic 313, Machine Drum, and others. Owing to both a sample-based and synthesis-based creation method, HipGnosis achieves a balance between organic sounds and processed digitalia, remaining ever smooth in the process.

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Kettel

Kettel is Reimer Eising (born 1982), a self-described "elixir-brewing, camping-loving and musicmaking sorcerer-to-be." He is well-known for his playful, spontaneous melodies and organic folk sounds similar to Aphex Twin, Jega, and Plaid. Kettel has frequently performed live in his home country of the Netherlands, including at the Virus festival in Eindhoven, the Dutch Electronic Arts Festival in Rotterdam, and at Eurosonic and Noorderzon in his home town of Groningen. He has also collaborated on several projects of various remixes and compilations on his many record labels.

Read more about Kettel on Last.fm.

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Ommm

There are multiple bands named Ommm. 1) Home-baked electro-lo-fi never sounded so sweet as in the hands of OMMM. The artist they call OMMM spent much of 2005 playing live in the UK and Germany, and touring Japan with OVE-NAXX and Planet Mu's dDAMAGE. He's played live with LUKE VIBERT, CEEPHAX ACID CREW, DAT POLITICS, HRVATSKI, DONNA SUMMER and many more, and collaborated live with DJ SCOTCH EGG. OMMM's debut album on ADAADAT won radio play from Radio 1 DJs John Peel, Rob Da Bank and Mary Anne Hobbs, as well as being played on Radio 3 and Resonance FM.

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Monolake

Monolake was formed in 1995 as the duo of Gerhard Behles and Robert Henke, although on later albums the group consisted of Henke alone, with Behles focusing his time on running the Ableton software company. Their sound can generally be described as minimal techno filled with nice touch of fine tech dub, although the 1999 Gobi. The Desert EP, which contains a single 37-minute atmospheric piece, is a notable exception. Monolake first released an album and several 12"s on Berlin's Chain Reaction label, then on Monolake/Imbalance Computer Music, which is operated by Robert Henke.

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