techno

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Nick Muir

Nick Muir is an electronic music producer. He is most well known as the duo Bedrock, which consists of himself and John Digweed. Together they created several singles which made the UK charts including "Heaven Scent" and "Voices". They also produced the music for Stark Raving Mad and Spider-Man: The Animated Series. He has also done remix for labels such as Hi Life Recordings. Muir also worked with Jon Gray as Fatliners, where they released several singles on DJ Hyper's Kilowatt Recordings and as a member of The Men They Couldn't Hang.

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Furesshu

Furesshu; pronounced fu. rea. shu Originally from Brighton, but now living in Bristol. The music is about finding the balance between sounding 'deep' and being able to work on a dance-floor. Heavily inspired by the Bristol Dubstep scene and Techno sub genres, but foremost any music which has a more emotive, subtle and progressive sound. http://www.myspace.com/furesshubeats

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Stacey Pullen

Stacey Pullen is an American techno musician based out of Detroit. Pullen was raised in Detroit, where he became interested in electronic music early in his life. He began working on the Detroit techno scene in 1990, studying with Derrick May and working with him on business ventures. He used the aliases Bango, Kosmik Messenger, X-Stacy and Silent Phase. Pullen's incorporation of house and garage with techno has been cited as an influence on later electronic artists.

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Henry & Louis

Henry and Louis… Louis’ (a.k.a. Andy Scholes) love for Roots music started in 1981 when he became a part of the legendary Bristol sound 'Red Eye Hi Power' along side Saul Hooper (King Solomom) and Kev Rogers (Farmer G/ Whitelion). Live sound was the basis of Louis’ musical education. In 1988 Louis met Henry (Jack Lundie) with a background in studio production. Keeping true to Roots wisdom they used the old recording ways of Tubby’s and the world opened up for the duo.

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Chris Liberator

Chris Liberator rails against the corporate mentality pervading modern dance music - a stance that can be traced back to his anarcho-punk background. So now, even though he plays the odd techno club, he’s still happiest playing at squat parties. He’s the self-styled champion of the free party scene or the squat party, where anyone attends and anything goes. he’s formed a plethora of labels, including Cluster and Stay Up Forever, and released hundreds of records, including two very successful F***ing Aving It compilations.

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GusGus

GusGus, Iceland's leading techno-/soul band saw the light of day for the first time in 1995, during a break in the making of the shortcut "Pleasure". Initially GusGus was as a multimedia collective that combined sexually tinged dance music with visual arts and shorts made by the group's members. A self-titled debut album appeared on their Kjól & Anderson imprint in conjunction with the screening of "Pleasure" and immediately caused a buzz on the scene in their native land.

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They Live

There are THREE bands by this name. 1) Joe Seven and Consequence
2) Hardcore band
3) Fast hardcore band from Buffalo
4) Norwegian Doom band 1) A collaboration between Joe Seven and Consequence. Their debut album is due out in March 2011 on Exit Records, titled Cancel Standard. A single, Pure Palms / Don't Know What To Say, was released in Feburary 2011 on Autonomic. 2) Drawing influence from 80's goth bands like The Cure and Joy Division...

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Bluetree

Worship. Rock. Techno(logy). Three words that don’t seem to fit very easily into the same sentence. Its just as well we aren’t confined to sentences. The music of Bluetree is an experience. This experience may well be loud, bold and energetic. It may also be soft and so quiet you can hear the heart beat of the person beside you . You may be blown away by the powerful thud of the kick drum or the hypnotic wail of the electric guitars.

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