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Go Genre Everything

Go Genre Everything are complex Sonic Experiment voicing a myriad of enviroments, traversing and exploring function and situation, form, void and meaning. They offer an annual subscription, which provides you with access to their entire digital catalogue of music. http://licensd.com/?p=465 Designed within a utilitarian sensorial intertalk mode, go genre everything form a multidimensional fluidic high energy organic network with mechanical interfacing devices, tenderly electrocuting neurons within human brains.

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Jamie Says

Jamie Says (Jamie Says...) - Initially the solo 4 track lo fi pop of one Kyle Hill, formerly of Leicester band Circa 1983. One home made album was originally available via Circa 1983's old website - The Silver Screen And The Stanley Blade. Clocking in at just over 30 minutes, Kyle's self made record reeked style, short snappy and melodic indie tracks, riffing off everyone from the Joy Division to the Velvet Underground, all done with a freshness and frenetic pace that was both infectious and entertaining.

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Super Fresh Power Squad

Super Fresh Power Squad is an '80s inspired electrofunk / hiphop collective based in Manchester, UK. The Squad are made up of 'The BPG' (synth, talkbox, production), 'Zero-P' (vocals, production), Deadly-D (vocals, synth, production), Papa Mic (vocals) and Chill Will D (turntables and percussion). They claim to originate from Planet 808, around a 'squadillion' miles away and describe their style as 'Intergalactic Spandex Sex Funk'.

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Gary Wilson

Hailing from Endicott, NY, Gary Wilson is an archetypal figure in the "outsider music" movement with other artists like The Shaggs and Jandek as its most notable members. Gary Wilson first came onto the scene in 1977 with "You Think You Really Know Me," which he recorded alone in his parents' basement. Using synthesizers and spinning disturbing tales of obsession with different women, Wilson's record had no effect on the mainstream but its cold detachment and electro-funk aesthetic was a hit with the college radio stations.

Read more about Gary Wilson on Last.fm.

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