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Bob James

Bob James (born December 25, 1939) is a two-time Grammy Award-winning jazz keyboardist. Though he has recorded a couple of straight jazz albums, most of his recordings contain "pop-jazz" which is a type of instrumental pop music. Bob James was an important figure in turning 1970s fusion jazz more commercial. For their album One on One, Earl Klugh and Bob James received a Grammy award for Best Pop Instrumental Performance of 1981.

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The boy with the dot in his name and the dubby background, started to play records in
the early 90s far in the darkest reaches of the ruff'n'tuff Harz mountains, in former East Germany. This little country bumpkin practiced dilingently every night by candlelight at his aunt's farm.
1994. Phon.o cites the hay in the barn, the dirt in the fields and the sheep form calling him from beyond the hills as strong early influences of his deep and dirty style. In these times he got his first turntables and used every free hour to practise in his hidden secret cottage.

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Sam Atkins a.k.a Atki2 is a 27 year old Dubstep producer from Bristol. He has been developing his twisted vision of grime and dubstep styles through his various releases on Werk Discs and Shadetek Records. He also records as one half of Monkey Steak with partner in crime Hanuman, the two of them having produced a split EP with Parasite for Death$ucker Records, and again for Werk Discs. Discography: as Atki2:

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Dawn of Midi

Buy Dysnomia: iTunes: Amazon: Amazon mp3: --------- " Something totally unprecedented " - Pitchfork " Sounds like something completely different " - NPR " Cannot urge you more strongly: go see Dawn of Midi " - Sasha Frere-Jones, The New Yorker " An unplugged translation of contemporary electronica...state-of-the-art. " - Time Out NY " Seriously never seen anything like these guys " - Jad Abumrad, Radiolab

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Junior Murvin

Junior Murvin (born Murvin Smith Jr. in Port Antonio, circa 1949) is a Jamaican reggae artist. He is best known for the classic single "Police and Thieves", produced by Lee "Scratch" Perry in 1976. Murvin's soaring voice and the infectious rhythm made "Police and Thieves" into an international hit during the summer of 1976. The song was so influential that it was recorded by the punk rock pioneers The Clash on their debut album the following year.

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DVNT started DJing in 2003, and is currently based in London, UK. He has held residencies at T-Dance, Greenpeace Lincoln, and Eclectic Beats, as well as weekly residencies at The Attic and Bar Ingo in Lincoln. He has guested on the Butane Pick & Mix show on the award-winning nuskoolbreaks web radio station, and in the Summer of 2007 played at his first festival, Hamswell Festival, just outside of Bath. In 2009 he's had mixes aired on Resonance FM and Pointblank FM.

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