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Knife Party (US)

Knife Party is the electro house duo founded by Rob Swire and Gareth McGrillen, former members of Australian drum & bass band Pendulum.

To date, they have released four EPs: 100% No Modern Talking, Rage Valley, Haunted House, and Trigger Warning EP. They have also collaborated with Swedish House Mafia on their single, Antidote.

Their debut studio album, Abandon Ship, was released in November of 2014. Abandon Ship saw a deviation in sound from the heavier dubstep sound Knife Party had become known for on their earlier EP's, incorporating elements of more mainstream electro house. Originally scheduled for 27th October, unforeseen circumstances caused the album's release to be pushed back to 24th November. However, an ...

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Kill the Noise (US)

Jake Stanczak, known by his stage names Ewun and Kill the Noise, is a drum and bass, dubstep and house producer from Rochester, New York. He now produces out of Los Angeles, California, United States. He has worked with many artists including Spor, Evol Intent, Infiltrata, The Upbeats and Dieselboy. Ewun has also appeared on many compilation albums.

In 2011, he produced and was featured on the tracks Narcissistic Cannibal (along with Skrillex) and Fuels the Comedy, from Korn's tenth studio album The Path of Totality. Narcissistic Cannibal was released as a single on October 2011, with the album following on December 2011.
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Koan Sound (UK)

KOAN Sound is an electronic music production duo from Bristol, United Kingdom. The duo consists of Will Weeks and Jim Bastow. The name is taken from the word kōan. A track from the Max Out EP is titled "One Hand Clap" - a reference to a well-known kōan with the implied answer of silence, an element used in their music to draw extreme contrast.

The duo cite bands such as Rage Against the Machine and Incubus as early influences. In 2005 the duo began to explore electronic music through artists such as The Prodigy and Noisia. They initially gained recognition as Dubstep producers, with earlier popular tracks including "Akira". Some of the duo's productions, such as "Funk Blaster" and "Sly Fox" draw some jazz influences, as seen i...

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