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F.O.O.L is a Swedish electronic music duo composed Rasmus Hermansen and Oliver Nilsson . The group name is not hiding behind the emotions, but rather behind an acronym meaning "Fuck Our Ordinary Lives". The Productions started in 2009 in Eskilstuna, Sweden.
Their first release, the "Diamonds Ashy Lungs EP", came out in late 2009 and was distributed free on their MySpace.
Early Discography (2010):
Their first original release to appear on beatport, was the "Berserkergang" EP featuring A Girl & A Gun, a vocalist that had already worked with loads of other artists. The EP came out on MMAN Recordings in August 2010 and it already had a major remix line-up with big names...
Following up their sophomore LP Tracer from August 2012, Teengirl Fantasy put out their newest EP "Nun" in November 2013 as a teaser to their 3rd album set to drop later in 2014. The EP did not feature any vocalists as some of their past works have. Consisting of four tracks, Nun showcased their ability to mix different genres while staying true to their original free-form sound. The EP is reminiscent of Teengirl Fantasy's earlier works while stepping into new territory and giving insight into where their sound is heading for their forthcoming third full-length.
While students at Oberlin College, Nick Weiss and Logan Takahashi connected over a shared love of classic house and techno records that prompted them to make, "some kind o...
Several artists share the name Rechord.
1) Rechord is none other than the multi-talented Andreas Tilliander, returning with a full length for Audio.nl under his Rechord guise after genre-defining work for Raster-Noton and Mille Plateaux as both Mokira and, well, himself. Where those musical identities involved themselves with the invention of "clip-hop" -- a deconstruction and redefinition of more blinging commercial sources of inspiration -- here, Andreas concerns himself with all things dub and scape.
2) The name of Joakim Alfvén's DJ-project. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.