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East India Youth (UK)

East India Youth is William Doyle, a multi-instrumentalist from Bournemouth, who cut his teeth in an indie group called Doyle & The Fourfathers when he was 17 while living in Southampton. Their demo was rinsed by Marc Riley on BBC 6 Music and they completed a couple of tours with the Undertones; later, he moved for family reasons to Ruislip in northwest-London. He then named himself East India Youth after the location of his flat in London’s Docklands.

The recording of Total Strife Forever started in 2010. In February 2013, Dripping Down was promoted by Stolen Recordings. After meeting John Doran, founder of The Quietus in 2012, the Hostel EP was released on the publication's newly created label, The Quietus Phonographic Corpo...

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Jaakko Eino Kalevi (FI)

Jaakko Eino Kalevi is an electronic musician from Tiituspohja, Finland.

Born and raised in the central Finnish lakeland city of Jyväskylä, Jaakko’s musical journey began in the mid-’90s when, aged 11 or 12, he discovered the progressive metal of US rockers Dream Theater, whose riffs he and a pal would play on guitar. Hip-hop came next and Jaakko learned to make beats using Fruity Loops and a sampler. There followed passionate investigations into reggae, disco, techno and whatever else his friends or the internet happened to introduce to him.

After several EPs and a 2011 album called Modern Life, Jaakko signed to Weird World / Domino to release the Dreamzone EP. Read more on...

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