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Lovely, sweet, pure, tuneful, atmospheric DnB and another gem from the good looking stable. Seba hails from Sweden and growing up at a time when jungle wasn't at all popular in his country he still managed to find his passion in the new exciting UK sounds. So like many of others he got two turntables and a mixer and taught himself to mix. The next step for many DJs is production and Seba was no exception and started to produce the music he is so passionate about. In 1995 LTJ Bukem heard Seba play and the last track of the set "Sonic Winds" immediately caught his attention. It was later released as the fifth ever release on the then newly started Looking Good Records. The rest, as they say, is history...

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Herbst9 (DE)

Herbst9 is a ritual ambient project from Leipzig, Germany, founded in the Summer of 1997 by Henry Emich and Frank Merten, who are also behind the industrial project Land:Fire.

"H9's music is the darkness from the deep and hidden places of the world made substantial, the inhalations and exhalations of the very earth beneath our feet, and the steam and bile of nature's eruptions;". Read more on . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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Little is known of the vowel-avoiding duo, except they are from Norrköping, Sweden and sometimes perform live. To date, their subtle, benevolent brand of techno has appeared on labels including Semantica, Subsist and Avian, with the latter having released the three full length albums "STRGTHS" (2013), "Linear S Decoded" (2014) and "SsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSs" (2016), as well as several EPs. Their sound is consistently melodic, fuzzy and transcendental. Their essence is spellbinding. It's not without irony that they use titles without vowels: their sound embodies the unseen. The listener is compressed into their black hole of sound. The track titles on STRGTHS are typically scrambled, yet playful, with names such as "RSRRCTN" (Resurre...

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Emptyset (US)

Emptyset is a Bristol based production project formed in 2005 by James Ginzburg, director of the Multiverse studios and network of labels and the curator and electronic artist Paul Purgas. The project explores the legacy of analogue media, integrating aspects of rhythm, signal processing and spatial recording within the framework of minimalist composition. Their work interrogates the perceptual boundaries between noise and music and the potential for both technology and architecture to embed and codify themselves within sound. Through collaborations with visual designers they have extended their work to explore the potential interactions between sound and image, reflecting upon structural film and video techniques and addressing the evol...

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Andrea Parker (UK)

Andrea Parker (not to be confused with the actress of the same name) is a female British techno disc jockey and producer. She is originally from Yalding, Kent, but later moved to London.

Originally playing cello, she soon started producing electronic music and DJing. As a producer, she is known for her warm and emotional sound, often created with vintage synthesizers like Fairlights or ARPs (Kiss my ARP is the title of her album on Mo' Wax). She is also a relatively active remixer, with clients ranging from Ryuichi Sakamoto (Ryuichi Sakamoto) to Depeche Mode to The Orb, and compiled a DJ-Kicks album for Studio !K7. Read more on . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional t...

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