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The Egyptian Lover (US)
Acid Arab (FR)
Guy Andrews (UK)
Cm Von Hausswolff
France Jobin (CA)
Empty Taxi (FR)
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The Egyptian Lover started out as a D.J. in Lafayette, Louisiana then moved to Los Angeles and started promoting dance events with Unique Dreams Entertainment, which would later change its name in 1983 to Uncle Jamm's Army. Together, they would hold early hip-hop dance parties at the L.A. Sports Arena and in Torrance with over 10,000 people. The Egyptian Lover's first recording was in 1983 as a member of the The Radio Crew, and then later that year he contributed to "Dial-A-Freak" which was released by Uncle Jamm's Army. The Egyptian Lover released his debut solo single and club hit "Egypt, Egypt" the following year, in 1984. This release was followed by more dance and local club hits, such as "And My Beat Goes Boom", "What Is a DJ If H...
Guido Minisky and Hervé Carvalho are Acid Arab. The basic idea behind the Parisian duo's project is to weld a loose network of Eastern influences—strings, percussion and Arabic melodies—to the framework of house and techno. In their own words, the project first started "as a concept, then a Facebook group, then a party, then (almost) a genre, then it was us."
In 2013 Versatile Records released the first Acid Arab EP, a various artists 12-inch that featured one track from Minisky and Carvalho (as Acid Arab) alongside productions from the likes of I:Cube and Crackboy, who remixed Omar Souleyman's "Shift Al Mani." Each production took the Acid Arab concept and ran with it, laying bare the project's potential. The release was followed b...
Guy Andrews is fast becoming one of the most diverse and stylistically independent young electronic producers to come out of the UK in recent years.
Releasing on some of the most influential record labels in electronic music such as Hotflush and Hemlock Recordings, his percussion-oriented sound is instantly recognisable on dance floors throughout the UK and across the globe.
With a production background in post-rock, jazz and ambient music, Guy Andrews brings a unique and unusual edge to electronic dance music. With a distinguished focus on rhythm and percussive elements inspired by afrobeat and jazz, combined with song structures influenced by post-rock, he infuses these elements with modern house and techno - cre...
Carl Michael von Hausswolff (born 1956 in Linköping) is a composer, visual artist and curator based in Stockholm, Sweden. His main tools are recording devices (camera, tape deck, radar, sonar) used in an ongoing investigation of electricity, frequency, architectural space and paranormal electronic interference. Major exhibitions include documenta X (1997), the Johannesburg Biennial (1997), Sound Art - Sound as Media at ICC in Tokyo (2000), the Venice Biennale (2001, 2003 and 2005) and Portikus, Frankfurt (2004). Hausswolff received a Prix Ars Electronica award for Digital Musics in 2002.
He is an expert in the work of Friedrich Jürgenson, an electronic voice phenomena (EVP) researcher who claimed to have detected voices of the...
France Jobin (b. 1958) is a sound / installation / artist, composer, and curator residing in Montreal, whose audio art, qualified as "sound-sculpture", reveals a minimalist approach to complex sound environments where analog and digital intersect. Her installations incorporate both musical and visual elements inspired by the architecture of physical spaces. Her work can be “experienced” internationally in varied music venues and new technology festivals, such as Mutek, FIMAV, SEND + RECEIVE, Club Transmediale, ISEA RUHR 2010, surface tension tour Japan.
Jobin has solo recordings on many renowned labels, mainly ROOM40 (AU), LINE (US), nvo (AT), and ATAK (JP). Her sound art is also part of countless compil...