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There are two artists with the name Author Author is the brainchild of Leeds based dubstep producers Jack Sparrow and Ruckspin.
COMPUTADORA is Herr Galatran and his intelligent computer cluster. The sounds come from C64, Amiga & Atari XL/ST … the passion comes from extensive performing as part of various punk/ hardcore/IDM/electro-constellations through the years. At the moment the computer likes to mash up old 8-bit songs with the humans’ flavour for groovy glitches and squarewave party.
DMX Krew is the recording name of Ed Upton. He has released 6 full albums on Aphex Twin's label Rephlex Records, one full album on Legowelt's Strange Life Records, and numerous singles/EP's for both Rephlex, his own Breakin Records, and various other.
Hecq (real name - Ben Lukas Boysen) is an artist that works with musical technology and presents remixes that spotlight unseen facets in the work of other musicians. In his music, atmospheric soundscapes meet sharp cadences and abrupt breaks which leads the enthralled listener into Hecq’s world - an audiobook without a narrator.
23 Year old Henry Homesweet replaces the DJ decks with Nintendo Gameboys & delivers Lo-Fi synchronized techno & electro worldwide. Utilizing the hand-held control of Nanoloop music software & the outdated hardware of forgotten consoles, his live sets are mixed & improvised fresh from the sound-chips, offering a unique performance every time, anywhere.
incite/ is the Hamburg-based experimental audiovisual electronics duo of Kera Nagel and André Aspelmeier.
Kode9 (born Steve Goodman in Glasgow, Scotland) is a leading figure in the South London Dubstep scene. As a producer and DJ he most known for his collaborations with MC the Spaceape (aka Daddi Gee). He is also the founder of the pioneering UK label Hyperdub. Along with Pinch, Kode9 was one of the few producers at the dawn of Dubstep not from Croydon.
***Nikka plays with sensations and with the interaction of the machines in their most pure state, creating each track while walks, skiping the sequences or anything that may intercede in the natural process of musical creation.