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  1. Formed in 1995 by Sister Bliss, Faithless was a London, England, United Kingdom-based group of musicians whose music is described by one of their…

  2. There are at least 5 bands named Afterlife:

    1) Steve Miller is the writer / producer / remixer behind the blissful beach grooves of Afterlife. This…

  3. Bent is the name of the Nottingham, UK,duo formed by Neil Tolliday (aka Nail Tolliday) and Simon Mills. Their critically acclaimed début album was…

  4. Joey Negro is the most known pseudonym of British DJ and house music producer Dave Lee. Lee was one of the first to incorporate disco samples…

  5. UK duo Elliot Morgan and Nick Woolfson make some of the most stunningly rich, dynamic, bass-heavy downtempo instrumentals on the planet. They are…

  6. From acid-jazz collective to mellow Ibizan house masterminds, A Man Called Adam have pursued much the same fusion of gentle jazz/house rhythms…

  7. We Are Wolves are a Montreal, QC, Canada, rock trio who create free / honest music, like the celestial lightning on the mystic mountain. It’s a…

  8. Chris Coco (b. Christopher Mellor & raised in Charlwood, UK - aka Chris Mellor), is a DJ, broadcaster, producer, musician & journalist (blogging at…

  9. The multi talented musician Jens Buchert from Stuttgart is one the most popular international producers from the German downbeat scene. He is…

  10. FC/Kahuna released Machine Says Yes in the spring of 2002 to a host of critical acclaim. The NME said "Easily as good as the last Chemicals' LP…

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