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Minneapolis duo of Steve Cruz and Chris Heidman began a collaboration in the early 1990s, creating lo-fi, samples-and-guitar based tunes that caught the attention of Seattle, Washington labels Sub-Pop and Slabco. At Slabco, Sukpatch became the unlikely standard-bearer of the casio-core sound, though their early efforts were much more based on distressingly overdriven guitar sounds than twee blips and bloops.

Soon retro-funk, disco and pop samples (origins unknown, but possibly ranging from Coke Escovedo, through Disco Tex and the Sex-o-lettes… read more

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