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2 MC Morphology 1 ‘Morphology’, a new collaboration from Finland consisting of Michael Diekmann who records under the alias CRC and Matti Turunen otherwise known as Näköradiomies. Morphology fuses early electro sounds with haunting melodies to create a deep blend of atmospheric future funk.
Perspects is the primary project of Detroit-based musician, producer and multimedia artist Ian Clark. Following some initial formative development at the local art college, various bedrooms, warehouse parties, and art dives, his first official releases appeared through Detroit's influential Ersatz Audio label. First as Lesseninglesson, then as a founding member of Le Car, and finally Perspects.
"Based in Flint, Michigan, USA, the four young sons of an electrician, known simply as the elecktroids, have welded together their debut album." (discogs.com) These "four sons" are shrouded in mystery, but most guesses tend to point towards members of Drexciya (James Stinson and Gerald Donald) and Ultradyne (Alex Lugo and Dennis Richardson).
From deep atmospheric soundtrack acid to sharp minimalist industrial techno and dark industrial electro-funk, Rude 66 has done it with a dystopian edge of new wave-futurism. Via noise and EBM in the 80's Rude 66 landed on Bunker Records in 1993, where with Unit Moebius and Beverly Hills 808303 he helped define the acid sound of The Hague: lo-fi acid from the sewer.
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.
Billion light years away..., a window in time, not imaginable to man nor beast, is easily journeyed by a celestial lifeform, selfsufficient without vexatious biochemics, yet superior by techique, way out of our twilight zone.
AS1, a.k.a Arnold Steiner, worked as graphic designer in New York from 1996 to 2005, doing work for labels such as Planet Mu, Schematic, Rawkus, Breakbeat Science, Laboratory Instinct, Fuel, Monotone, Imputor and many more.
Arpanet is one of the pseudonyms of Dopplereffekt's Gerald Donald. It was named after both ARPANET (one of the precursors to the internet) and ARP Instruments, an early synthesizer company. Initially a suspected duo between Drexciya-frontmen James Stinson and Gerald Donald, since Stinson's death in 2002, Arpanet is now firmly established as Gerald Donald alone.