Born in 1980 in Metro Detroit and subject to the city's mid-90's warehouse parties. Luke has harnessed a deep appreciation for electronic music and the expression of the underground movement. His background in mathematics and engineering has given him a scientific approach to the dance floor, using frequencies, tones, and soundscapes.
With numerous EP´s and remixes on other labels like Planet-e, Rekids, Echocord, Kontra-Musik, Dolly, Finale Sessions, Ornaments, and Prime Numbers among others.
In 2010 he began his own interpretation of Detroit techno with his new Detroit project and record label DeepLabs.
His sophomore album ‘Keep On’ was released on FXHE records in 2012 and received a Recommended 4.5/5 rating on Resident Advisor.
After having 15 years of DJ experience, he is regarded as a perfectionist behind the decks layering his tracks in a very detailed and hypnotic manner, playing many notable venues & festivals such as Detroit Electronic Music Festival, Awakenings Festival, Berghain & Panorama Bar - Berlin, Dimensions Festival and many more.
Luke continues to work hard in and out of the studio combined with his unyielding interest in technology and sound will no doubt stimulate the boundaries of electronic music.
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Producer and sound man in more ways than one. Berlin based Briain eats, sleeps and breathes all things music. Resident and promoter of the well-regarded Skizze nights. Briain's inspirations flow from a broad spectrum of sound.
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Giulio Aldinucci was born in Siena (Italy) in 1981. He has been active for years as a composer in the field of experimental electroacoustic music and in the research on soundscape.
He composed eight albums released by the labels Karlrecords, 99chants, Home Normal, Time Released Sound, Dronarivm and Nomadic Kids Republic. Furthermore, he made six EPs and six collaborative albums with The Star Pillow, Ian Hawgood, Francis M. Gri, Francesco Giannico and Pleq published by Midira, Home Normal, KrysaliSound, Dronarivm and Eilean.
In addition to his contribution to various collective works, he wrote music for theatre, video art and cinema. His music is featured in many compilations, including Sound at Work – Electronic Music and Labour created by Tempo Reale, the Italian electronic music research centre founded by Luciano Berio, and the special edition of The Wire Tapper that celebrates the 50th issue with a selection from the series' 20 year back catalogue, among others. His composition Mute Sirens was awarded with an honourable mention at the 18th International Electroacoustic Composition Competition Música Viva 2017.
Together with Attilio Novellino he launched the project Postcards from Italy which consists of an album published by Oak Editions, live events (the first one took place at Cafe OTO, London) and an installation by AIPS collective & Gianmarco Del Re.
He is the curator of the Soundscape Practice section of AIPS, Italian Archive Soundscapes.
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John Beltran is one of those producers that always seems to elude being pinned to any one category. His early work on Carl Craig's seminal Retroactive imprint sculpted a Detroit classic with hints of Derrick May, world music, and Jazz vibrations. He followed up in 1996 on Peacefrog with arguably one of the most sought after techno classics "Ten Days of Blue," which is still John's most successfully licensed music with songs like "Collage of Dreams" being used in the Miramax film Human Traffic and the HBO hit Six Feet Under. His next project was entitled "The Cry" under the Placid Angles guise which MixMaster Morris charted as one of his favourite albums ever.
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From UVB-76 Music’s fractal personnel rises Karim Maas. Maas, one of the sonic panjandrums at the core of the labels sound creates aural experience that bleeds between genre and tone with striking ease.
Explicitly undefinable by genre, Maas employs a recurring sound palette that binds his compositions together as a cohesive body of work which is conducive in series. As one-third of RUFFHOUSE and a founding member of production outfit 4 6 2 5, Maas’ obsession with hardware and outboard production kit is demonstrated by the warmth, body and sheer power of his work.
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Ahead of his debut release on the label, Mause puts together an undivided mix of underground genres, from the rise of classifications like IDM (intelligent dance music) to the notable fast paced jungle breakbeat. Variety is what we enjoy most and of course, Mause has delivered.
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