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and her other bands Miasma and Matador, and released tracks played on the celebrated Ocean Club radio show that she co-DJs with Berlin techno pioneer/The Orb collaborator Thomas Fehlmann.
Gut recently released 4 Women No Cry, an international compilation that gives 15 minute-plus showcases to four female bedroom electronic musi- cians/chanteuses: Tusia “TBA” Beridze, Rosario Blefari, Eglantine Gouzy, and Catarina Pratter.
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Such artists include Morgenstern, psychobilly electro-punks Cobra Killer, and post-rock¬ ers Contriva.
Gut also runs the Moabit label, which has re-issued records by Malaria!
he was linked up with his co-actor, Richard Armitage when couple’s private photo with family went viral.
Not only this, Lee shared his relationship with Laura Donnelly.
Fw-300 .qstn-title #ya-trending-questions-show-more, #ya-related-questions-show-more #ya-trending-questions-more, #ya-related-questions-more /* DMROS */ .But Boom Bap Project is committed to its local, rain-swept scene, and is deeply invested in posi¬ tioning a long-overdue spotlight on the Pacific Northwest’s thriving hip-hop environment. We feel we’re making history here, [and the] light is begin¬ ning to shine on our region. Don’t sleep.” Good advice, because BBP’s self-pro¬ fessed intention is to wake up the world, and Reprogram is their hate letter to the status quo.“People today are programmed from birth to go to school, get a 9-to-5, get married, have kids, and live by the rules,” says Karim.In other words, they’ve got their bases covered, especially now that indie-hop label Rhymesayers (home to Atmosphere and Brother Ali) has loosed Reprogram on a blinged-out landscape looking for a respite from hypermaterialism.“Hip-hop, in our eyes, has lost the majority of its creativity and luster,” argues Karim, “but we haven’t been affected by the mainstream takeover of hip-hop culture, and neither has our music.” That statement may ring strange, consider¬ ing that Reprogram’s beat architects are none other than Seattle standouts Vitamin D and Jake One, whose stripped-down compositions have helped Busta Rhymes, 50 Cent, G-Unit, and many more mainstreamers explode. They know us, our crew Oldominion, Jasiri, Under the Needle, all the rest.