Artists

Ivo Ivanov

Ivo Ivanov is the Founder & CEO of Glitchmachines. He has worked as a sound designer and content provider with numerous creative audio companies including Ableton, Native Instruments, Tiptop Audio, SoundMorph, Twisted Tools, Inear Display, Unfiltered Audio, Unreal Engine, Skywalker Sound, Soundsnap, Plugin Boutique, Splice and Big Fish Audio. He has custom built hand-painted circuit bent hardware instruments for artists like DIOYY, Richard Devine, Justin Meldal-Johnsen, Trent Reznor, Otto Von Schirach and DJ Derrick Carter. Ivo’s forward-thinking electronic music is exemplified by his latest concept album TERATOMA , released on Detroit Underground Records.

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Richard Devine

Richard Devine is one of the most prolific sound designers in the industry, having worked with companies such as NI, Ableton, Apple, Google, Eventide, Roland, Moog, HBO, Audi, BMW,  Coca Cola, Lexus, LG, Visa, McDonalds, Yamaha, Nestle, Access, Universal Audio and Nike to name just a few. He is also an accomplished electronic musician whom focuses his live performances around a hardware modular synthesizer setup. His music has been released on numerous esteemed labels including Warp, Schematic and Detroit Underground Records.  He continues to innovate and push sonic boundaries with a body of work so vast in scope that it defies summarization.

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Amon Tobin

Amon Tobin is an accomplished composer and music producer who is considered to be one of the most influential electronic music artists in the world. He is often described as a virtuoso designer and is noted for his unusual methodology in sound design and music production.  He has released seven major studio albums under the Ninja Tunes record label.

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Telefon Tel Aviv

Josh Eustis is a seasoned electronic musician, singer-songwriter and record producer, best known for his projects Telefon Tel Aviv, Second Woman, and Sons of Magdalene. He also toured with Nine Inch Nails and has collaborated heavily over the years with acts like Tropic of Cancer, The Black Queen and Maynard James Keenan’s solo project Puscifer.

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The Glitch Mob

The Glitch Mob is a LA-based trio comprising Juston Boreta, Ed Ma and Joshua Mayer.  Selling out major venues from coast to coast, The Glitch Mob has become a festival favorite, rocking crowds from Lollapalooza to Red Rocks to Coachella and Ultra with their visceral, innovative performances making them one of the most beloved live electronic acts and distinctive recording artists working today.

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Atari Teenage Riot

There’s a ghost in the shell – the music of cyber activists in the Google age! Following the dissolution of ATR in 1999, a reunion seemed unlikely as Alec Empire and Nic Endo worked on successful solo projects. However, after a ten year break, ATR reformed and previously untapped potential came to the fore. 2015 saw the release of their fifth album, Reset, a call to arms for the new generation.

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Venetian Snares

Venetian Snares is the main alias of prolific Canadian electronic musician Aaron Funk. He is known for making high octane electronic music, often written in odd time signatures.  Dating back to 1998, Aaron’s discography is vast, with releases across multiple labels including History of the Future, Addict, Zod, Distort, Sublight, Low-Res, Planet Mu and Hymen.

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Two Fingers

Two Fingers is Amon Tobin and Joe Chapman.  From a love of hip-hop music and deep appreciation of its spirit, they crafted a unique sound combining the twisting sonics of Drum & Bass and shocks of Grime with meticulous sound design.  Two Fingers have recorded a wealth of releases for Ninja Tune, Big Dada, Paperbag Records and Noisia’s Division.

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Justin Meldal-Johnsen

Justin Meldal-Johnsen , commonly known to fans as JMJ, is a session bassist, producer and songwriter best known for his work with Beck and Nine Inch Nails. He has worked with an extensive range of bands including M83, Garbage, Macy Gray, Tori Amos, Air, Courtney Love, Ladytron, The Foo Fighters, Frank Black, The Mars Volta, Goldfrapp  and many others. He co-wrote several songs with singer Macy Gray and acted as music director for Gnarls Barkley, assembling their live band for their first US performances in 2006.

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Otto Von Schirach

Otto von Schirach is an experimental artist from Miami, Florida with a substantial body of work released on the Schematic and Beta Bodega record labels. Otto’s live shows incorporate over-the-top performances with elaborate outfits, masks and props. He has also toured extensively with the band Skinny Puppy and is credited on their albums The Greater Wrong Of The Right and Mythmaker. Otto is also involved with the Miami Bass Warriors, whose debut video, “Going Back to Calle 8,” was featured on Pitbull’s show La Esquina.

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Laura Escudé

Laura Escudé (aka Alluxe) went from the being the world’s first Ableton Certified Trainer in 2008 to being the first to implement the software in some of the most prestigious live shows all over the globe. As CEO and Founder of Electronic Creatives, Escudé put her music programming, DJ and controllerist skills to use training programmers and playback engineers for Logic, Ariana Grande, The Weeknd, Big Sean, Charli XCX, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Porter Robinson and many more.  Her production skills have earned her commissioned remixes for M83, Polica, and Mr. Hudson, and her violin can be heard on albums by Big Grams, Watch The Throne, Hit Boy, Sage Francis and more. Alluxe has opened for the likes of Miguel, Garbage and Machinedrum and has performed with Miguel, Kiesza, Charli XCX and Iggy Azalea.

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Mochipet

Born in Taiwan to a rocket scientist father and kindergarten teacher mother, David Y Wang makes his own brand of electronic music under the alias “Mochipet.” He has been spotted touring throughout the United States, Europe, and Asia; oftentimes in a purple Godzilla suit. You might have heard his music featured in video games with the Beastie Boys, or performed by a 20-piece orchestra at New York’s Carnegie Hall. Eclectic is an understatement for his collaborations, as he has worked with everyone from Legendary Skateboarder/Musician Ray Barbee, to Techno Queen Ellen Allien, Jazz drummer Weasel Walter, and Mashup DJ Z-Trip. Check out his California based label Daly City Records which has released music by artists such as Griz, K.Flay, Salva, Daedalus, Machine Drum, and The Glitch Mob.

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Mr. Bill

Mr. Bill’s incredibly vast catalogue of releases and eagerness to share his massive library of technical know-how have made him one of the most sought-after producers in the industry. He recently scored the Nicolas Cage horror-comedy MOM AND DAD, and his techno side project Electrocado was signed to deadmau5’ mau5trap label for a multiple EP contract. Mr. Bill is set to release his latest IDM album, Apophenia, on mau5trap in the Fall of 2018.

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Datach'i

Datach’i is Joseph Fraioli, a Brooklyn based electronic musician and sound designer who has pushed the limits of audio dating back to his 1999 debut album 10110101.  In addition to his work as Datach’i, you have undoubtedly heard his footsteps, slapping, burping and burning sounds, as a sound designer for many movies and commercials. He is also a founding member of Big Noble, with Daniel Kessler of Interpol.

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Phace

Only two words are necessary to summarize the creative works of Florian Harres: pioneering and progressive. Florian Harres, aka Phace aka Neosignal, is an electronic music producer, DJ and label owner from Hamburg, Germany. Over the past decade, he not only defined his own intricate style of cutting-edge electronic music but also toured extensively across the globe, building a large and faithful fan following.

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Billain

Hyper-experimental Drum & Bass futurist Billain is one of todays most cutting edge electronic artists. His ultra intense tracks have been released on labels such as Breed, Syndrome Audio, Citrus and Rise Audio, Eatbrain and Bad Taste Recordings to name just a few. Billain continues to push the limits of Neurofunk with his innovative sound design, complex rhythms and incredibly high production standards.

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Charles Deenen

Charles Deenen is an award-winning Audio Director, Composer, Sound Designer and Mix Engineer. He is best known as the Co-Owner and Sound Supervisor at Source Sound, where he has amassed a staggering portfolio of credits for cinematics and/or trailers including Star Wars Battlefront 1&2, Call of Duty Infinite Warware, Xcom 2, Gears of War 4, Halo Master Chief Collection, Call of Duty Ghost, Call of Duty Advanced Warfare, Assasin’s Creed Origin, Madden18, Dishonored 2, Mafia 3, Mirror’s Edge, Wolfenstein and many others.

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Jim Stout

Jim Stout is a Sound Designer and Music Producer based in Denver, Colorado.  He has designed sounds for Ensoniq, Roland, Open Labs, Sony, Sound Ideas, Mixed In Key, Krotos Audio, Hollywood Edge and many others. In 2010, Jim focused his talents toward Beatport, helping the company build Beatport Sounds. After leaving Beatport in 2015, Jim shifted his attention toward the construction of his new company, Carma Studio; a production studio dedicated to creating inspiring and forward-thinking sounds for all forms of media.

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John Black

John Black is the founder of CYPHER, a creative studio that launched in 2000. Specializing in sound for picture, he has collaborated with some of the motion, film and TV industry’s top designers, directors and studios on a broad range of award winning projects for clients such as Google, Nike, MTV, Microsoft, Apple, Volkswagen, & NBC Universal. CYPHER continues to evolve and permeate, actively obscuring the division between sound design and music.

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Nathan Moody

Nathan Moody is a San Francisco based musician, sound designer, mastering engineer and music supervisor/editor. He has sonified interactive installations, software, AR, short films, animations, and live events since 2008; his sound design and music editing clients have included Google, Timberland, Intel, and many more. He has been releasing music in various genres since 2000 and founded his own Obsidian Sound mixing and mastering studio in 2017.

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Sascha Dikiciyan

Working under the name Sonic Mayhem, Sascha’s unique blend of cutting-edge electronics and cinematic score composition has driven some of the most successful fame franchises of the last fifteen years. His distinctive contributions to titles such as Quake, Mass Effect, Tron, Dead Rising and Borderlands have won him both critical acclaim and industry accolades.

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Rod Abernethy

Rod Abernethy is an acclaimed composer known for his cutting-edge approach to music composition for video games, television and film. His work spans a vast range of styles, as heard in his award-winning scores for EA, Midway, Vivendi/Universal, Sony, Ubisoft, Bethesda, Disney, THQ, Activision, Konami, Namco and Nintendo to name just a few.

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Tom Hall

Tom Hall is an Australian audio/visual artist, residing in LA. He works across a multitude of disciplines  including electronic music releases on Presto?!, Overlap, Elli Records and many more. Over the past decade, he has worked with Lawrence English (Room40), Peter Coffin/Terry Riley (Getty Museum) and performed live music, audio visual works and installations across the globe. In Los Angeles, Hall primarily works as a Content Developer at Cycling ’74. Tom also creates custom software for a number of LA film composers and musicians. His hardware programming and sound design have seen him complete work for Korg, KMI Technology, Arturia, Qu-Bit Electronix, Ableton, Expert Sleepers, Frap Tools and many others.

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Si Begg

Si Begg is an accomplished artist and DJ with numerous TV, film and ad credits to his name. He has released albums on Novamute, Ninja Tune and Tresor and toured live sets globally at clubs and festivals ranging from Liquid Room in Tokyo, Tresor in Berlin, Chinese Laundry in Sydney and Fabric in London to the Berlin Love Parade, Metamorphose Mount Fuji, Roskilde, Latitude and Sonar. In 2015 he wrote the score for the award-winning, Kicking Off. In 2014 he scored the film Hackney’s Finest, which was nominated for Best Soundtrack at the East End Film Festival. On television, he has composed the music for three seasons of Netflix Original “Lovesick”. His trailer credits include Jason Bourne, Bladerunner 2049 and Hereditary.

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Jason Cushing

Jason is the Co-Founder and Lead Sound Designer of SoundMorph. He has a strong background in sound design for film and television and has worked extensively in game audio as a Senior Sound Designer. Jason has been an integral part of sound teams at Electronic Arts, working on such titles as the award-winning Mass Effect 2.

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Frederic Devanlay

Frederic Devanlay is the CEO of Big Wheels Studio and the Co-Founder of Red Libraries.  Born in Paris, Frederic has been a musician and sound designer for over 20 years. His work can be heard in blockbuster games including Splinter Cell, Remember Me, Far Cry, Watch Dogs and Ghost Recon. Frederic is also a member of the SoundMorph sound design team.

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Brian Trifon

Brian Trifon is a Los Angeles based composer, influential electronic musician and the co-founder of  Finishing Move Inc. His music and sound design are featured in numerous AAA games, movie trailers, ad campaigns, films, TV shows, and albums. As Trifonic, Brian has released tracks and remixes on top labels such as Mau5trap, OWSLA, Nettwork, Monstercat, and Anjuna.  Recent game/interactive credits include Halo Wars 2: Awakening The Nightmare, Halo Wars 2, Anki Overdrive + Cozmo, Google Tilt Brush, Massive Chalice, and Halo: Master Chief Collection.

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Verbal Vigilante

UK based composers Jode Steele & David Wainwright are Verbal Vigilante. Their work has been featured on over 100 major motion picture advertising campaigns, including The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, The Dark Knight Rises, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, Spider-Man: Homecoming, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Mad Max: Fury Road and many others. Their first game project saw them compose all the music & sound-design for the critically acclaimed Wulverblade, available on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch and Steam.

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Adam T. Croft

Adam T. Croft is an audio professional, programmer, author, and educator with over a decade of experience in the business of playing with sound.  His hands have helped bring films, television, music, live events, video games, buildings, and even stunt plane shows to life through audio.  You can hear his work in the products and structures of 343 Industries, Turn 10 Studios, Bungie, Amazon, Boeing and Penny Arcade among others.  His current works and writing can always be found at adamtcroft.com.

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Matt Baggiani

Italian born, LA resident, Matt Baggiani is a published Composer, Sound Designer and Music Producer with a stream of original works for a series of well known brands, TV shows and commercials. In addition to his studio work, he has been dazzling crowds with his live performances at festivals and clubs ranging from Colorado’s Red Rocks to LA’s Low End Theory, with gigs spanning Japan, China, Europe and the US. An Outside of the box thinker with a global vision and passion for all things art, music and tech.

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Alex Retsis

Alex Retsis is an accomplished musician, label owner and all around force to be reckoned with. His music can be heard in the form of Qebo, Emex and Videogame Orchestra and he has releases on labels like Detund, Basic Channel, Modular Expansion and many others. He is also a sound designer for Native Instruments, Twisted Tools and SoundMorph and co-operates electronic labels Modular Expansion & Anthropos-Mekhane.

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Ralp

Ralp is Barcelona native, Raül Peix. Raül is a DIY and technology enthusiast with an extremely impressive portfolio of work. Ralp is currently working as a part of a design, motion graphics and sound design studio called Device.  He is also co-directing an 8-Bit and Circuit Bending Net Label called Lowtoy, running an 8-Bit audiovisual collective called Distortled Box and a member of the Post Advanced Neo Rap band, Judder.

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Leonard De Leonard

Leonard de Leonard has been working as a music producer and audio professional for over 20 years.  Throughout his career he has explored a multitude of genres and performed all over the world, eventually prompting him to launch his own record label, Leonizer Rec in 2005.  Leonard also works as a Mixing and Mastering Engineer, Composer and Sound Designer for film, TV, animation, advertising and radio. His clients include companies such as Nike, Yves St Laurent, MTV and Nissan. In 2016, Leonard established his Berlin-based sound design, mixing and mastering studio, Sound Provider.

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Mac Vaughn

Mac Vaughn is San Francisco-based audio engineer, electronic artist and Fierce Animal Recordings label owner. After coming in at #15 on the Beatport Minimal top 100 with his first single on Minicoffee Records, he has consistently appeared in the charts, including several #1s in the Beatport Minimal top 100. He has upcoming releases on Dark Face Recordings, Big Bad Dog and Heinz, and has appeared on labels such as Sixteen Pads, Turning Wheel Records, Aki Recordings, Hooked Music, Berlin Aufnahmen, Freshport Music, Massive Duck, and Fierce Animal Recordings.

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Ivan Shopov

Prolific Bulgarian-native electronic musician Ivan Shopov is best known for his music projects Cooh, Balkansky and Drum Kid. With well over 100 releases under his belt, Ivan has established himself as a driving force behind today’s cutting edge electronic sounds, with a focus on Drum & Bass and other hard-hitting electronic sub-genres.

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Subjex

Bedroom Research label owner Matt “Subjex” Debliqui has releases on labels such as Schematic and Planet Mu, and he has remixed Jean Jacques Perrey, Richard Devine and Death Grips among numerous others. He is a mastering engineer and trans-humanist sound designer in search of secret patterns of the universe within a complex realtime audio processing network.

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Ruby My Dear

Ruby My Dear, aka Julien Chastagnol, is a French music producer, sound designer, songwriter and live performer who fuses melodic electronica, IDM and jungle to create a highly inventive, memorable and musical brand of breakcore. His intricate tracks mix dream-like atmospheres and haunting melodies with sharp, ultra-complex rhythms, taking the listener on a constantly evolving journey through the peaks and valleys of his unique sonic universe.

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Robin Ogden

Robin Ogden (OGRE Sound) is a composer for games and visual media, His music can be found in the award winning indie games Actual Sunlight, This Is The Police and Hacknet,  HBO’s Vice Principals, the BBC’s first VR experience, and he is busily working away on several PS4 titles. He’s featured in the forthcoming documentary The Rise Of The Synths, and is currently releasing music with Grammy winning soundtrack label Lakeshore Records.

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Daed

Daed’s music is characterized by creative sound design, intricate edits, thick atmospheres and playful melodies. His focus is on the creation of abstract, other-worldly sound as exemplified by his work with Glitchmachines and Inear Display. As an artist, he is firmly establishing himself with releases on Mozyk, Aleph9, Illphabetik, 141414 and many others.

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Blush Response

Blush Response is Joey Blush, New York based producer and sound designer. Joey is well known for his modular synth-heavy approach to sonic mayhem and deconstruction. He has forged his sound both with several solo releases as Blush Response as well as sound design and remix work for the likes of Fear Factory, Cristian Castro and Scar the Martyr.

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Kero

Kero (Sohail Azad) has established himself as a leader within the growing pack of producers successfully infiltrating contemporary art circles world wide. He has over 30 releases on some of electronic music’s most innovative labels including Bpitch, Ghostly International and Shitkatapult. Kero also owns and operates his own record label and creative collective, Detroit Underground.

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Valance Drakes

Prolific electornic artist Valance Drakes has released work with an impressive list of record labels including Kaer’uiks, Bedroom Research, Schematic, Daly City, Alkaliner and Detroit Underground. He has a substantial body of work spanning across more than a decade, of which a particularly memorable highlight is his remix for Richard Devine’s Oxin2lin.

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Fine Cut Bodies

Attila Fodor has been producing music under the alias Fine Cut Bodies since 1999. Attila is a former C64 demoscene coder and Playstation 1 Game Developer with a passion for A/V coding, DSP and GPU technologies. He is also a label owner of Chi Recordings, as well as a DJ, Audio Instructor, Sound Designer and Composer for television and film.

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Nathan Kampf

Nathan Kampf is an experienced audio engineer, sound designer and electronic musician.  He has released music with Detroit Underground Records and worked with companies like SomaTone, Dave Smith Instruments, Sony Pictures, Deluxe Digital Studios and many others. His contrasting sound is influenced as much by Classical Minimalism as Punk and Metal.

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Nicholas Yochum

Nicholas Yochum is a Sound Designer and Graphic Designer.  Aside from working on many of the Glitchmachines product graphics as well as his acclaimed sample pack Seism, Nicholas has applied his unique brand of abstract and futuristic sound design in projects with a growing list of companies such as Inear Display, Twisted Tools, SoundMorph and Zenhiser.

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Woulg

Woulg is Greg Debicki, a composer, sound designer and new media artist based in Montreal.  He has performed his intense, intricate and highly emotive work at venues like MUTEK in Barcelona, Montreal and Colombia, British Film Institute in London, Mapping Festival in Geneva and Berklee’s Masters campus in Valencia to name just a few.

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Surachai

Surachai’s repertoire pivots from full ensemble black metal outfits to solo synthesizer explorations that have an avant garde fearlessness. A professional sound designer, mixer, and location audio engineer, the Chicago-based musician and producer brings a technical expertise to a curious artistic output that makes every upcoming release unpredictable.

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Shiro Fujioka

Shiro Fujioka is a modular synth composer and sound designer that writes music in a broad variety of genres. Shiro also uses a combo of 17th century Himalayan singing bowls and his modular synthesizer for sound dealing and meditation sessions. He performs and records live analog modular compositions under the name VoltageCtrlr.

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JFrank

Co-founder and Generalissimo at Brainstormlab, and master General at Distant Future with well over 10 years of live gigs under his belt, JFrank is well known for his late night dancefloor breaks and has played just about everywhere on the planet – from London warehouses and Berlin basements to Spanish squats and Roman ruins – with his special brand of space-age electronics. Along with a broad portfolio of releases, he currently has vinyl out on Pyramid Transmissions, Kaer’uiks and The Irrational Media Society.

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Pablo Benjamin

Pablo Benjamin is a producer, sound designer & label owner based in
Buenos Aires, Argentina. H
e developed his style through various genres while
experimenting with new sounds inspired by a variety of unusual sources. Writing music under the name c0ma, his original tracks and remixes have earned critical acclaim. In 2010 he founded the respected netlabel Abstrakt Reflections, giving unheard artists a platform to release their work. He’s currently working on Elevators, a new post-apocalyptic dark trap duo.

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