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Nathan Fake is supporting Orbital on their UK tour this year. Hopefully better than the awful Delphic (that's what they were called!) from last time around.

Question: Does anyone know what happened to Beaumont Hannant?

IIRC he stopped writing eons ago. Did an LP with Silver Bulllet as Outcast but thats all i recall. I didn't really like his sound but he inspired the likes of the Black dog (and Plaid i think) - the old Warp AI crew.

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You may like this one...messing with different chords. The first set are quite errie and the second are more melodic (and deep house like) but seemed to work together in my ears...over a 4/4 plodding beat.

http://soundcloud.com/afterbirth-productions/deep

They're all just faf's really. Although i'd like to do a series with similar ideas to this one. Dark, errie deep house and electronica.

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I'm not really sure if this is the right thread for this, but some of you will no doubt like it. It's a tune by eighties Kraut disco nuts Gine X Performance, which takes Jewish mourner's prayer the Kaddish as it's theme...and whips up something quite excellent. Enjoy!

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Black Dog yeah, well it was Martin Dust I used to chat to.

The music from the album (Bytes) was produced under a number of different names, such as Close Up Over, Xeper, Atypic, I.A.O., Balil, Plaid, and the Discordian Popes. The original members were Ken Downie, Ed Handley and Andy Turner.

Albums under original line-up:

1993 Bytes (as Black Dog Productions)

1993 Temple of Transparent Balls (as The Black Dog)

1995 Spanners (as The Black Dog)

Then Ed & Andy decided to go alone as Plaid, and Ken carried on as The Black Dog with Martin Dust and Richard Dust.

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