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Javi Canovas Javi Canovas

12 albums available
1 EP available
on Synth Music Direct


Whether it be rampaging Berlin School sequencing or contemprary powerhouse EM Javi Canovas instills the sort of quality that lifts him above the hum-drum. Uplifting, dynamic, sensational! His music will inspire.
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Johan Tronestam Johan Tronestam

3 albums available
on SynGate Records


Johan Tronestam played earlier in various music groups, but has for a long time concenrated on writing instrumental synth music.
The music is created in his own studio. His music is very personal. But has influences from Vangelis, JM Jarre, Mike Oldfield, Tangerine Dream, Tim Blake, Neuronium, Kraftwerk, Klaus Schulze and similar artists.
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John Dyson John Dyson

6 albums available
on Soddett Hall Music


John is very well-known in EM circles, having been part of the influential duo 'Wavestar' and, after some 25 years of creating and playing, and numerous musical adventures, has now taken 'the plunge' into the modern world (cheeky! JD) of downloads.
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Joost Egelie Joost Egelie

4 albums available
on USC


Born in Sittard, the Netherlands, in a hot summer of 1973, now he lives in Dilsen-Stokkem, Belgium. That year also marked the personal taste of music for him: it is the epoch of the upcoming synthesizer music. After wandering to and from different styles of music, Electronic Music came to his attention. It stuck with him, and became a major part of his life. And of course, after listening to music came the urge to make music. A few synthesizers were bought, massacred, tendered, and here we are now. Trying to bring back the sound of the original Electronic Music...
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Julian Garret Julian Garret

1 album available
on Julian Garret


Julian's interest in electronic music was fueled from an early age. His father, a ham radio operator, filled the house with alien blips and mangled voices. Circuit boards and boxes full of components were a common sight. The local library had a surprisingly sturdy electronic music collection, from which he learned about Subotnick, Carlos and others. College radio introduced him to Jarre, Deuter, Borden and Hillage.

All through his 20's and 30's Julian experimented with synthesizers, hardware and software, learning the craft and perfecting his sound. Finally he is ready to share the results of his work.
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