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Takla Makan Takla Makan

5 albums available
on Synth Music Direct


Tony Allgood, the man behind Takla Makan, is a man of many talents. He runs a thriving business restoring and manufacturing analogue synthesisers. In his spare time he can also create some stunning EM, making use of all the impressive gear at his disposal...
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Tangram Tangram

1 album available
on SynGate Records


Peter Fabok is an electronic music composer from Hungary.
He is creating albums since 2001, from 2005 under the name "Tangram", as a hommage to Tangerine Dream.
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Tastenklang Tastenklang

1 album available
on SynGate Records


Tastenklang is a young composer from Germany working on electronic sounds with synthesizer like Waldorf Blofeld and Omnisphere VST´s
His music is danceable uptempo electronic as well as downtempo relaxed rhythmic melodies, partly in a kind of innovated Jarre sounds, but developing an own character
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Temps Perdu? Temps Perdu?

3 albums available
1 EP available
on Temps Perdu?


Since 1993 the german/french duo "Temps Perdu?" have brought us four albums of electronic, ambient, tribal, ethno space music crossing world cultures ancient and modern, to create music of such earthly tones, be it the beautiful enigmatic atmospheres to the other darker mysterious strains.

Temps Perdu? play an array of digital and analogue synthesizers, plus assorted world instruments. Samples taken from their extensive global travels have led them to bring many cultures on earth into their music, giving an inspiration timeless feel, full of the strong influences gained.

From 1992 till 1997 they operated their own label called Timebase. 4 CDs were...
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Tenth Cloud Tenth Cloud

1 album available
on USC


A project of Alexey Markov, electronic musician from Nizhny Novgorod, Russian Federation, also known by his other projects Radio Silence, Quantum Mechanics and Vortex Mechanic. Tenth Cloud can be considered a side-project of Radio Silence. It is very woolgathering and soaring in the sky. More crystal and gentle, even elegant. Music is floating like white summer clouds...
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Terje Winther Terje Winther

4 albums available
on Terje Winther


Terje Winther from Norway use old and new analog synthesizers to create his music. The music is improvised, sequencer-based and with a clear influence from Jean-Michel Jarre and the Berlin school of electronic music with names like Tangerine Dream, Klaus Schulze and Ash Ra Temple. The use of analog modular synthesizers in his music demands that is it only by combining musical and electronical improvisation that the music is realised.
Terje Winther has performed at several festivals and at art exhibitions and vernissages, and he has contributed music on many CDs and compilations. He is also a part of the WintherStormer...
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Tetsu Inoue Tetsu Inoue

1 album available
on DiN


Based in New York and with over 40 albums to his credit, including collaborations with such left-field luminaries as Bill Laswell, Atom Heart, Peter Namlook and Jonah Sharp, Tetsu Inoue has established himself as a musician equally comfortable in the contrasting worlds of ambient, sound installation, and computer music.
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The Glimmer Room The Glimmer Room

6 albums available
1 EP available
on A-Frame Media


On self imposed exile to the wild's of North Essex, The Glimmer Room continue to walk their own path. Evoking a rose tinted view of a long lost England where ever they tread. With music that feels like an old black and white film basking in the idyllic attitudes and the soft tones of a time long gone.

Get the Introduction album free at http://theglimmerroom.com

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The Jupiter 8 The Jupiter 8

2 albums available
on A-Frame Media


The Jupiter 8 story so far

The first real synthesizer a ever touched was a Roland Jupiter 8, I can't quite remember when it was, probably sometime between 81 and 83. My friend whose house I was in at the time was in a fortunate position to have a Dad who worked for Roland, and so Roland things would appear in his house and then without warning disappear again.

But I did not go to see his Jupiter 8, I went to play with his Atari 800 computer which at the time had some of the best video games around (particularly Defender)....
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The Long Light The Long Light

1 album available
on A-Frame Media


New ambient project by Andy Condon of The Glimmer Room
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