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Examples of "moodymann"
Moodymann is a 2014 studio album by American electronic musician Moodymann.
Moodymann released "Silence in the Secret Garden" on Peacefrog Records in 2003. It was followed by "Black Mahogani" on the label in 2004. His free EP, "Picture This", was released in 2012. He released the seven-track "ABCD" in 2013. In 2014, he released the self-titled album, "Moodymann".
Moodymann is considered to have "developed hybrid modes of recording and performance incorporating analog and digital media — the playing of 'real' instruments with 'pushing buttons live'."
In 2014 Revill became the third DJ to host the residency series at London’s XOYO club. He curated a diverse lineup of acts that included Moodymann, Joy Orbison, Tale Of Us, Dance Mania and DJ Slimzee among others.
XOYO hosts Benji B’s (Radio 1) clubnight Deviation on the first Friday of every month. The first Deviation at XOYO was held in February 2013. Artists Jamie xx, A$AP Rocky, Mos Def and Moodymann have all performed at Deviation.
Kenny Dixon Jr., better known by his stage name Moodymann, is an American musician based in Detroit, Michigan. He is an owner of KDJ Records. He is a member of 3 Chairs.
Craig has also created his own record label called Planet E Communications, which apart from his own work, has released records by well known techno and house artists like Kevin Saunderson, Alton Miller and Moodymann.
In 1997, Moodymann released "Silentintroduction", the debut album which compiled previously released tracks, on Planet E Communications. It was followed by "Mahogany Brown" in 1998. "Forevernevermore" was released in 2000.
In 2011, his "Dem Young Sconies" was chosen by NPR as one of the 10 tracks that define the Detroit techno sound, and Denise Dalphond wrote that Moodymann captured the gritty sound on the track.
Since 2015, Saul has served as A&R for !K7's acclaimed DJ-Kicks series, beginning with Actress' entry to the series in May and continuing with entries by DJ Koze, Seth Troxler, Moodymann, Dam-Funk, Jackmaster, Marcel Dettmann and Daniel Avery that received praise from critics and audiences.
Urban Tribe's first releases were issued on Carl Craig's labels, Retroactive and Planet E. He signed with Mo Wax and released an EP for the label in 1996. In 1998, Mo Wax issued his debut full-length, "The Collapse of Modern Culture", which featured production from Craig, Anthony Shakir, and Moodymann.
Troxler draws upon the musical heritage of Detroit and Chicago and his influences include Richie Hawtin and Moodymann. He is one of the founders of the record label Visionquest, as well as head of labels Tuskegee, Soft Touch and Play It, Say It. He also owns a restaurant in East London called Smokey Tails.
Maria Juur (born 15 March 1988), better known by her stage name Maria Minerva, is an Estonian experimental musician. She is releasing music on the Los Angeles independent record label Not Not Fun and its dance-oriented sub-label 100% Silk. She has cited Brian Eno, Throbbing Gristle, Cabaret Voltaire and Moodymann as her influences.
During the course of producing their debut album, Pollyn began making remixes for groups such as Gorillaz, Liquid Liquid, Buffalo Daughter, and Death from Above. Pollyn has since then remixed tracks for HEALTH and Belleruch. Pollyn's own material has also been the subject of extensive remixes by artists such as Moodymann, DJ Harvey, Larry Gus, Nosaj Thing, Sid Roams, Them Jeans, Alchemist, Matthew Herbert, Peter Visti, and Exile.
"L.A. Noire Remixed" consists of six jazz classics from the game's era, remixed by contemporary DJs. Advertised as a "special installment" of the Verve Remixed Series, the album includes songs by artists of the period, such as Ella Fitzgerald, Lionel Hampton, Billie Holiday and Dinah Washington, remixed by DJs such as Ticklah, DJ Premier, and Moodymann. It was first released on the iTunes Store on 17 May 2011, alongside the game's main soundtrack.
Artists to have played at the festival include Bon Iver, Nile Rodgers, Pavement, Cat Power, Moodymann, Mulatu Astake, Tallest Man On Earth, George Clinton, Yo La Tengo, Comets on Fire, Ween, Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings, Beirut, The Dirtbombs, The Slits, Fat Freddy's Drop, The Presets, The Drones, The Vines, Iron and Wine, Gotye, Jay Reatard, Mad Professor, Gary Numan, Sebastian & Kavinsky, Quintron And Miss Pussycat, Royal Headache, Muscles and many more.
Fiddler has worked with George Clinton, Moodymann, Stephanie McKay, Jamiroquai, Prince, Was (Not Was), the Brand New Heavies, Fishbone, Corinne Bailey Rae and neo soul artist Maxwell. Working with his brother, Bubz (bass guitarist, producer and songwriter), he released the album "With Respect" in 1990 on Elektra, recording under the name Mr. Fiddler. Amp Fiddler is credited with introducing hip-hop producer J Dilla to the Akai MPC sampling drum machine and also to A Tribe Called Quest member Q-Tip, who introduced the young Dilla into the music industry world.
Peacefrog Records is an independent record label based in London, United Kingdom. The label produces releases in many different styles of electronic music, as well as branching out into folk and indie artists such as José González, Nouvelle Vague and Little Dragon. The label was started by Pete Hutchison and Paul Ballard in 1991. After the Lodger 303 E.P., Ballard withdrew from Peacefrog Records. The record label subsequently released a number of techno records by artists including Luke Slater, Moodymann and Suburban Knight. The label has built up a following over the years, increased by the mainstream success of José González and has become synonymous for synching many of its recently signed artists music to film and television. Notable examples of this include the 2006 iconic Sony Bravia "Balls" (Jose Gonzalez) and in 2011, Twinings "Sea" (Charlene Soraia). Both artists enjoyed top 10 single success as a consequence. Jose Gonzales LP "Veneer" was certified Platinum in 2006 and Charlene Soraia's "Wherever you will go" certified gold in 2012 with sales in excess of 500,000. Other artists signed to the label who have enjoyed commercial success include Nouvelle Vague who achieved sales of over 1 million worldwide over the 3 albums recorded for the label. Peacefrog is also an active and successful music publishing company.
Planet E’s first release was titled “Four Jazz Funk Classics,” which Craig recorded under the moniker 69. This album set the standard for what was to follow. In addition, it set the stage for listeners to prepare themselves for the unique and undeniable sound the label would become synonymous with, a sort of “futuristic funk” that remains true to its techno roots, while redefining the genre as a whole. Initial releases on Planet E would mainly be Craig’s projects under a multitude of monikers, but would later evolve into being home to a myriad of electronic music’s most influential artists such as Kevin Saunderson, Moodymann, Kenny Larkin, and Recloose. In 2001, Planet E celebrated its 10-year anniversary with a celebration at the Detroit Electronic Music Festival. Planet E is continually developing a roster of up-and-coming artists who only facilitate the label in remaining a force in the realm of music, with producers such as Martin Buttrich, Jona, Ican, Glimpse and more.
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