DJ Charts. Juno Recommends. Today's Offers. Gift Vouchers. All Genres. Rock All. Studio Equipment. Techno All. Techno Hard Techno. Deep House. DJ Equipment. Drum And Bass. UK Garage. DJ equipment. Vinyl DJ accessories. A truly prolific artist, Mark Broom has worked with world-renowned labels and artists for decades, beginning in the summer of , when Broom landed in Tenerife on vacation and stumbled across the delights of the emerging sounds of Chicago and acid house.
Returning to the UK, he immediately went in search of this newfound music, and bought a pair of turntables. With them a musical career was born. James Ruskin has been working in music since the early '90s, and is considered one of the leading artists of British electronic techno music, as both producer and DJ. Ruskin comes from a background that first put him in touch with hip hop and electro in the '80s and later with the emerging Detroit techno scenes, which inspired him to become a DJ in and then venture into production in Turning off will mean that your IP address is not sent to Google.
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View Your Wish List Close. Close View Full Product. Item added to your cart. Create Gift Voucher Add to Cart. Reply Notify me Helpful. Refuge Of A Twisted Soul expands upon the styles prevalent on the debut LP Light Box, continuing to explore and fuse the styles that sit between techno, electronica, IDM and more interestingly here, hip hop.
Ron July 23, Report. Definitely rings a bell from previous productions by some well known artists in this style, yet the release differs in its approach.
Four to the floor is the basis as opposed to syncopated beats. Their plan is obviously a step in the right direction for the style and a welcome addition. Well done!Back in The Fear Ratio – the duo of producers James Ruskin and Mark Broom - broke a several-year silence with the release of an eponymous live EP. Fast forward to and we find the pair back in their old stomping ground of Skam Records with a new LP entitled They Can't Be Saved.