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“Stephen Christian, head of A&R at Rustie's label Warp Records, said the record has an inherent energy you don't find in a lot of electronic music.”
“Now signed to influential British label Warp, Ellison has also gathered together a group of like-minded musicians on his own Brainfeeder label.”
“Sounds more like Warp is desperately trying to find something that hits ... shotgun style.”
“What happens when you apply the talents of the digital-media wizards at the London-based record label Warp, home to Aphex Twin and Autechre, to the speeches of the president of the United States?”
“It came about when Wardle, now 53, received an email from Julie Campbell, a funky singer-songwriter in her early thirties, who last year debuted under the alias LoneLady on the techno label Warp.”
“Cool label Warp - home to acts such as Aphex Twin, Battles and Maximo Park - celebrates its”
“As British tastemaker label Warp's longest-serving artist, he's shared space on their roster with Autechre, Aphex Twin, and Squarepusher.”
“The result was "Testone," and it was the third 12" ever for the fledgling Sheffield label Warp Records.”
“Using a Food and Drug Administration-approved, handheld LED -- playfully called Warp 10 for its Star Trek style -- wound-healing time was cut in half on board the USS Salt Lake City , a nuclear sub.”
“In a post on their record label Warp's website, they write, "Due to Battles 'ambitions of finishing their second studio album followed by commitments to a full touring schedule in”
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