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Funki PorciniFunki Porcini

Funki Porcini is artist and DJ James Braddell, whose swirling mixtures of downtempo breaks, smooth ambience, and disjointed drum'n'bass helped put the Coldcut-owned, South London-based Ninja Tune label on the map. 

Future Sound of LondonFuture Sound of London

First recognized as the dance duo behind the club hits Stakker (as Humanoid) and Papua New Guinea, Future Sound of London later became one of the most acclaimed and respected international experimental ambient groups, incorporating elements of techno, classical, jazz, hip-hop, electro, industrial, and dub into expansive, sample-heavy tracks, often exquisitely produced and usually without easy precursor.

GabinGabin

The original Gabin — a French actor known for his portrayals of jaded, faded anti-heroes in 1930s and '40s-era films — might have chuckled ironically if he had been told that, a half-century after his heyday, two Italian musicians would name a fledgling lounge music project after him. But if he had listened to the music, he would have understood.

GalacticGalactic

Formed in 1994, Galactic was the inspiration of childhood friends and Chevy Chase, Maryland natives guitarist Jeff Raines and bassist Robert Mercurio.

GallianoGalliano

Rob Gallagher was Finchley's answer to the Last Poets. Originally Gilles Peterson’s DJ roadie, Rob was an integral part of the '85/86 jazz dance scene. A dancer with attitude, his career started when he picked up the mic at the WAG and threw out jazz-poetry over Peterson’s tunes... When Piller and Peterson launched the label, Rob, who by now had adopted the moniker Galliano, was the obvious choice to record the first single. 

Gang StarrGang Starr

The most influential MC-and-DJ tandem of the 1990s, Gang Starr set new standards for East Coast rap with a pair of early-'90s touchstones, Step in the Arena (1991) and Daily Operation (1992), whose appeal has only grown over the decades. Beginning with these classic releases, both listeners and critics heaped mounds of praise upon Guru and DJ Premier — the former because of his socially conscious lyrics and no-nonsense stance, the latter because of his DJ-style beat-making and jazzy sound.

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