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Fayze shares some of his most influential tracks

Canadian experimental electronic music producer Fayze, whose innovative, genre-defying soundscapes flirt occasionally with global schools like avant-pop and krautrock, shares 10 tracks that influenced him in finding his own very unique sound and in producing his very first eponymous album on Detroit Underground.

1. Air – La Femme D’Argent

“Loved the the grooves the fender Rhodes and all the spacey sounds, especially the Rhodes used lots of it on this album!”

2. APHEX TWIN – Rubber Johnny

“Love all the chops and cuts, dark and revolutionized the IDM sound”

3. Boards of Canada – The Campfire Headphase

“The dreamy happy sad chords was exciting with trip hop flares”

4. How to Destroy Angels – The Space in Between

“The bit crushing sounds and the darkness of this track”

5. How To Destroy Angels – Parasite

“Love the dirty beats and guitars, but yet keeps and organic sound!”

6. Aphex Twin – Orphans

“Nice smooth beats, great sound, fantastic sound layering”

7. Aphex Twin – Selected Ambient Works 85-92

“There is no specific track just a genius album”

8. StereoLab – Three-Dee Melodie

“This is the track that changed the way I thought of modern music!”

9. Camel – Song Within a Song

“Just mind blowing original Psycho soundscapes from the 70’s, was addicted to this track forever!”

10. Plastikman – Musik

“I have always really really enjoyed this phase of Richie Hawtin”

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