Daniel Pineda and Asma Maroof, a k a Nguzunguzu. The group, which takes its name from a traditional Solomon Island figurehead used to protect against supernatural forces during canoe trips, offers a unique blend of R&B, house, cumbia and tribal music. They are known for improvising with, well, really weird sounds achieved through electronic instruments and a room full of synthesizers, as well as for an energy that Hanratty says is "incredible."

As haunting as Holly Herndon’s Movement can be on a good sound system, there’s nothing like hearing her play that material in a live setting—the bass buzzing up through the floor and straight to your chest cavity, the live call and response between the things she sings into the mic and the sounds that come out of her computer.
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SONG: Holly Herndon - Fade

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