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Some of the most innovative dance music of recent years has come from the Netherlands. An entire scene has emerged?the “West Coast Sound Of Holland”?peopled by bookish blokes like I-F and Legowelt, whose sound is shaped not just by the Detroit and Chicago canon but by minor mid-’80s movements like New Beat and Italodisco. Leading Dutch imprint Cr

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