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Bandulu are a British electronic music group consisting of Jamie Bissmire, John O'Connell & Lucien Thompson. The music often relies heavily on techno and dub elements. Releasing their first two albums on Creation Records sublabel Infonet, the group has also released albums on Blanco y Negro, Foundation Sound Works and Music Man Records. The group recorded three sessions for John Peel's BBC Radio 1 show.

The trio also recorded under the names Thunderground, New Adult, Sons of the Subway, and Space DJz.

In his book Energy Flash, Simon Reynolds credited Bandulu as part of the "Texturology" sub-genre, stating that "the best tracks on Bandulu's Guidance sounded like jazz-techno, as if Zawinul had somehow ended up band-leader of Tangerine Dream instead of Weather Report."




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