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Paul St. Hilaire (aka Tikiman) is a reggae vocalist from the island of Dominica in the Caribbean, and was the first vocalist to collaborate with Von Oswald and Ernestus of Basic Channel, steering their sounds away from 4/4 techno on their Rhythm & Sound releases. In 2003 he set up the Basic Channel subsidary False Tuned. His vocals have appeared on many electronic releases, including those by pioneers Modeselektor and Stereotyp. His full self-produced debut album, Adsom - A Divine State Of Mind, was released on False Tuned in 2006.




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