The Unknown Factor

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The Unknown Factor was conceived as a modest first step to redirect fellow music lover's collective attention back to the music. The project features a selection of dynamic tracks by various producers. Although some of these producers are "higher profile" than others, all music included has something unique to offer, regardless of origin.

The production credits are intentionally withheld on each track. The idea is for the listener to receive and appreciate the music on its own term, without any preconceived notions or biases normally associated with a given artist. It is the hope that this listening experience will be as much a refreshing change of pace as it is exciting and rewarding.

The Basic Factor Album is co-produced by André Bagley, Steven John Craden, Dubfire and Sharam: Deep Dish and Mr Onester.

The Global Factor is co-produced by André Bagley, Charles Dockins, Duke Luke McCarty, Miguel Joseph, Noel Watson, Phil Asher, Steven John Craden and Mr Onester.

Albums

The Unknown Factor - The Basic Factor Album album art The Unknown Factor The Basic Factor Album (Album) Defender Music UK 1996 Sell This Version
The Unknown Factor - The Global Factor album art The Unknown Factor The Global Factor (Album) Defender Music UK 1997 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

DFD968 The Unknown Factor - The 4-Track EP / Remix Single album art The Unknown Factor The 4-Track EP / Remix Single(12", EP, Single, TP) Defender Music DFD968 UK 1996 Sell This Version
DFD9715 The Unknown Factor - Moonlite (Electric Peak Time) album art The Unknown Factor Moonlite (Electric Peak Time)(12", Promo) Defender Music DFD9715 UK 1997 Sell This Version

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February 2, 2018
Class masterworks courtesy of some of the hardest hitting names that came out of the nineties house arena. Curated by the brilliant Mr. Onester, these two LPs and accompanying singles were simply produced to demolish dancefloors. By bringing together intercontinental trendsetters to work on the tracks, all the while masking them behind the anonymity of a joint alias, the Onester managed to orchestrate works of familiar soundscapes, timeless timbres and relentless grooves.

Faves: Think About This For A Minute, Solitude and the single version of You Can't Go Wrong

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