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About Matthew Dear

Since 1999, Texas-born techno producer Matthew Dear has been producing cutting edge Detroit-style minimal techno and electro-pop under various monikers, including Audion, False and Jabberjaw. As a key artist on Ghostly International, Dear has had a successful avenue for putting out multiple releases, including 2003's "Dog Days" (a Richie Hawtin favorite) and, as Audion, 2006's "Mouth to Mouth". In 2007, he released the critically acclaimed Asa Breed under his own name, marking a move into expanded songwriting and softer, more contemplative sonics.

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Listen toMatthew Dearon Napster

Since 1999, Texas-born techno producer Matthew Dear has been producing cutting edge Detroit-style minimal techno and electro-pop under various monikers, including Audion, False and Jabberjaw. As a key artist on Ghostly International, Dear has had a successful avenue for putting out multiple releases, including 2003's "Dog Days" (a Richie Hawtin favorite) and, as Audion, 2006's "Mouth to Mouth". In 2007, he released the critically acclaimed Asa Breed under his own name, marking a move into expanded songwriting and softer, more contemplative sonics.

About Matthew Dear

Since 1999, Texas-born techno producer Matthew Dear has been producing cutting edge Detroit-style minimal techno and electro-pop under various monikers, including Audion, False and Jabberjaw. As a key artist on Ghostly International, Dear has had a successful avenue for putting out multiple releases, including 2003's "Dog Days" (a Richie Hawtin favorite) and, as Audion, 2006's "Mouth to Mouth". In 2007, he released the critically acclaimed Asa Breed under his own name, marking a move into expanded songwriting and softer, more contemplative sonics.

About Matthew Dear

Since 1999, Texas-born techno producer Matthew Dear has been producing cutting edge Detroit-style minimal techno and electro-pop under various monikers, including Audion, False and Jabberjaw. As a key artist on Ghostly International, Dear has had a successful avenue for putting out multiple releases, including 2003's "Dog Days" (a Richie Hawtin favorite) and, as Audion, 2006's "Mouth to Mouth". In 2007, he released the critically acclaimed Asa Breed under his own name, marking a move into expanded songwriting and softer, more contemplative sonics.