Mark Pritchard (music producer)
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|Born||Yeovil, Somerset, England|
|Origin||Sydney, NSW, Australia|
|Occupations||DJ, musician, composer, music producer, remixer|
|Years active||Early 1990s-present|
|Associated acts||Africa Hitech, Harmonic 313, Global Communication|
He has released music on the labels including: Warp Records, Hyperdub, Dedicated and Sonar Kollektiv. He has collaborated and released under numerous monikers since 1991. Current projects include Africa Hitech (with Steve Spacek) and Harmonic 313.
Past projects include: Global Communication, Jedi Knights, Secret Ingredients, Chameleon, Link & E621, Reload & E621 (with Tom Middleton), Troubleman, Roberto Edwardo Turner (aka The Returner), Reload, Link, NY Connection, Harmonic 33 and Use Of Weapons (with Dave Brinkworth), Pulusha (with Kirsty Hawkshaw, formerly of Opus III), Shaft (with Adrian Hughes), Chaos & Julia Sett (with Dom Fripp), Series 7 (with Stephen Horne), Mystic Institute (with Paul Kent), 28 East Boyz (with Kevin Hann), Vertigo (with Danny Breaks) and a recent collaboration with Om'mas Keith (of Sa-Ra).
Pritchard has produced across a broad genre spectrum, with the critically acclaimed  Global Communication album 76:14 of 1994 - which was included in The Guardian's list of "1000 albums to hear before you die" - a foray into downtempo, ambient electronica, in contrast to the 2008 release as Harmonic 313's When Machines Exceed Human Intelligence on Warp Records that features Detroit hip-hop influenced electronica.
His EP Ghosts, released on the 24 June 2013, was featured as a new album on the front page of the iTunes electronic music section.
- "1000 albums to hear before you die: Artists beginning with G". London: The Guardian. 2007-12-03. Retrieved 2010-08-11.
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