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Goth-Trad performing at DMZ, London, in May 2008
|Birth name||Takeaki Maruyama|
|Labels||Deep Medi, Body Electric Records, Popgroup Recordings|
Takeaki Maruyama, better known by his stage name Goth-Trad, is a Japanese dubstep musician. He began composing dubstep in 2006 after being inspired by Wiley's "Morgue". He has produced five albums, the latest of which - Psionics - is due for release in September 2016. His last album New Epoch was released on Mala's Deep Medi label. Goth-Trad also runs an underground music night in Shibuya, Tokyo, called "Back To Chill". He has also experimented with other genres and styles in more recent years.
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