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John Sellekaers is a Canadian-born musician and audio mastering engineer. Born in 1973 in Montreal (Quebec) he later moved to Brussels (Belgium). John has released over 40 records under various aliases on famous labels such as Ant-Zen, Hymen Records, Nova Zembla and Disques Hushush. His style range from experimental music to electronica. In 1994, the Belgian underground techno, ambient and IDM record label Nova Zembla signed him for three albums. In 1995 his first album "Maps Of The Impossible" came out under the Xingu Hill moniker.

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  • John Sellekaers is a Canadian-born musician and audio mastering engineer. Born in 1973 in Montreal (Quebec) he later moved to Brussels (Belgium). John has released over 40 records under various aliases on famous labels such as Ant-Zen, Hymen Records, Nova Zembla and Disques Hushush. His style range from experimental music to electronica. In 1994, the Belgian underground techno, ambient and IDM record label Nova Zembla signed him for three albums. In 1995 his first album "Maps Of The Impossible" came out under the Xingu Hill moniker.
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