composition / live /dj-concepts Jueri Gagarino is one of the most interesting artists in the field of innovative DJ work combined with live concepts from classical music to electronic club sound. His compositions have a range from classical chamber formations to solo percussion mixed with live electronics.
Gagarino´also involved in projects with traditional music (so - with the outstanding Aufi singer Sheikh Arabi Faragh in "OrientOccident", a piece for Sufi musicians and western chamber ensemble, comissioned be the "Deutschlandfunk" radio,.
ZEN is the name of several different artists: 1) Zen is a Dutch rock band, founded by Siegfried 'Siebe' de Jong (vocals and saxophone) and Dirk van der Ploeg (guitar and vocals) in 1965. Van der Ploeg writes the lyrics, music and arrangements. The hippie-oriented one hit wonder band hits the top spot on the Dutch Top 40 singles chart in January 1969, with their version of the theme from the musical Hair..
Michael Gray is a British DJ and house music producer who is signed to independent dance record label Eye Industries. He is also one half of the popular dance music production/remixing duo Full Intention. His first big hit was a house tune in the mutant disco style, called The Weekend.
The record, which similar to Junior Jack's Room 5 owed a debt to Oliver Cheatham, became a Top 10 hit in the United Kingdom when licenced through UMTV and also notched up over 20,000 plays on the radio.
Known as Los Angeles' "Ambassador of Boogie Funk," dãm-funk represents the citizens of the Funkmosphere. Headquartered in the Culver City section of L.A., dãm (pronounced: 'Dame' as in Damon) spent the last few years cultivating a musical renaissance rooted in the early-'80s styles known as Boogie, Modern Soul and Electro-Funk. As a DJ/selector, dãm attracts the most discerning Boogie Funk afficionados within driving distance of his storied Monday-night Funkmosphere parties. But it's not just collectors at the bar toasting to the melodic sounds.
Legowelt is the name under which Danny Wolfers (aka Danny Blanco) releases most of his music. The music is a hybrid form of slam jack electronix combined with deep chicago trax, obscure & romantic ghetto technofunk, EuroHorror Soundtracks, Italo disco and such. Other aliases under which Danny Wolfers has produced records include Africa Jet Band, Catnip (with Luke Eargoggle), The Chicago Shags, Legowelt vs.
Ben Lost spent the best part of his teenage years fronting a couple of glam punk bands, getting his kicks from all the boyish perks that came with it and enjoying brief 'fame' with some national radio play (Radio One), magazine articles (The NME, Melody Maker, The Guardian and Just 17) plus a few naughty gossip column inches, courtesy of the UK music press. When the band disbanded, Ben started a career as a successful club dj and fronted a handful of projects, including The Young Parisians and The Remote (Global Underground).
Andreas Kleerup is a record producer, drummer, and member of the Swedish group 'The Meat Boys' hailing from Stockholm, Sweden. His first mainstream collaboration was as the producer of fellow Swedish artist Robyn's #1 UK single With Every Heartbeat. He wrote and produced the song Lay Me Down with Cyndi Lauper for her 2008 album Bring Ya to the Brink.
1. Bill Laswell in slow meditative ambient Dub mode. Personnel include Gabe Gatz from Blind Idiot God and DJ Spooky, as well as Bill Laswell alumni Nicky Skopelites, Lilli Haydn, Tetsu Inoue and Robert Musso. 2. Electro-punk outfit from the Pacific Northwest comprised of Okibi and Steeve B. They combine a number of industrial, noise, pop, and post-punk elements into a danceable and eclectic mix of politics, story-telling, and the occult.
His album THE ABSOLUTE due for release 2012.
Mozez is perhaps best known as the singer for the British down tempo group Zero 7.
His first major break came in 1996 as part of the duo Spirits, which brought hits that included ‘Don’t Bring Me Down’ and ‘Spirit Inside’.
He was recruited by Zero 7 and worked on their first two albums, ‘Simple Things’ and ‘When It Falls’. His debut solo album ‘So Still’ came out in October 2005, a soulful album that became an international success working with Madonna producer Guy Sigsworth, and collaborations with Nightmares On Wax and Henry Binns of Zero 7.
Digitalism is a German dance duo, founded in 2004 in Hamburg, Germany, consisting of Jens "Jence" Moelle and İsmail "Isi" Tüfekçi. They are signed to French label Kitsuné Music and have released four singles to date: "Idealistic", "Zdarlight", "Jupiter Room", and "Pogo". Jens likens Digitalism's songs to simple chapters in a complex novel about social interaction and attraction, with distorted bass lines and thumping rhythms comprising the punctuation.