Ripped from Kutski's myspace:
Hey!! Im a DJ from the UK, Im mainly known for spinning underground hard dance and hardcore, but Im heavily influenced by turntablist / hip hop culture. I've been spinning since I was about 14 and have played all the major events within my musical span, ranging from hard dances biggest brand clubs, while still maintaining support and loyalty from the underground club scene, which is still where I am best suited.
DJ Spen - legendary DJ, songrwiter, producer, and remix master of soulful and inspirational house music. Spen began his career at the age of 13, producing mix shows for WEBB AM in Baltimore. Even at that young age, Spen founded one of the area's first hip hop production groups, the Numarx. In 1986 they wrote and recorded a track called Girl You Know It's True, which was later covered and made famous by Milli Vanilli.
Born on the 3rd of April 1970 in Amsterdam, Marco Greven began spinning records at the tender age of 15. His musical tastes are eclectic, from Mantronix, Boogie Down Productions to U2, Depeche Mode and The Talking Heads....In 1988 he started spinning Acid-House, and branched out to varying styles, from New York house to Detroit techno and Ambient; and in 1992 finally bought his first set of Technics SL-1200's, and thus began a DJ career. DJ Griff has been on and off the turntables for over 20 years now.
Mark Maitland is one of the most proactive hard house/techno DJ’s in the North East of England. With initial breakthrough bookings in and around Newcastle, he quickly expanded onto a national platform. With residencies at Promise, Come Together and backing from hard house label Energy UK. Mark Maitland has all off a sudden become notable face on the Hard Dance circuit. With dates that have included “Godkitchen’s” mighty Arena tour in 2004, “Vicious Circle” and “Frantic” rooms @ Come Together Events, “GoodGreef” @ Tall Trees, and Newcastle infamous “Quality”.
Trevor Beresford Romeo OBE, known as Jazzie B, is a DJ and music producer. He is a founding member of the musical group Soul II Soul. He is mainly credited for producing and vocal dialogue. In 1990, Soul II Soul picked up two Grammys. Jazzie was given the keys to seven cities in the U.S., including Los Angeles, California and New York. Jazzie B has not only produced for Soul II Soul, but he has also produced and remixed tracks for The Fine Young Cannibals, Incognito, Maxi Priest, James Brown, Kym Mazelle...
Carl Brown has made loads of music. The first to be available to people he hasn't met in person is "The Luminaries Must Be Destroyed" EP, put out by TheCentrifuge.co.uk and Acroplane.org (go and download it for free). He has played at many nights in East Anglia, and a few further afield, at Bangface and a Planet Mu event. His music ranges from melodic IDM to Jungle and Comedy Gabber (He is the creator of Tesco Value Gabba, popular with the Bangface crowd). He is currently (June 09) working on a number of projects encompassing Jazz, Prog-rock and Comedy Gabber.